Answered By: Victoria Ganguli
Last Updated: May 12, 2015     Views: 1816

Learn how to format your paper and create a works cited list in Chicago style by clicking here:

A quick note on Chicago style guides: Interpreting a citation guide to Chicago style can be confusing! Unlike APA or MLA formats, Chicago style uses footnotes or endnotes, plus a bibliography. So citation guide examples will always be given in pairs: one for the endnote or footnote (it will start with a number), and a very similar, unnumbered citation below it - this one is to be used in the bibliography.

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