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Usage[edit]

This template may be used on Wikipedia entry pages to quote Leticia Elizabeth Landon's work Francesca Carrara (1st edition, 1834, 3 volumes). It can be used to create a link to online versions of the work at the Internet Archive:

Parameters[edit]

The template takes the following parameters:

  • |1= or |volume=mandatory: the volume number quoted from in uppercase Roman numerals, from |volume=I to |volume=III.
  • |2= or |chapter= – the chapter number quoted from in uppercase Roman numerals. The chapter number starts from I in each volume.
  • |3= or |page=; or |pages=mandatory in some cases: the page number(s) quoted from. When quoting a range of pages, note the following:
    • Separate the first and last pages of the range with an en dash, like this: |pages=110–111.
    • You must also use |pageref= to specify the page number that the template should link to (usually the page on which the Wiktionary entry appears).
This parameter must be specified to have the template link to an online version of the work.
  • |4=, |text=, or |passage= – a passage quoted from the work.
  • |brackets= – use |brackets=on to surround a quotation with brackets. This indicates that the quotation either contains a mere mention of a term (for example, "some people find the word manoeuvre hard to spell") rather than an actual use of it (for example, "we need to manoeuvre carefully to avoid causing upset"), or does not provide an actual instance of a term but provides information about related terms.

Examples[edit]

  • Wikitext:
    • {{RQ:Landon Francesca Carrara|volume=I|chapter=XVII|page=181|passage=While from their lovely climate, the poets native to their sweet south, the old ruins hallowed with the memories of other days, the lovely paintings, the still diviner statues, which had been their constant companions—the character had imperceptibly caught a tone of romance, calculated long to resist the '''inroads''' of worldliness and deceit.}}; or
    • {{RQ:Landon Francesca Carrara|I|XVII|181|While from their lovely climate, the poets native to their sweet south, the old ruins hallowed with the memories of other days, the lovely paintings, the still diviner statues, which had been their constant companions—the character had imperceptibly caught a tone of romance, calculated long to resist the '''inroads''' of worldliness and deceit.}}
  • Result:
    • 1834, L[eticia] E[lizabeth] L[andon], chapter XVII, in Francesca Carrara. [], volume I, London: Richard Bentley, [], (successor to Henry Colburn), OCLC 630079698, page 181:
      While from their lovely climate, the poets native to their sweet south, the old ruins hallowed with the memories of other days, the lovely paintings, the still diviner statues, which had been their constant companions—the character had imperceptibly caught a tone of romance, calculated long to resist the inroads of worldliness and deceit.
  • Wikitext: {{RQ:Landon Francesca Carrara|volume=I|chapter=V|pages=53-54|pageref=54|passage=Ah! my brother, we do well to watch our birthright jealously; the least invasion on the meanest peasant, the slightest '''encroachment''' of the powerful, are not matters to be neglected—such are the first steps of tyranny.}}
  • Result: