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A note printed at the end of a book or section of a book.
- ‘Please use endnotes rather than footnotes for documentation and ensure there are no embedded notes or figures within the document.’
- ‘The letters are presented in chronological order with accompanying annotations coming within endnotes.’
- ‘Footnotes and endnotes contain either explanations, citations or both.’
- ‘I would have preferred to see some endnotes or footnotes and a subject index as well.’
- ‘Considerations of space have in some cases required me to shorten endnotes, remove textual notes, and delete illustrations.’
- ‘The commentary has footnotes throughout and the endnotes provide useful references for further study.’
- ‘This clearly written and solidly researched work would have been enhanced by footnotes or more extensive endnotes.’
- ‘I decided while reading the first 200 pages to check endnotes and citations.’
- ‘The book includes 185 pages of text and 35 pages of endnotes, so that the notes are available for the reader, but do not intrude on the text.’
- ‘Endnotes containing an extensive resource list of books and articles are included.’
- ‘Third, an 11 page section of endnotes is included to explain abbreviations or items in the text that require further clarification.’
- ‘I should say that I highly prefer footnotes to endnotes, unless the chapter or book is very short.’
- ‘In fact, fully half of the book's pages are devoted to endnotes, although these seem to include references to every book and article she came across during her research.’
- ‘Unfortunately, even where a study or claim is noted, the majority of the references in the endnotes section are in Norwegian and untranslated.’
- ‘McManus wrote extensive footnotes and endnotes while preparing the book.’
- ‘There are 24 pages of densely packed endnotes in small print.’
- ‘Those who want to do additional research will find an index and detailed bibliography, but no footnotes or endnotes.’
- ‘This manifests itself most obviously in the absence of footnotes or endnotes, making the book subject to the usual advantages and disadvantages of this form of presentation.’
- ‘Many readers, like this reviewer, will stumble on the fact that there are endnotes only at quite a late stage in reading the book.’
- ‘The endnotes of the book should be very useful for the earnest scholar.’
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