Answered By: Steven Profit
Last Updated: Jan 24, 2017     Views: 18

Multiple Notes for the Same Source

If two notes for the same source follow one right after the other, you may use the abbreviation "Ibid." Latin for "in the same place," Ibid. should be written with a period, a comma, and the page number followed by a period. If the note refers to the same source and page number, no page number is necessary. In these following three notes, the first is a full note, the second is a note referring to the same source, different page number, and third refers to the same source, same page number.

8. Nicole Mones, The Last Chinese Chef (Boston: Houghton, 2007), 89.

9. Ibid., 90.

10. Ibid.

--from Illinois Valley Community College

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