Answered By: Kathryn Park
Last Updated: May 13, 2015     Views: 102

GVRL eBooks actually provide an accurate citation at the bottom of every page. You do need to make sure you format it with a hanging indent, as with all your citations on your References page.

The only exception is when you are citing from the criticism section of one of the literature eBooks such as Short Stories for Students or Poetry for Students that has criticism from another source. In those cases simply put the criticism source information in front of the citation you find at the bottom of the page, connecting the two with Rpt. in.

Here is an example, with the original source information in red (the criticism) and the GVRL information from the bottom of the page in blue. In black is Rpt. in with which you connect the two sources.


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