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The title of the series follows the title of the book. If there is an editor or a subsequent edition, note the
position of this information in the next example.
Daly, Jay. Presenting S.E. Hinton. Ed. Patricia J. Campbell. Rev. ed. Twayne’s United
States Authors’ Series. Boston: Twayne, 1989.
Lanson, Gustave. “Moliere and Farce.” Moliere: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed.
Jacques Guicharnaud. Twentieth Century Views. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice, 1964.
20-28.
The above example indicates one is citing an essay by Lanson found on pages 20-28 in the book Moliere: A
Collection of Critical Essays. The book has an editor; in addition, it is one of a series.
INTRODUCTION, PREFACE, FOREWORD, OR AFTERWORD
Use this formation when you want to cite the words from someone other than the author or the editor and
include the page numbers.
Slaff, Dr. Hertram. Foreword. What Happens in Therapy? By Sara Gilbert. New York:
Lothrop, 1982. 11-14.
BOOK HAVING A TITLE WITHIN A TITLE
Lorry, Harris, ed. Interpretations of a “A Rose for Emily.” Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1987.
The title of this book includes the title of a work usually enclosed within quotation marks: the quotation
marks are retained, and the entire title is underlined. “UP” is the accepted abbreviation for “University
Press.”
Hawkes, Terence, ed. Twentieth Century Interpretations of Macbeth: A Collection of
Critical Essays. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1975.
The title of this book contains the name of a work usually underlined. Note that the underlining of the
name Macbeth is omitted in this case.
WORK IN A COLLECTION OR ANTHOLOGY
BY SAME AUTHOR, WITH AN EDITOR
Scott, Sir Walter. “Lady Heron’s Song: Lochinvar.” Anthology of Romanticism. Ed.
Ernest Bernbaum. New York: Ronald Press, 1948. 425-6.
Page numbers are given when citing from collections of literary works.
Scott, Sir Walter. Anthology of Romanticism. Ed. Ernest Bernbaum. New York:
Ronald Press, 1948.
If you use several works from the same anthology, you may cite the entire book without page numbers. If
you need to use internal citations, see the following examples:
BY SAME AUTHOR, WITHOUT AN EDITOR
Thoreau, Henry David. “Civil Disobedience.” Works of Henry David Thoreau. New
York: Avenel, 1981. 416-47.
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