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Working with Sources: Learning Resources

Bedford publishers presents a great tutorial on working with quotes, paraphrase and summary.  Demonstrations on how to select, integrate and modify quotations, and how to write and integrate paraphrase and summary is provided.  Clear layout.

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UNC LogoThis page on working with quotations is very thorough, covering topics such as When should I quote? Setting up and following up a quotation, How much should I quote? Quotation and other punctuation, Quotations within quotations? When do I use those three dots ( . . . )? and Modifying words in a quotation.

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Humanities Professor Jonathan Smith presents an excellent and thorough discussion of how to use quotes as evidence in a literary analysis paper.  He discusses topics such as deciding how many quotes is enough, providing adequate context for quotes, explicating or explaining quotes, and fusing quotes into the structure of one's own writing.  University of Michigan, Dearborn.

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