How to cite a translated book in Harvard UoB format
Works that have been translated from the original language have to
include information about the translator as well as the usual
In text citation:
Citing a direct quote from a translated book
In his classic work, Freud (1899, p. 11) claimed he could "elucidate the
processes which underlie the strangeness and obscurity of dreams".
Paraphrasing from a translated book
Freud examined the unconscious forces through analysing dreams (Freud, 1899).
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| The elements which should be included in your bibliography/reference lists are :|
(i) Author (surname followed by initials)
(ii) Year (in round brackets)
(iii) Book title (in italics)
(iv) Translated by (name of translator)
(v) Place of publication:
(vii) Year of translation
Freud, S. (1899) The interpretation of dreams. Translated by Joyce Crick. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999.