Citing your References in the mhra style

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Bibliography format: Lastname, Firstname, ‘Chapter Title’, in Book Title, ed. by Firstname Lastname (Place of publication: Publisher, Year), pp. x-xx .

For example:

Leach, Nathaniel, ‘Mary Shelley and the Godwinian Gothic: Matilda and Mandeville’, in Mary Shelley: Her Circle and Her Contemporaries, ed. by L. Adam Mekler and Lucy Morrison (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars, 2010), pp. 63-82

Things to remember:

  • Use this format when you are referencing a book section by one author which appears in a collection edited by someone else. The bibliography needs to be arranged alphabetically by author surname, so always reverse the name of the chapter author in the bibliography reference.

  • Put chapter title in single quotation marks and the book title in italics. Use book title as it appears on the title page.

  • If the title of the chapter includes works of literature, these should be italicized or placed within double quotation marks to differentiate, for example "Hamlet", or Macbeth.

  • Include page range of chapter in the form ‘pp.’ in both footnote and bibliography references. Specify page cited in footnote references only.

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