maddyj2003
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I am making notes on a critical/literary book (the Cambridge introduction to Virginia Woolf) for my eng lit related epq. If I want to reference a quotation from her diaries/letters (which i haven't directly read) that i find in the book, am i allowed to just reference wherever it says they are from, or should i reference this book? Am I even allowed to use these critic's chosen quotations or is that plagiarism? (i am planning on using either numeric or Mrha referencing).
My centre coordinator said to avoid double referencing but idk if this is it.
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Referencing the book should be fine on it’s own just make sure to say something in your EPQ where it says the author quoted it e.g author quoted ‘…’
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