What you need to include, and types of books
- Components of a book reference
- Sample - Print Book
- Sample - E-book
- Punctuation and format of a reference
|Editor(s) / Translator(s)|
|Format / Platform|
First footnote citation:
2. Richard Thomson, Phillip Dennis Cate and Mary Weavin Chapin, Toulouse-Lautrec and Montmartre.(Washington DC: National Gallery of Art in association with Princeton University Press, 2005), p. 42.
Subsequent footnote citation:
3. Thomson, Cate and Weavin, p. 82.
Richard Thomson, Phillip Dennis Cate, and Mary Weavin Chapin. Toulouse-Lautrec and Montmartre (Washington DC: National Gallery of Art in association with Princeton University Press, 2005)
William A.Shack, Harlem in Montmartre: a Paris jazz story between the wars (Berkeley: University of California, 2001), University Press Scholarship Online
- Authors are given as First name Surname
- For multiple authors follow the advice the Author Rules tab
- First citations provide the full reference, subsequent use of the same source requires a shortened citation
- The first author / editor name is given as First name Surname
- Second and subsequent author / editor names are given in the format of First Name Surname
- For multiple authors follow the advice in the Author Rules tab, paying attention to the use of commas after each authors name, and the word 'and' before the last author
- Title is always italicised, and given in full
- Location is always followed with a ":"
- Date follows the place and publisher
- For E-books provide details of the format or platform the ebook was found on.
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