When you quote a passage such as this, instead of listing the page number (42) at the end of the quote, you should list a footnote number. If this is the first quote that you're attributing, the footnote number would be "1". If you're using a word processing program, there is an option in your font menu called "superscript." Use that to type your "1". Then at the bottom of the page, in the lower margin, you list the footnote in the following format:
(1) Golding, William. Lord of the Flies. London: Faber & Faber, 1954. 42.
You list the author of the book, the title, the city in which it was published, the name of the publisher, the year it was first published and then the page(s) you are quoting, in that order.
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