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When citing a book that has been reprinted you should use the date of the book you used in the reference list, adding the date of the original work at the end of the citation. See the APA Style Blog for reference list examples: (http://blog.apastyle.org/apastyle/2010/01/the-generic-reference-when.html). The in text version should include both dates: (Sartre, 1956/1992).
When citing a multivolume work that has been published over the course of a number of years, use the date range as the publication date in both the in text citation and reference list: (Smith, 1999-2006).