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A note at the end of an article, chapter, or book that comments on or cites a reference for a designated part of the text.
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(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) a note at the end of a section of writing
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a note, added at the end of a text.
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The endnotes compare panels in the graphic novel to some of Monet's works, explaining references that the reader may have missed.
One can begin approaching this monumental achievement by way of numbers, as Perry Link and Carla Nappi have done: five volumes, nearly 2,500 pages covering 100 chapters, accompanied by 567 pages of over 4,400 endnotes, published over exactly twenty years (the hardcover edition of the first volume appeared in 1993) and bearing the fruits of twenty-five years of research and teaching before that.
A noticeable feature of the book is its employment of endnotes. In some 100 pages of text there are 666 endnotes (cf.
For the second edition, she has updated references, incorporated material she has integrated into her own teaching, and moved endnotes to chapter endnotes.
The poems are supported by fascinating endnotes and a colorful and engrossing author preface.
For example, Bates went through a particular article by Daioleslam where Parsi and NIAC had cited endnotes as proof of bias.
Renumber all 32 existing endnotes to now be notes 3 to 34.
* Any references discussed in the text must be cited at the end of the article as endnotes. Do not, however, use the endnote/footnote function in Microsoft Word.
When publishers started getting lazy and changed footnotes into endnotes, that was bad enough.
Articles should be no more than 8,000 words, including abstract and endnotes. Review essays should also be no more than 8,000 words and cover no fewer than three academic works and one primary document.
A final reason that it is difficult to evaluate Vincelette's book has to with his endnotes. The book consists of 250 pages of text plus 160 pages of endnotes.
The reader should be sure to check the endnotes, for it is there (rather than in the basic text) that Prados directly takes on the revisionists.