I am trying to quote four different articles from the same edited volume, and endnote writes the same information–name of the authors of the edited book, its title, publisher, year, four times in the same footnote. I copy an example for clarification. Is there a way to omit this information after the first citation? I know one can omit the author and date by editing an individual citation, but is there a way to cut the editors of an edited book in citations repeated within the same footnote? I entered the original reference under book section. Is there a better way to categorize it? I’d be very grateful for any leads. Cristina
Belenson, “Kino-Eye by Dziga Vertov (2),” 107, Vertov, “The Artistic Drama and Kino-Eye,” 106-7. Dziga Vertov, “An Answer to Five Questions,” in Lines of Resistance: Dziga Vertov and the Twenties, ed. Yuri Tsivian (Gemona: Le Giornate del Cinema Muto, 2004), 95, ———, “An Introductory Speech before a Showing of the First Part of Kino-Eye,” in Lines of Resistance: Dziga Vertov and the Twenties, ed. Yuri Tsivian (Gemona: Le Giornate del Cinema Muto, 2004), 103.