i wondered about that too. buuuuuut...we're supposed to research what we havent learnt in class right?? so technically, we should already know all of the stuff thats in the sets, so it should be our own thinking, and we shouldnt have to footnote it? well, thats my reasoning anyway!
Yup it should be as its a source. Just do the normal thing for the bibliography. If we cant use websites it should be in the instructions. I think you still have to footnote if its from a set, I did from the yellow book cause otherwise it might be plagerism (sp?) thats my ramble anyway. Good Luck :) Kates no longer with Orlando if you'd like to know, I'm sure its relevant to Alexander :P
Footnotes - do a little 1,2,3 etc after the quote in your report. Down the bottom of the page do a 1 then the bibliography stuff then pg no. eg, the priest told him "to choose his words more carefully as his father was not a mortal"1. (but littler).
(At the bottom of the page) 1 Welman N., 'Divinity: Oracle of the Siwa Oasis'Diodorus' account, www.pothos.org/alexander.asp?ParaID=94
If you used the quote above write ibid eg. 1 Fildes A. and Fletcher J., title pub date page no etc 2 Fildes A. and Fletcher J., Ibid, pg 65
If you use the quote in say quote 3 1 Fildes A and Fletcher J., p 98 2 Bloom O etc 3 Fildes A and Fletcher J., op cit, p105
Remember to start each page with the numbering system again so page one may have 3 quotes so footnote 1-3, then on the 2nd page start again at 1. You can still do the op cit thing if you have a quote on page 3 with the reference on page 1
I re-read the post and realised I exaggerated. I meant to say Orlando is in Louisville, Kentucky, and Kate was with him, but then she went back to LA. She looked anorexic and sick in the photos but I'm hoping he told her to bugger off!