Referencing Styles

A guide to the reference styles used at the University of St Andrews

Translated works

When the source you have used is a translation, treat the translator as the author, include the descriptive label "translator" in the cited works list reference only.

In-text-citation:  (Surname page number)


(Rabassa 76).

Works cited reference - includes core elements:

  1. Translator surname, first names followed by the descriptive label translator
  2. Title of Source.
  3. Title of Container,
  4. Other contributors, (ie the author of the original work, preceeded by the word "By")
  5. Versions,
  6. Number,
  7. Publisher,
  8. Publication date, 
  9. Location.


Rabassa, Gregory, translator. One Hundred Years of Solitude. By Gabriel García Márquez, Penguin, 2007, London.