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    Hey guys

    following the Harvard referencing system how would I reference an epigraph which has no page number. Would I leave it out?

    So for example usually it would be, Dickens,1897, p 2.
    However the epigraph is on a blank page. Any ideas?
    Thanks in advance!
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    (Original post by lemoncake sucks)
    Hey guys

    following the Harvard referencing system how would I reference an epigraph which has no page number. Would I leave it out?

    So for example usually it would be, Dickens,1897, p 2.
    However the epigraph is on a blank page. Any ideas?
    Thanks in advance!
    Either put 'n.p.' for 'not paginated' or count from the last page number to what page number it would be if it were numbered and put that number in square brackets, i.e. 'p [425]'.
 
 
 
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