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I would just separate the heading from the bibliography and put your page style commands in between: \documentclass{memoir} \usepackage[style=ieee, citestyle=numeric-comp, backrefstyle=none]{biblatex} \addbibresource{biblatex-examples.bib} \begin{document} \tableofcontents \nocite{*} \printbibheading[heading=bibintoc] \thispagestyle{empty} \pagestyle{empty} ...


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biblatex-apa applies sentence casing with \MakeSentenceCase*. That macro is quite complex and can basically only handle plain text without breaking. If you have complex macros in your titles you need to hide/protect them with a pair of braces. The complex rules of brace protection mean that you need two pairs of braces if the content in the braces starts ...


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This might be regarded as a fault with the standard bibliography environment in biblatex. In an article class what you are asking is no really appropriate as the bibliography is not designed to start on a separate page. But your problem persists in book and memoir, and the solution below works in all cases. Namely, I patch (updated: better than previous ...


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BibTeX and Biber can deal with name prefixes like "de", "van", "von" etc. better if you drop the braces and give the name as author = {Frank de León and George Orwell}, or author = {von Brandt, Ahasver}, See also How should I type author names in a bib file?. If you write Frank {de León} then BibTeX and Biber parse the name as as being made up of given ...


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The prefixes can be added to the labels with \newrefcontext[labelprefix=<prefix>] before the respective \printbibliography. (labelprefix requires defernumbers as a global option.) Note that there is no need to define a bibfilter for the other bibliography, we can just combine nottypes. We can also do away with the \addcontentslines if we just use ...


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tl;dr It has to do with sorting and directing attention to the relevant bits of information. With your settings (specifically style=authoryear,) the bibliography list is sorted by author names, year and title. This means the most relevant bit that determines the sort order is the author name. Western names are usually sorted by family (last) name and then ...


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You are looking for a -comp version of the style you are currently using. -comp styles compress multiple citation labels by the same authors to avoid duplication of names. Luckily both the standard styles and biblatex-ext offer a -comp version of the author-year style. Replace style=ext-authoryear, with style=ext-authoryear-comp, For example \...


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