Citing your References in the mhra style



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Bibliography format: Lastname, Firstname, ‘Play Title’, in Collection Title (Place of publication: Publisher, Year) 
For example:

Kane, Sarah, ‘Crave’, in Complete Plays (London: Methuen Drama, 2001)

If there is an editor: Lastname, Firstname, Play Title in Collection Title, ed. by Firstname Lastname (Place of publication: Publisher, Year) 
For example:

Heywood, Thomas, ‘A Woman Killed with Kindness’, in Renaissance Drama: An Anthology of Plays and Entertainments, 2nd edn, ed. by Arthur F. Kinney (Oxford: Blackwell, 2005) 

‘The Tragedy of Master Arden of Faversham’, in Renaissance Drama: An Anthology of Plays and Entertainments, 2nd edn, ed. by Arthur F. Kinney (Oxford: Blackwell, 2005) 





2.4 Journal and newspaper articles

2.4.1 How to cite a journal article – print and electronic

General rules:

  • PDF articles from e-journals can be referenced in the same way as articles from print journals. You may choose to include online details at the end of the reference: add the URL or DOI of the resource details in angle brackets  and the date accessed in square brackets [accessed day month year]. If the article is only available as a Web page, you must include the URL and date accessed. 

  • Put the article title in single quotation marks and journal title in italics. The titles of works of literature occurring within article titles should be italicized or placed within double quotation marks, to differentiate.

  • Include page range of journal article but just use the numbers - don’t use pp. Specify page cited in footnote references. Where an online journal does not have page numbers, you need to include the location of passage cited (in round brackets). 





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