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Topic: Integration of Quotes

By "Integration" do you mean a varity of quotes from different writers?

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What are you writing?

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Fayleen, integration of quotes means that you will insert a detail, or specific line from the book you are reading into a sentence to further the meaning of what the subject of the sentence is.

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Does the integretion of quotes neccesarily have to be from the book, or can it just be a famous quote that refers to what your writing about?

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jkochan wrote:

Does the integretion of quotes neccesarily have to be from the book, or can it just be a famous quote that refers to what your writing about?

You wrote a book review and an essay about a book. There must be quotes from the books somewhwere. Make sense?

In each body paragraph of the essay, 3-5 details from the book are required. Surely a couple of them could be properly integrated as quoted from your text.

In your future as a writer of essays I see a masterful level of skillful integration of quotes.

Collect them from every text, poem, lyric, film, story, play, and novel.

The best quotes come from texts you've read/studied/learned.