Citing your References in the mhra style

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Citing your references in the MHRA Style:
A guide for English Literature, Drama & Creative Writing students

MHRA is a referencing style produced by the Modern Humanities Research Association. It’s the required referencing style for students of English Literature, Drama and Creative Writing. Use this guide or the online version at to check how the style works and how to reference specific kinds of sources.

If you have a query that isn't covered in the Library guides, check the full MHRA Style Guide V3.1 available at:

Printed versions of the MHRA Style Guide (3rd edn, 2013) are available in Headington Library at 808.02/MOD.

For further help with referencing, check with your tutor or contact the Librarian for English and Drama, Joanna Cooksey.
1. How the MHRA referencing style works

When writing essays or dissertations you may need to refer to a variety of sources – literary texts, books, journal articles etc. – in the body of your work. Always cite the original source if you are providing a direct quotation or where you’re drawing on someone else’s ideas e.g. ‘Eagleton’s theory is that…’

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