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|Use FOOTNOTES instead of endnotes.|
• Short quotations (up to 40 words) should be incorporated into the text, using quotation marks (“ ”).
• Longer quotations should be indented without quotation marks and no italics.
1. References within the text and in footnotes
• Abbreviated format should be used, i.e., author + publication year + page number(s).
• If the author’s name is used in the text, there is no need to repeat it in the citation.
Example: ... Owen (1996:27), has downplayed the importance of personal satire...
2. List of bibliographical references: a list should be provided at the end of the paper under the heading “References”.
Please, stick to the following CITATION FORMAT:
• Books: Author’s surname, full name year: Title of the Book. Place of publication: Publisher.
Example: Barber, Charles 1997 (1976). Early Modern English. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
• Edited books: Author’s surname, full name year of modern edition (original edition). Title of the Book. Ed. Name of Editor. Place of publication: Publisher.
Example: Sidney, Philip 1992 (1591). Astrophil y Stella. Ed. Fernando Galván Reula. Madrid: Cátedra.
• Journal articles: Author’s surname, full name year. “Title of the Article.” Journal volume/issue: pages.
Example: Nevalainen, Terttu 2000a. “Gender Differences in the Evolution of Standard English: Evidence from the Corpus of Early English Correspondence.” Journal of English Linguistics 28/1: 38-59.
• Book sections: Author’s surname, full name year. “Title of Book Section.” Ed. Name of editor. Title of the Book. Place of publication: Publisher. Pages.
Example: Snyder, Susan 2001. "The Genres of Shakespeare's Plays." Eds. Margreta de Grazia and Stanley Wells. The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 83-97.
Websites: Author’s surname, full name year. “Title.” Website .
Example: Williams, Andrew P. 1999. “The Centre of Attention: Theatricality and the Restoration Fop.” Early Modern Literary Studies 4/3: 5:1-22 .