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Levison/Eng.  310 QUOTATIONS   ADAPTED FROM SPACK’S "GUIDELINES" (pp. 228-234) Forbes, September 20, 2004, p. 312 "I always have a quotation for everything––it saves original thinking." –– Dorothy Sayers "I hate quotations. Tell me what you know."–– Ralph Waldo Emerson WHEN TO QUOTE Quote the author's words  instead  of paraphrasing  because the words  themselves are  special: a ) the words  are so  interesting, clever, clear or concise  that using your own  words   would  not be as interesting  or clear  Guterson  thinks that the Mall of America is "a marketplace intentionally designed  to  serve no community  needs" (2009, p. 289). b )  when  the author  or someone in the article has  made up a term for something or  seen things in a certain way . Anna Quindlen  says that she does not want  a "KateSpadeGucciPradaCoach  bag"  (cited in Postrel, 2009, p. 301)   Guterson  (2009, p. 289) calls the Mall of America a "tourist attraction." c
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