For my PhD thesis, I'm using memoir class. I have some chapters, each one ending with a bibliography. I wish, both in the chapter and in the table of contents, the references title were not numbered. Can I do that?

EDIT: As rightly suggested by @Werner, I provide an example.

This is my main .tex file.

\definecolor{citations}{rgb}{0,.5,.5} % color for in text citations
   linkcolor = {black},
   urlcolor = {blue},
   anchorcolor = {blue},
   citecolor = {citations}}









    \cftaddtitleline{toc}{part}{Introduzione teorica}{}
    \part*{Introduzione teorica}
    \cftaddtitleline{toc}{part}{Lavori di ricerca}{}
    \part*{Lavori di ricerca}
    \cftaddtitleline{toc}{part}{Conclusioni generali}{}
    \part*{Conclusioni generali}

Each chapter file end with:


This produce a ToC like this:

1 Chapter title

1.1 Section name

1.2 Section name


1.6 Bibliography

I want that it appears like this:

1 Chapter title

1.1 Section name

1.2 Section name



Moreover, I also want that the bibliography title is not numbered inside each chapter.

closed as unclear what you're asking by Andrew Swann, Svend Tveskæg, Mico, barbara beeton, user31729 Dec 2 '14 at 20:46

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    From the documentation (Sec. 17): The declaration \bibintoc will cause the thebibliography environment to add the title to the ToC, while the declaration \nobibintoc ensures that the title is not added to the ToC. The default is \bibintoc. – Sigur Jan 10 '14 at 14:05
  • But I want that the bibliography appears in ToC, I'm only trying to make it not numbered, both in the main chapter and in the ToC. For example, References rather that 3.4 References. – this.is.not.a.nick Jan 10 '14 at 14:10
  • Ah, so you need to insert it in toc using \begin{thebibliography}[1]\addcontentsline{toc}{chapter}{\bibname}. I guess that the default is an unnumbered chapter used to its header. – Sigur Jan 10 '14 at 14:29
  • It would be (and always is) super-awesome if you could provide a minimal working example (MWE) that the community can play with. One should be able to copy-and-paste-and-compile and have no problem for it to be considered a MWE. – Werner Jan 10 '14 at 15:52
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    Sorry, but we don't have the files you \include. Please, make just one "pseudochapter" with one section (and minimal text) and an example of your chapter bibliography. – egreg Jan 10 '14 at 18:30