How do you cite two footnotes in one sentence?

How do you cite two footnotes in one sentence?

Do not place multiple footnotes at the same point in your text (e.g. 1, 2, 3). If you need to cite multiple sources in one sentence, you can combine the citations into one footnote, separated by semicolons: 1. Hulme, “Romanticism and Classicism”; Eliot, “The Waste Land”; Woolf, “Modern Fiction,” 11.

Do you have to put a footnote after every sentence?

Q. When doing footnotes, do you put a footnote after every sentence, even if two or more consecutive sentences are from the same source and same page? Footnotes should be placed where you need them, not according to a rule. Whenever you can imagine the reader asking “Says who?” you should add a note.

How often should you footnote?

When a footnote must be placed at the end of a sentence, add the number after the period. Numbers denoting footnotes should always appear after punctuation, with the exception of one piece of punctuation3—the dash.

Do footnotes have to be on the same page?

If you have a footnote reference in the very last line of a page, there will not be room for an extra footnote, and both reference and note will have to be carried to the next page.