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Chicago Manual of Style

Editor or translator in addition to author (Sec. 14.104)

List the author’s name appearing first and the name(s) of the editor(s), compiler(s), or translator(s) after the title, preceded by edited by or ed., compiled by or comp., or translated by or trans. Note that the plural forms eds. and comps. are never used in this position. 

General Format 

 Full Note: 
 1. Author First Name/Initial Surname and others, Book Title: Subtitle,ed./comp./trans.
First Name Surname and others (Place of Publication: Publisher, Year), page #.
 
Example:
1. Miron Białoszewski, A Memoir of the Warsaw Uprising, ed. and trans. Madeline Levine
(Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 1991), 48.   
2. Lawrence Cane, Fighting Fascism in Europe: The World War II Letters of an American
Veteran of the Spanish Civil War, ed. David E. Cane, Judy Barrett Litoff, and David C. Smith (New
York: Fordham University Press, 2003), 65-68.
       
Subsequent Note: 
3. Author Surname et al., Book Title, page #. 
 
Example:
3. Białoszewski, A Memoir of the Warsaw Uprising, 212.
4. Cane, Fighting Fascism in Europe, 144.
 
Bibliography:
Author Surname, First Name/Initial, and Author First Name/Initial Surname. Book Title: Subtitle. 
Edited by/Compiled by/Translated by First Name Surname and others. Place of Publication:
Publisher, Year.
 
Example:
Białoszewski, Miron. A Memoir of the Warsaw Uprising. Edited and translated by Madeline Levine.
Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 1991.
 
Cane, Lawrence. Fighting Fascism in Europe: The World War II Letters of an American Veteran
of the Spanish Civil War. Edited by David E. Cane, Judy Barrett Litoff, and David C. Smith.
New York, NY: Fordham University Press, 2003.