1. The Byzantine Bandit

    The Byzantine Bandit New Member

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    Help with Turabian Citations

    Discussion in 'Word Mechanics' started by The Byzantine Bandit, Mar 29, 2014.

    Hi everyone,

    I'm doing a critical book review for a history class and found a scholarly review I'd like to cite on our library's database. It includes all the publication information from the original journal the article is from.

    However, the text of the article isn't available on the database. I found a library website that has the text of the article, but doesn't have the original publication information. How do I cite the article?

    My idea was to take the publication information from my library's database, then put "Rpt. in" and give the other library's website's name. Does that work?

    Thanks!
     
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    So you know all the info on the article, and you found the e-version of it which lacks that same info? Was the article published anywhere else? And what info is available with the e-version?
     

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