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Quotation marks

by Marjorie B. Garber

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English literature -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc,
  • American literature -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc,
  • Literature -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc,
  • Literary forgeries and mystifications,
  • Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.),
  • Quotation in literature,
  • Sequels (Literature),
  • Allusions

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [273]-296) and index.

    StatementMarjorie Garber.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR21 .G37 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 306 p., [8] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages306
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3552698M
    ISBN 100415937450, 0415937469
    LC Control Number2002003450

    Colons and semicolons should be outside the quotation marks. These rules have no exceptions. Whether a question mark or an exclamation point should appear inside or outside the quotation marks depends on the meaning. If the quotation is a question or exclamation, put the question mark or exclamation point inside the quotation marks. Use quotation marks to show the reader the exact phrase being borrowed word-for-word from a source. Quote book chapters. Use quotation marks, rather than italics or underlining, to identify the titles of book chapters. A question mark goes outside of the end quotation mark unless the question mark is part of the quotation.

      With the possible exception of the Oxford/Harvard/serial comma, very few usage issues elicit responses as passionate as the topic of punctuating with quotation marks. American vs. British Conventions If I were in charge of writing the rules about the use of quotation marks, American style books would revise their conventions to mirror those of. Quotation marks are punctuation marks to identify a phrase as a quotation. The examples and rules of using quotation marks are provided in the article. The book “Think Big” by Ben Carson is so inspirational. Double quotation marks may also be used to indicate emphasis to a word used in a sentence, irony, sarcasm or a situation when the.

    In e-books, however, there is no such fine control, so double quotation marks can often appear heavy and a little too bold, depending on what font and size are selected on any given reading device. While many readers will accept this as perfectly normal, there is the option to use single quotation marks. When it comes to quotations and quotation marks, each language has its own symbols and rules. For this reason, several L a T e X packages have been created to assist in typesetting quotations in-line, in display mode or at the beginning of each chapter. It's important to remark that even if you are typing quotes on English there are different quotation marks used in English (UK) and English (US).


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Quotation marks by Marjorie B. Garber Download PDF EPUB FB2

Quotation marks are used for components, such as chapter titles in a book, individual episodes of a TV series, songs from a Broadway show or a music album, titles of articles or essays in print or online, and shorter works such as short stories and poems.

Assembled by the creator of the wildly popular "Blog" of "Unnecessary" Quotation Marks, this book surveys the havoc wreaked by quotation marks on signs, menus, placards, and posters that leave reality upended by supposed "facts."/5(65). Use of Quotation Marks This pages addresses how to use quotation marks in cases other than with direct quotations.

Additional cases and examples are provided in the Publication Manual ; users’ most Quotation marks book questions are addressed here. Quotation marks are covered in Section of the APA Publication Manual, Seventh Edition. Quotation marks can also show dialogue (speaking) of a person or character.

It’s different than showing direct quotations, because dialogue shows a conversation that the reader can witness. So, that makes quotation marks very important for fiction. Here’s an example:. Use single quotation marks if the book title is contained in a quotation, and you have chosen not to use underlining or italics.

For example: She said, “I loved the book ‘Where the Red Fern Grows.’" Do not use quotation marks to enclose the Bible or other books that are considered sacred. I will most certainly give up on a book more easily if the author chose not to use quotation marks.

So, if the writer is good enough at it, I do indeed grow accustom to the lack of quotation marks, but not all writers experimenting with this “no quotation mark” trend are good enough at it. The edition of Clarissa separated speakers with "dashes or new lines", but sometimes placed an opening quotation mark "at the exact point at which a quotation began, with a new 'mark Author: Richard Lea.

Quotation marks (“”) Date published by Shona McCombes. Quotation marks (also known as speech marks, quotes or inverted commas) are used to set off direct speech and quotations.

In academic writing, you need to use quotation marks when you quote a source. This includes quotes from published works and primary data such as interviews. The Book of Unnecessary Quotation Marks book. Read 95 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

From the sarcastic to the suggestive, her /5. This book doesn't even come close to other books in this series that I have. My students weren't engaged. The examples weren't interesting for the age group who needs to learn about quotation marks. 10 out of 24 of the examples were quotation marks around titles like "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" and one was "the end"/5(9).

The colon, semicolon, dash, question mark, and exclamation point fall inside quotation marks if they belong with the quoted matter (i.e., that’s how the sentence was in the book you are quoting) but outside if they punctuate the sentence as a whole. Before computers, we used typewriters to underline book titles, and we placed quotation marks around article titles.

However, many current style manuals recommend italicizing book titles and magazine names (impossible to do on a typewriter) and using quotation marks around articles. Example: I read Lord of the Flies in high school. Quotation marks enclose titles of smaller works or parts of a whole.

Set the title off from the rest of the writing with italic or underlining. By using italic or underlining, you set off titles of larger works or complete works.

These options aren’t interchangeable. Whether you want to liven up your book’s scenes with dialogue or simply give credit where it’s due in your research paper, you’ll need to use quotation marks to attribute words to a speaker.

There are some specific rules you’ll need to follow, however, especially once you throw in other punctuations or mix quotes within quotes. Italics or Quotation Marks: Why Are We Confused.

One reason we find these guidelines difficult to remember is that many newspapers enclose book and movie titles in quotation marks. Newspaper style, however, is unique to that industry and often differs from the style that governs other professional writing situations.

So if you’re writing for a publication that adheres to AP guidelines, reference books with friendly quotation marks: "Eat, Pray, Love," "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows" and "Bossypants" (have I ever mentioned how much I love Tina Fey?). Some publications also follow their own style guides.

Short quotations can generally be run in to the main text using quotation marks. Example In his novel White Noise, Don DeLillo neatly summarizes the materialist philosophy: “It’s all this activity in the brain and you don’t know what’s you as a person and what’s some neuron that just happens to fire or just happens to misfire.”.

A magazine title is italicized, but the title of an article within the magazine is placed in quotation marks. A book title is italicized, but a chapter title should be in quotation marks. Quotation Marks vs.

Italics. It’s not unusual to see quotation marks and italics used interchangeably or incorrectly. Quotation marks are used to present linguistic examples and titles of book chapters and articles in the text.

When writers follow guidelines for the use of italics and quotation marks, their papers become more consistent and readable. Note that this category addresses the use of quotation marks other than in the presentation of direct quotations.

Quotation marks are those double apostrophes that swing both ways—left and right (“ = opening; ” = closing). They always travel in pairs and are placed at the beginning and the end of dialogue. So, let’s review some examples of how to use quotation marks in fiction work.

The AP Stylebook’s rule regarding book titles, computer game titles, movie titles, opera titles, play titles, poem titles, album and song titles, radio and television program titles, and the titles of lectures, speeches, and works of art states, “Put quotation marks around the names of all such works except the Bible and books that are.If quotations are distinguished only by the use of quotation marks and you are quoting more than one paragraph, use an opening quote at the beginning of each paragraph.

Should I use double or single quotation marks for quotes within quotes? First things first; decide whether you will use double or single quotation marks for the initial quote.‘ ’ and “ ” are known as typographic, curly, curved, book, or smart quotation marks.

The beginning marks are commas raised to the top of the line and rotated  degrees. The ending marks are commas raised to the top of the line. Curved quotation marks are used mainly in .