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    can anyone tell me how can i cite this informations
    Author: Koht, Halvdan
    Title: Ibsen, Henrik Johan (1828-1906)
    Editor(s) of Volume: Bédé, Jean-Albert; Edgerton, William B.
    Title of volume: Columbia Dictionary of Modern European Literature
    Publication: New York; Guildford: Columbia University Press, 1980. xxi, 895 p.
    Source: Literature Online

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    Halvdan, J. (1980). Ibsen, Henrik Johan (1828 - 1906). New York. Columbia University Press.

    Your page number goes through the essay like so: (Ibsen, 1980, p. 31). By the way, if you're using Word 07, click on "references" and then "insert citation" for a much easier means of adding sources to your essay. Word does everything for you, including creating the bibliography once you enter the details after clicking "insert citation" and then select "bibliography" and chose which of the two versions you want. It'll either entitle it "bibliography" or "works cited". Your teacher will tell you which one they prefer.
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