How to cite “The edible woman” by Margaret Atwood

APA citation

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Atwood, M. (1980). The edible woman. Virago Press.

Chicago style citation

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Chicago
Atwood, Margaret. 1980. The Edible Woman. London, England: Virago Press.

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Atwood, Margaret. The Edible Woman. Virago Press, 1980.

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TitleThe edible woman
Author(s)Margaret Atwood
Year of publication1980
PublisherVirago Press
City of publicationLondon, England
ISBN9780860681298