Using Quotation Marks

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Quotation Marks Quotation Marks They are like shoes; use them in pairs. Example: Boswell calls this relationship a “collateral adoption,” a term other experts do not use.
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Another Example Another Example Shakespeare concludes Sonnet 18 with this couplet: “So long as men can breathe or eyes can see/ So long lives this, and this gives life to thee.”
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Using Quotation Marks Using Quotation Marks in Dialogue in Dialogue “Early parole is not the solution to overcrowding,” the prosecutor said. “We need a new jail.” The chairman asked, “How do you propose we pay for it?”
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Using Quotation Marks in Titles Using Quotation Marks in Titles Use quotation marks for: titles of brief poems titles of short stories titles of book chapters titles of magazine and journal articles titles of songs
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Examples of Titles Examples of Titles Italics are used to indicate titles of longer works such as books, magazines, journals, television series,
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