The general in-text citation rule is this (for a quotation): (Last name Year, Page Number). In 13.65 (17th Edition), CMoS gives an example of a detailed in-text citation:
- ... text in the quote here (Stephen W. Hawking, A Brief History of Time: From the Big Bang to Black Holes [New York: Bantam Books, 1988], 112).
Here is one for a detailed block quote (which is indented) from 13.70:
- ... text in the quote here. (Gifford Pinchot, To the South Seas [Philadelphia: John Winston, 1930], 123)
CMoS does not say anything about the format of the in-text citation in these cases.
The format here seems like this: (Full name, Book Title [Publication area: Publisher, Year], Page number). Is this how it is supposed to be formatted or did CMoS just put them in a random order?
Question: I am quoting a number of politicians speaking at the House of Commons. And I am told to provide a detailed citation for a block quote. The guide says nothing about this.
Here is what I have:
... text in the quote here. (Full Name [Windsor–Tecumseh, NDP, House of Commons Debates, Feb 25, 2016,] 1383–4)
Windsor–Tecumseh means "Member of the Canadian Parliament for the federal electoral district of Windsor–Tecumseh". NDP is the name of the political party.
Based on the formats of 1 and 2, I won't be able to give the required information: federal electoral district and name of political party. I also won't be able to give the month, which is important.
What is the right way to cite this?