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I'm try to use package which provides the multiple bibliographies first time. Before, I've used just standard thebibliography environment.

Here is the example from bibunits package manual:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{bibunits}
\begin{document}
\begin{bibunit}[plain]
References to the \TeX book \cite{Knuth:1991}
and to Lamport’s \LaTeX\ book, which appears
only in the references\nocite{Lamport:1994}.
\putbib[lit]
\end{bibunit}
\begin{bibunit}[alpha]
A new bibunit with a different style and a cite
of a Postscript tutorial \cite{Adobe:1985}.
\putbib[lit]
\end{bibunit}
\end{document}

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I can't understand one simple thing: where is the describe of book has been writen? (Donald E. Knuth. The TEX book. Addison-Wesley, Reading, Massachusetts, 1991. and others) In the case of the thebibliography environment, it was provided by \bibitem command inside the thebibliography environment, but what in the case of bibunits and similar packages?

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    Do you mean where is the information for each bibliography entry stored? That would be in the .bib file, which looks like it is called lit.bib in your example. If you are unfamiliar with the BibTeX format, you should consider reading Tame the Beast: The B to X of BibTeX. It may be accessible on your computer already via the command texdoc ttb. – jon Feb 28 '14 at 16:07
  • Dear Jon, thanks for info. Yes, I mean the information for each bibliography. I'll typeset it according BibTeX manual. – Gurebu Bokofu Feb 28 '14 at 17:32
  • If biblatex is an option, it makes it a lot easier to produce multiple bibliographies than the methods available with bibtex. At least, so I've found. – cfr Mar 1 '14 at 4:12

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