bibtex: non-standard years like 1814--1815 (natbib)

bibtex: non-standard years like 1814--1815 (natbib)

Post by Michael Fr » Tue, 08 Nov 2005 04:49:12

I'm writing documents that cite works with non-standard years, like
1814--1815 (a work publised in pieces over a period of time),
or with an original date and a republished date, like [1682] 1954,
and other oddities.

When I used, with natbib, \cite{Foo:1814}

author = {Foo, Bar},
year = {1814--1815},

I get 'Foo(4 15)' in the text, but Foo(1814--1815) in the references.
I also tried
year = {{1814--1815}},

with the same result. Is there any way to correct this, or a convention
for such non-standard dates?

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