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In Pale Fire, the footnotes are ostensibly commentary Author: Jeff Somers. Book published in both printed and electronic forms (N.B.: be sure that it is clear which form was consulted; however, there is no need to indicate “paper” in a citation to a traditional bound book) Footnote: 2. Philip B.
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The e-book hasn’t killed the book; instead, it’s killing the “page.”. I plan someday to write a scholarly article consisting of a single sentence and a twenty-page footnote.” ― Jeffrey L. Staley, Reading with a Passion: Rhetoric, Autobiography, and the American West in.
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