A guide to the reference styles used at the University of St Andrews
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- Referencing something mentioned in another source (Secondary Referencing)
Where a work is translated, provide the details of the translation you have read, including the original author/editor and the translator(s)
In-text citation: (Author/Editor, Year, p.)
(Garcia-Marquez, 1978, p. 96)
Reference List: Surname, Initial(s). (Year) Title. Translated by Initial. Surname. Edition. Place: Publisher.
Garcia-Marquez, G. (1978) One hundred years of solitude. Translated by G. Rabbasa. London: Pan.
Note the format of the translators name - Initial. Surname.
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