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Re: [vox] [OT] question about citing authors


The official way to do this (back when I was writting undergraduate
research papers WAY back in the mid-90s) was like this.

Haxtor, Adam et al.

et. al. is the abbreviated form of a latin phrase meaning _And Everyone_


On Fri, 28 Jun 2002, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:

> i'm working on the lugod library database and have a few questions about
> citing authors.
> suppose i have a book 'Guerr Oyvaq Zvpr' written by Adam Haxtor.  i can
> cite the author as
>    Haxtor, Adam
> and that looks good.
> if it had been written by Adam Haxtor, Kitty Root and Jules Leet, how
> does one cite the authors?   this looks awkward to me:
>    Haxtor, Adam, Root, Kitty and Leet, Jules
> what's the best way to cite these 3 authors?
> also, if a book is written by Ned T. Ether Jr. i can cite the author as:
>    Ether Jr., Ned T.
> is that correct?
> pete
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