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Anatomy of a Bibliography


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A bibliographic entry reproduces much of the information found in the footnote, but in a slightly different form. Notice the placement of the last name first, which enables you to alphabetize your bibliography. Never use bullet points or numbers before the entries.

Here are several examples of standard bibliographic form according to the guidelines found in Turabian (2007).

 

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