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tufte-book modifies the \cite-command heavily, you can turn this behavior off, using the nobib-option: \documentclass[titlepage, a4paper, twoside, justified, nobib]{tufte-book} In order to get natbib working, you have to call and configure it manually: \usepackage{natbib} \setcitestyle{authoryear} You also have to use plainnat instead of plain: ...


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The .bbl file is meant to be built by a program such as bibtex or biber. Running one of these programs will overwrite the file. However running just pdflatex will not. Writing a .bbl yourself, is not how to use bibtex. You should put the data in a .bib file in the syntax bibtex expcets, see the useful Tame the Beast document. For example, your entry ...


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If it's the plain bibliography style you wish to modify to enable it to print the contents of the annotate field, you could proceed as follows: Find the file plain.bst in your TeX distribution. Make a copy of this file, calling the copy (say) plainannotate.bst. (Don't edit a file from the TeX distribution directly.) Open the file plainannotate.bst in a ...


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For me \renewcommand\refname{\textbf{Reference}} works. EDIT: Centered \renewcommand\refname{\begin{center} \textbf{Reference} \end{center}}



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