# [texhax] (no subject)

Rik Kabel context at rik.users.panix.com
Fri May 1 23:37:25 CEST 2015

Hefferon, James S. <jhefferon <at> smcvt.edu> writes:

>
>
> Hello,
>
> I'm looking for a certain citation style and having trouble finding it in
LaTeX.  I'd appreciate a pointer if
> anyone has one.
>
> In some books (for instance in Donald's bio of Lincoln) the citations are not
in the text body, so there is no
> [1]-type notation after the sentence.  Instead, at the back back of the book
is a list, which contains for
> any citation a couple of words from the referenced sentence and then the
source.
>
> For instance, suppose there appears on page 100 a paragraph containing, "His
legs were so long and his pants
> so short that soldiers could see his hairy ankles above his socks."  In the
back of the book the citations
> come as a list, and one item on that list might be, "\textit{soldiers could
see} OR, C Dunkin, p 1031."
>
> Is there a LaTeX style for that?  Ideal would be if in the page header
containing that citation it gave a page
> range for the citations, perhaps here "Pages 98-103" or perhaps "Chapter Two".
>
> Thank you,
> Jim

The memoir class includes this capability in its \pagenote implementation.

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Rik Kabel