Posted on February 5, 2013February 19, 2017 by Robert RadfordCiting the Back Cover of a Book F.A.Q. #14 I have a simple question concerning footnotes: how do I cite the back cover of a book (i.e.: what word do I use instead of the page number)? Hope you can help me! Regards, Tove Version française | English version | Multilingual PrintFacebookGoogleTwitterMorePocketLinkedInSkypeEmail Related Footnotes / Endnotes F.A.Q.Citing a Book Written by Numerous Authors Citing the Back Cover of a Book Endnotes' Procedure and Number of References Footnote for a Foreword Footnote Regarding an Expert Author's Paragraph Footnotes and Copyright Protected Documents Footnotes and Direct References Footnotes and Official Letters Footnotes and Punctuation Marks Footnoting a Citation from a Translated Book Numbering and Continuation of Footnotes Positioning of the Number Proper Reference for the Transcription of a Conference Proper Use of the Ibid. Terminology Quoting a Book's Section Written by a Single Author Quoting from a Dictionary Quoting from a Website Reference for a Scholar's Lecture Reference for an Essay Published in a Book with Many Authors Referencing Photos and Pictures Two Footnotes in a Single Sentence Using a Source More Than Once Featuring Top 22/22 of Footnotes / Endnotes F.A.Q.