How to reference a book which has an athour, a translator and editor?

I have to reference these 3 books and I have got no idea how, because each of them has an author, an editor (or a contributor), and a translator. As it is stated in the reference guides all of them must be included, however neither of them explains how to reference a book, when it has all three of them.
The Plague by Albert Camus(Penguin Modern Classics).
http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Plague-Penguin-Modern-Classics/dp/0141185139/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1362418898&sr=8-5
As it is written on Amazon’s page this book has Albert Camus (Author), Professor Tony Judt (Introduction), Robin Buss (Translator)

Camus at "Combat": Writing 1944-1947.
http://www.amazon.com/Camus-at-Combat-Writing-1944-1947/dp/069113376X
As it is written on Amazon’s page this book has Albert Camus (Author), Jacqueline Lévi-Valensi (Editor), Arthur Goldhammer (Translator), David Carroll (Introduction).

Between Hell and Reason: Essays from the Resistance Newspaper Combat, 1944-1947
http://www.amazon.com/Camus-at-Combat-Writing-1944-1947/dp/069113376X
This book has Albert Camus (Author), Jacqueline Lévi-Valensi (Editor), Arthur Goldhammer (Translator), David Carroll (Introduction)

So, could, please anyone explain to me how to reference these books (preferably in Harvard format). I hope to receive some specific clear answers rather than something vague and useless.
Thanks.

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