Citing your References in the mhra style

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Footnote format: Firstname Lastname, ‘Poem Title’, in Anthology Title, ed. by Firstname Lastname, edition (Place of publication: Publisher, Year), p. x OR pp. x-xx (p. x), ll. x-xx. 

For example:

Sylvia Plath, ‘Daddy’, in The Norton Anthology of Poetry, ed. by Margaret Ferguson, Mary Jo Salter, and Jon Stallworthy, 5th edn (London: W. W. Norton, 2005), pp. 1840-42, ll. 2-4.
Bibliography format: Editor Lastname, Firstname, and Editor Firstname Lastname, eds, Anthology Title, edition (Place of publication: Publisher, Year) 

For example:

Ferguson, Margaret, Mary Jo Salter, and Jon Stallworthy, eds., The Norton Anthology of Poetry, 5th edn (London: W. W. Norton, 2005)

2.3 Plays

General rules:

  • The bibliography needs to be arranged alphabetically by author surname, so always reverse the name of the playwright in the bibliography reference.

  • If the play is anonymous (as is the case with some older plays), do not use 'Anon.' Instead start the reference with the title of the play.

  • In footnote references only, include act, scene and line numbers if these are available, separated by full stops, as you are citing a specific section of the play. Use lower case roman numerals (e.g. ii) for acts of plays. Use numbers for scenes and lines. Note that unlike references to poems, you do not include ‘l.’ for ‘line’ or ‘ll.’ for ‘lines’. If the play doesn’t have scenes, or if you’re citing the introduction, use page numbers in the form ‘p.’ for ‘page’ or ‘pp.’ for ‘pages’. In the bibliography you are referencing the whole book, so no page or line numbers are needed.

  • Put a full stop at the end of footnote references, but not at the end of bibliography references.

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