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March 12, 2007

MLA isn't everyone's friend, evidently

This goes out to my lit. crit. pals:

Is anyone else going completely batty every time there's an introduction for an essay by Keesey and he uses "double quotes "INSIDE" of double quotes"? (And italicizes the whole thing when we're aware that it's an introduction by merit that it's on the other side of the title and speaks of the author by name?)

Just wondered. :)

Maybe I'm making some kind of wild assumption, but I thought that a book for literature courses would follow MLA guidelines for style. Am I way off?

Posted by KarissaKilgore at March 12, 2007 8:37 PM


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