rules - How to Quote: In her essay, No Snapshots in the...

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C- Title It tells the reader what the paper is about, nothing fancy A/B Title Describes the topic of the Paper HAVE A COLON first is fun 2 nd is descriptive Includes a catchy or witty phase Ex: On Thin Ice: The Portrayal of Homosexuality in Blades of Glory The Reel Slim Shady? The Various Personas of Eminem in 8 Mile D or F Title No Title A Title that Doesn’t Describe anything Only the catchy or witty part without the descriptive Part Ex: On Thin Ice The Reel Slim Shady? Paper #1 NO SENCTENCES Are We There Yet? The Gamper Family Depicted Through The Annual Trip
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Unformatted text preview: How to Quote: In her essay, No Snapshots in the Attic, Fowler discusses Italics & Underlining are EXACTLY the same thing Italics& Underlined-Whole things-Book-TV Show-Magazine/Journal/Newspaper-Quotes - Rules-Always introduce a quote-Always use present tense when introducing quotes-Dont let a quote speak for itself o Ellipses: No need for ellipses at the beginning and end of a quote -At the first mention of a name include first and last name. All subsequent mentions o person, just use last name...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course WRIT 1122 taught by Professor G.stacks during the Winter '08 term at Denver.

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