The first paragraph should have- the title of the book capitalized, the author, the publisher and date of publication – somewhere in it.
When using words directly from the book even if is just a few words such as “ a myriad of specialists” (p.71)[ in the book use the quotes.
The book your are reading is a NON- FICTION BOOK NOT NOVEL so do not say “ this novel…”; and the title of book gets underlined throughout the paper..
When you are paraphrasing a chapter or parts of the chapter, always identify it – such as- In chapter 1, “Resurrectionist”, Chen brings out the point that …-then at the end of that paraphrasing you should put the pages you have summed up (pp.1-34).
If words seem like common words to you but the author has them in italics, you should as well; if they are particular words that the author uses to stress a point, even if they are common words, put them in quotes – ex. Pinter says that “industrial mechanics for tweets” (p.45) are more common now than twenty years ago.
When using direct quotes, always make sure to have the page numbers following the quote.
Make sure you let the reader know whose ideas you are using. If it is the author’s from the book, cite the pages ( as stated before); if more than 3 words from the text are used in a row, put them in quotes and cite the pages;even when you are disagreeing with the author and use specific paraphrased points from the book, cite the pages.
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