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Publication 313 By Andie on Monday, June 3, 2002 at 06:07   
Location: United States   Registered: Monday, June 3, 2002  Posts: 1    Search for other posts by Andie Search   Quote
I need it for a research paper
It is on William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar
I also quoted the commentary and it was written by Diana Sweeney.

I don't know how to write it please help!! >_<

Publication 314 By absent-minded on Monday, June 3, 2002 at 09:04   
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Here is an example

Andie White, Julius Ceasar Cliffnotes, Boston 1995.

If Andie White is not the author - e.g. several authors cooperated for the work - then you mention the editor:

Andie White [ed.], Julius Ceasar Cliffnotes, Boston 1995.

To quote an excerpt at your footnotes :

cf. Diana Sweeney, "Shakespeare and war", in: Andie White [ed.], Julius Ceasar Cliffnotes, Boston 1995, p. 65.

If you don't know any of these information you omit it. E.g. if you don't know the editor

Julius Ceasar Cliffnotes, Boston 1995 [No editor information given].

If your text is published on the web, you mention the web address:

Julius Ceasar Cliffnotes, www.thepublisher.com, [No editor information given].

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