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Harvard Book Reference Generator

Using this simple referencing tool you can create a Harvard Book Reference in a couple of clicks.

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Enter the full title of the book

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Enter the year the book was published in YYYY format. If you only know the year of Copyright then enter a "c" before the year eg: c2015

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Enter the edition number of the book. You can leave this blank if it is 1st / first or if you do not know the edition

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Click the button below to generate your Harvard Book Reference and In-line Citation. Don't worry, you can come back and edit the reference if you need to correct or add any information

Example Harvard References for Printed Material

Example book reference

Tolkien, J.R.R. (1954). Lord of the Rings. 2nd Ed. England: Houghton Mifflin.

Example In-Text Citation for a Book

(Tolkien, 1954)

Example Harvard References for Online Material

Example Online Book reference

Tolkien, J.R.R. (1954). Lord of the Rings. [Online]. 2nd Ed. England: Houghton Mifflin. [12 February 2015]. Available from: http://goodrecom/book/show/33.The_Lord_of_the_Rings

Example In-Text Citation for a Book

(Tolkien, 1954)

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