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As an answer the brief’s call for the establishment of ‘ornamental waters’, the Griffins added a reconfiguration of the river to his plan, remodelling it to a sequence of basins and lakes, now know as lake Burley Griffin. (cf. Vernon 2006, p. 134 et seq.)
Weller, R 2002, 'Mapping the Nation', in D Reed (ed.), Tangled destinies : National Museum of Australia, Images Pub. Group, Mulgrave, Vic., pp. 124-37.
Hi. I'm a bit confused, what to use, when I cite something and the quote goes over variouse pages (can also be a indirect quote).
What do I use, et seq. or p.?
-> i wouldn't know, how to use pp. in case no.1 -> am I right in the assuption, that pp. is only for the whole reference of an article like in no.2?