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How to cite and reference translated works
Where a work has an original author or editor and has been translated, you need to include the details of the Author/Editor and the Translator in the footnote and the bibliography.
Note Number. First Name Surname of Author, Title, trans. by First name Surname (Place: Publisher, Year), p. xx.
3. Gabriel García Márquez, One hundred years of solitude, trans. by Gregory Rabassa (London: Penguin, 2007), p. 143.
Subsequent citation in footnote:
Note Number. Author Surname, p. xx.
8. García Márquez, p. 122.
Entry in a bibliography:
Surname, First name, Title, trans. by First name Surname of translator (Place, Publisher, Year)
García Márquez, Gabriel, One hundred years of solitude, trans. by Gregory Rabassa (London: Penguin, 2007)
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