Answered By: Erin McDaniel
Last Updated: May 13, 2015     Views: 33

GVRL eBooks do not provide Chicago style citations, unfortunately. However, I can provide you with resources to help you accomplish this.

You can use Son of Citation Machine, linked below, to generate a citation. Double check that it's correct; you will still be responsible for the final product. 

Below, also find links to the Chicago Style site.

Purdue Owl has a great online guide, which I have included. 

Often, the hardest part to creating a citation is identifying the type of source "in hand". In this case, this is a chapter in an eBook.

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