Referencing books in essays

The "author-date" method of parenthetical referencing is sometimes referred to as the "Harvard style" or the "Harvard system", so named after it was first used in a paper on "the embryogenesis of the garden slug" published by "the eminent zoologist Edward Laurens Mark (1847–1946), Hersey professor of anatomy and director of Harvard's zoological laboratory until his retirement in 1921", in which Mark included an author-date citation in parentheses on page 194. [1] The "author-date" method was later attributed to him and named after Harvard, though it never became affiliated officially with that university.

Referencing books in essays

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