Endnotes Part Two



When quoting from published books, the author's name should come first, followed by the book's title, the name of the publishing company, the city and state of publication, the date of publication, and finally--the page number(s). Also, notice that I give all this information in footnote number 9, but on footnote number 14 I simplify things only giving the author, book title, and page number. Once you've given the complete information for a quoted source in your footnotes there will be no need to give the complete information a second time when further quoting the same source.