Last modified on 3 January 2014, at 17:31

Template:quote-book


The following documentation is located at Template:quote-book/documentation. [edit]

The following parameters are recommended.

#* {{quote-book|year=...|author=...|title=...|chapter=...|url=...|isbn=...|page=...}}
#*: ...

Reference

Basic parameters

year {{{1}}}
The year of publication
author {{{2}}}
The author (or authors)
title {{{3}}}
The title of the work
url {{{4}}}
A link to an online copy of the work
page pages {{{5}}}
Which page was the citation on

Additional credits

coauthors
Any subordinate authors (otherwise all can be mentioned in author=)
editor
For a unique editor
editors
For multiple editors
publisher
The publisher
quotee
The original source of quote

Details

isbn ISBN
The ISBN of the work.
date
The date (month, and optionally day) of publication
location
Where the book was published
id
Any other identifier ({{LCC}} for example)
genre
What genre is the work.
passage {{{6}}}
The citation itself
translation
The translation for foreign passages.
transliteration
The transliteration for passages in non-Latin script

Pinpointing location

volume
Which volume of the work
volume_plain
Used for volumes that are not called volumes (e.g. "Book II")
chapter
Which chapter within the work
section
Which section of the work (similar to chapter, but for things that should not be in quotation marks. Can be used for numerical chapters (e.g. "XVI" or "Chapter 6"))
pageurl
A link directly to the page containing the quote.

Derived works

edition
To specify a different edition.
original
The original title (if different, for example translated)
type
What kind of derivation was this work (assumes "translation", only used when original is set)
by
Who was the original work by (in the case of a translation or derivative work), the author should be set to the author of the derivative.
year_published
What date was the derivative work (i.e. a 2005 edition of a 1665 work uses year=1665|year_published=2005)

Quoting quotations

quoted_in
Where does this citation come from, if not directly from the work.
quotee
Which author quoted this citation.

Examples

Translation

For a translation at nook and cranny:

#* {{quote-book
|year=1966
|author=Pat Shaw Iversen (tr.)
|chapter=Soup from a Sausage Peg
|title=The Snow Queen and Other Tales
|edition=1st ed.
|original=Fairy Tales
|by={{w|Hans Christian Andersen}}
|page=224
|pageurl=http://books.google.com/books?id=2tjWAAAAMAAJ&q=%22from+your+own+nook+and+cranny%22#search_anchor
|passage=It's strange to come away from home, from your own '''nook and cranny''', to go by ship – which is also a kind of '''nook and cranny''' – and then suddenly be more than a hundred miles away and stand in a foreign land!}}
    • 1966, Pat Shaw Iversen (tr.), “Soup from a Sausage Peg”, in The Snow Queen and Other Tales, edition 1st ed., translation of Fairy Tales by Hans Christian Andersen, page 224:
      It's strange to come away from home, from your own nook and cranny, to go by ship – which is also a kind of nook and cranny – and then suddenly be more than a hundred miles away and stand in a foreign land!

Quoted quotation

For a quoted quotation at any nook or cranny:

#* {{quote-book
|year=1893
|author={{w|David George Ritchie}}
|quotee={{w|Andrew Seth}}
|title=Hegelianism and Personality
|edition=2nd ed. (1893; 1st ed. 1887), note p. 213
|quoted_in=''Darwin and Hegel''
|year_published=1893
|section=chapter "II. Darwin and Hegel", note 1
|page=72
|pageurl=http://books.google.com/books?id=8yGEAHvAwiIC&q=%22An+absolute+system+cannot+afford+to+leave+any+nook+or+cranny+of+existence+unexplored%22#search_anchor
|passage=An absolute system cannot afford to leave '''any nook or cranny''' of existence unexplored.
}}
    • 1893, David George Ritchie quoting Andrew Seth, Hegelianism and Personality, edition 2nd ed. (1893; 1st ed. 1887), note p. 213, quoted in Darwin and Hegel, published 1893, chapter "II. Darwin and Hegel", note 1, page 72:
      An absolute system cannot afford to leave any nook or cranny of existence unexplored.

Implementation

Please note that this is just a (relatively) human-friendly way of passing {{reference-book}} to {{cite meta}}, which are principally responsible for this template's output.