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Bibliographic Citation Format

A work in an anthology:

Poem: “A Bird came down the Walk.”
Poet: Dickinson, Emily.
Title of Anthology: The New Oxford Book of American Verse.
Editor: Ed. Richard Ellmann.
Publisher: Oxford University Press,
Place: New York:
Year: 1976.

Correct:
Dickinson, Emily. “A Bird came down the Walk.” The New Oxford Book of American Verse. Ed. Richard Ellmann. New York: Oxford University Press, 1976.

A work by one author:

Title: The Way the Crow Flies.
Year: 2003.
Author: MacDonald, Ann-Marie.
Place: Toronto:
Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf,

Correct:
MacDonald, Ann-Marie. The Way the Crow Flies. Toronto: Alfred A. Knopf, 2003.

A work with an author and editor:

Author: Frere, Sheppard.
Editor: Ed. Felipe Fernández-Armesto.
Publisher: The Folio Society,
Place: London:
Year: 1999.
Title: Britannia: A History of Roman Britain.

Correct:
Frere, Sheppard. Britannia: A History of Roman Britain. Ed. Felipe Fernández-Armesto. London: The Folio Society, 1999.

A Compact Disc

Title: “All That You Ask.”
Artist: Fisher, Archie.
Year: 2003.
Manufacturer: Snow Goose Songs,
CD Title: Sunsets I’ve Galloped Into.

Correct:
Fisher, Archie. “All That You Ask.” Sunsets I’ve Galloped Into. Snow Goose Songs, 2003.

An article in a reference book:

Article: “Conacher, Charles William.”
Reference Book: The Canadian Encyclopedia.
Year: 1985 ed.
Author: Marsh, James.

Correct:
Marsh, James. “Conacher, Charles William.” The Canadian Encyclopedia. 1985 ed.

Here are a combination of sources. You decide the correct format!

Author: Mayle, Peter.
Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf,
Place: New York:
Title: A Good Year.
Year: 2004.

Correct:
Mayle, Peter. A Good Year. New York: Alfred A Knopf, 2004.

Title: “Witness For the Prosecution.”…...

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