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When citing a super similar article in my bibliography, do I just write a whole new citation?

Asked by troubleinharlem (7978points) April 21st, 2011

Here’s what I’ve got:

Wang, Bella. Chazelle, Damien ed. “Trifles Themes”. GradeSaver, 31 August 2009 Web.
19 April 2011. <http://www.gradesaver.com/trifles/study-guide/major-themes/>

and

Wang, Bella. Chazelle, Damien ed. “Trifles Background”. GradeSaver, 31 August 2009.
Web. 21 April 2011. <http://www.gradesaver.com/trifles/study-guide/about/>

Should I combine them in some way, or should I leave it the way that it is?

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SuperMouse's avatar

Site them both individually.

janbb's avatar

I weigh in on citing them separately too.

lillycoyote's avatar

Yes, you have to cite them separately. They’re two entirely different articles so they must be cited separately.

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