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Chin Myth 26/03/2008 10:39:00 How to do Citations in a bibliography: A Book: o Birrell, Anne.   Chinese Mythology, An Introduction.   Baltimore and  London:  Johns Hopkins UP, 1993 o The author is listed family name first o The title of the book is placed in  italics.   Before computer printing,  underscoring  was used in place of italics: Chinese Mythology, An   Introduction.   Nowadays, either italics or underscoring is appropriate. An article in a journal or section of a book: o A book section: Bodde, Derk.  “Myths of Ancient China” Mythologies  of the  Ancient World.   Ed. Samuel Noah Kramer.  Garden City, New  York:  Anchor Doubleday, 1961:  367 – 408. The author is listed family name first. The title of the section of a book is placed in “quotations marks” The book is listed as above (either in  italics  or underscored ) The name of the editor of the book is placed after the title of the  book. The pages of the entire book section are given o An Article: Gjertson, Donald E.  “The Early Chinese Buddhist Miracle Tale:  A Preliminary Survey.”  
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course CHINESE 155 taught by Professor Idk during the Spring '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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