Citations:





Chronological
Alphabetical
Magical
   





Templates:


   



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Historical Dates:

Author, A. [historical dates] (publication date)
Title. ed. Place: Publishers.

(Author [historical dates] publication dates, p X)



Author Plus Editor:
Follow translator

Author, A. (Year) Title. Edited by B. Author.
Place: Publishers.


Author plus editor plus translator:
“list the names in the same order as on
the title page of the original”
(Turabin, 2013, p 167)

Author, A. (Date) Edited by B. Author.
Translated by C. Author. Place: Publishers.
or
Author, A. (date) Edited and translated
by B. Author. Place: Publishers.


*edits*
“edited With an Introduction and Notes by”
or “Translated with a Foreword by”

(Turabin, 2013, p 167)

simplify to:
edited by or translated by


Pseudonym.

Author, A. [pseudonym]. (date) Titles.
Place: Publishers.


Capitalisation of titles:
Capitalise all Titles

Headline Style.
Foreign languages sentence style.



Italics:

Large entities: books and journals: Italics
Smaller entities: chapters and articles: roman
Unpublished works: dissertations: roman type



Historical Translations:

Author, A. (date) Titles. Translated by B.
Author. Place: Publishers. Originally
published as Original title in original
language
(dates) Place: Publishers.





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** Remember **
Page numbers for all quotes, ideas and paraphrasing
Page ranges for chapters in an edited book



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Templates:
Unknown date (guessed)

Author, A. [xxxx?] Title. Place: Publisher.

Citations:
(Author, [date?], X)


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How to cite impressions


Place (State)
Author (date) Title [Format]. Archive