In some cases, the unnumbered page is counted as a page but not numbered as such. If the unnumbered page is between 117 and 119, simply call it 118:
In book 4 of Paradise Lost, Satan observes Adam and Eve together in the garden. In William Blake’s illustration of this scene, the serpent is wrapped around Satan, who points suggestively at the first couple (Milton 118).
Milton, John. Paradise Lost. Edited by David Hawkes, Barnes and Noble Classics, 2004.
In some books, several images appear together. These are often printed on a different kind of paper from the surrounding text and not counted in the page numbering.
Published 18 April 2018