Few Basic Guidelines from Keys for Writers
all endnotes, double-spaced, on a separate numbered page at
the end of your paper.
the notes sequentially, as they appear in the paper.
the first line of each entry three to five spaces.
the author's fist name, not inverted, followed by a comma
and the title of the work.
book titles and put quotation marks around article titles.
a book title with publishing information in parentheses followed
by a comma and the page.
with one author (fist note for a source):
Margaret Crompton, George Eliot: The Woman
Cox and Wyman, 1960), 123.
Reference to the same source, immediately following the
"Ibid." only to refer to exactly the same
author and work as in the previous reference.
2. Ibid., 12
subsequent reference to the same source:
with two or more authors:
4. George Lakoff and Mark Johnson, Metaphors We Live
of Chicago Press, 1980), 22.
in a scholarly journal:
William W. Cook, "Writing in the Spaces Left,"
and Communication 44 (1993): 21.
in a magazine or newspaper:
Marc Cooper, "Arizona: The New Border War,"
Geoffrey Bent, "Vermeer's Hapless Peer," North
(1997), InfoTrac: Expanded Academic ASAP
(8 January 2001).
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