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Verbs Commonly Used to Introduce Sources when Integrating Quotes writes thinks suggests responds reports rejects refutes reasons rails points out offers observes notes insists implies illustrates grants endorses emphasizes de-emphasizes disputes denies declares contends confirms compares comments claims boasts believes asserts argues agrees admits adds acknowledges Example(s) In the 1958 edition of Exploring Space, Rose Wyler insists that the monkeys and mice blasted into space for rocket testing purposes “liked the ride” after they “are rescued” and that Laika,
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Unformatted text preview: one of the first dogs in space, “lived in the sky for nearly a week going round and round the earth” (Wyler 11, 15). Critical children’s literature books like Michelle H. Martin’s Brown Gold: Milestones of African-American Children’s Picture Books, 1845-2002 endorse the popular notion that Little Golden Books are filled with “cheaply rendered illustrations” that do not have any artistic merit (Martin 201)....
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