Answered By: Nazlin Bhimani
Last Updated: Nov 30, 2018     Views: 2

I am not sure what referencing style you are using but the general rule is to follow the full bibliographic record of the current source with the original citation using the phrase 'Reprinted from....  So for a book it would look like this:

Seaman, D. (1998). The king of the truth. London: B.Y. Jove. (Original work published 1945).

And for a journal article, it would look like this:

Hyland, K. & Tse, P. (2007). Is there an "academic vocabulary"? TESOL Quarterly 41 (2), 235-253. Reprinted in ....

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