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||Please follow the examples below when referencing a work:
NIETZSCHE, F. The Birth of Tragedy and Other Writings.. Edited by Raymon Geuss and Ronald Speirs. Translated by Ronald Speirs. Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1999, p. 22.
WOODRUFF, P. “Aristotle on Mimesis”. In: RORTY, A. O. (org.) Essays on Aristotle’s Poetics. Princeton: Princeton University, 1992.
||For recurring quotations you may use the following expressions:
NIETZSCHE, F. Op. cit., p. 22.
(same work last quoted from this author)
Idem. The Birth of Tragedy and Other Writings.. Edited by Raymon Geuss and Ronald Speirs. Translated by Ronald Speirs. Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1999, p. 22.
(same author as in previous note, but different work)
Ibidem, p. 22.
(same author and same work as in previous note)
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