How to cite “The origin of species” by Charles Darwin
Formatted according to the APA Publication Manual 7th edition. Simply copy it to the References page as is.
Darwin, C. (2011). The origin of species. William Collins.
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Formatted according to the Chicago Manual of Style 17th edition. Simply copy it to the References page as is.
Darwin, Charles. 2011. The Origin of Species. Collins Classics. London, England: William Collins.
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Darwin, Charles. The Origin of Species. William Collins, 2011.
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|Title||The origin of species|
|Year of publication||2011|
|City of publication||London, England|