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Quotation rules

Quotations or citations are put in double inverted commas.

Longer quotations/citations (more than five lines of verse) should be broken off by an increased space from the preceding and following lines of typescript, indented. They should not be enclosed within the quotation marks.

To mark the author’s distance or cryptic quotations we use single inverted commas, e.g. Irrationalism was inscribed in the culture of honour, similarly to the behaviour of Polish ‘wallenrods’ described by Maria Janion.

A note reference number should follow the end of the quotation and any punctuation (including a parenthesis) except a dash, which it should precede.

Omissions within quotes are marked with a triple-dot mark, no brackets.

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