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Why do we include the names of book publishers in the Bibliography section? I don't see why it's necessary. I use the John Updike entry as a general guide for formatting and content of Canadian writer entries. I'm happy to be corrected. Any comments on this? Standard format in the Bibliography section should be Title (year). Order should be old to new. Sjgauer (talk) 14:54, 14 October 2011 (UTC)