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University of Divinity Style Guide

Book with two or three authors

Book with two or three authors (CMOS 14.23)

Rule for notes            

First name Surname and First name Surname, Title of Book in Italics (Place of publication: Publishers, Year published), page number.

Example of note entry

Bill Ashcroft, Frances Devlin-Glass and Lyn McCredden, Intimate Horizons: The Post-Colonial Sacred in Australian Literature (Hindmarsh, SA: Australian Theological Forum Press, 2009), 24.

Example of subsequent note entry

Ashcroft, Devlin-Glass and McCredden, Intimate Horizons, 42.

Rule for bibliography

Surname, First name, First name Surname. Title of Book in Italics. Place of publication: Publisher, Year published.

Example of bibliography entry

Ashcroft, Bill, Frances Devlin-Glass and Lyn McCredden. Intimate Horizons: The Post-Colonial Sacred in Australian Literature. Hindmarsh, SA: Australian Theological Forum Press, 2009.

For books written or edited by four or more authors, list all names in the bibliography, but in the note list only the first author and the abbreviation et al. For example: Lee Jones, et al.