I'm sorry, I've looked at other places here, and can't find the exact answer - maybe the searching strategy I'm using isn't good. There are some related ones, though none solving this that I can see.
If I have a question and I have another question nested in brackets (or even another sort of punctuation), do I have two question-markable statements? Examples:
“Does anyone know where the party is going to be (if, indeed, there is going to be a party?)?”
It seems odd but this second one seems less odd, because the question marks are not adjacent to each other:
“Does anyone know where the party (if there is going to be a party?) is going to be?
And then does this work for other ways of doing parentheses, for instance:
“Does anyone know where the party - if there is going to be a party? - is going to be?”
I'm very confused about this, because it just seems different if the question marks are at the end or in the middle, and yet the parenthetic clause, being a sub-clause, seems to demand the question mark itself.