[Tex/LaTex] How to cite a quote in latex and have the number appear as a superscript



I am trying to reproduce this style of quote in latex. As far as I understand, it is a citation.

I have tried using the normal \cite{} command in the {quote} and {quotations} environments but they produce the regular 1.

Has anyone seen this style before and know how I could code it?

I am creating a .bib file in TexWorks, then using the \bibliography{} command to call the .bib and the \cite{} in the body of text.

Best Answer

The cite and quoting packages can help you:


\usepackage{quoting, lipsum}

    author  = "Daniel Defoe",
    title   = "Robinson Crusoe",
    year    = "1719"



\begin{quoting}[font=itshape, begintext={``}, endtext={''\cite{Defoe1719}}]
I was born in the year 1632, in the city of York, of a good family, though not of that country, my father being a foreigner of Bremen, who settled first at Hull.


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