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How to make a quote sandwich


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A quote sandwich has 3 main parts

  • Context

  • Quote

  • Analysis


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An example of a quote sandwich

Juliet often uses duplicity to remain loyal to Romeo while deceiving her parents and Paris. One example of this is when Lady Capulet is trying to comfort Juliet, who is presumably upset over Tybalt’s death. Juliet is actually more distraught over Romeo’s banishment, but she pretends to be angry at Romeo. Juliet tells her mother, “Indeed, I never shall be satisfied / With Romeo till I behold him—dead— / Is my poor heart, so for a kinsman vexed” (Shakespeare 3.5.98-100). Lady Capulet will interpret this to mean that Juliet wants to behold Romeo dead. However, the audience knows that Juliet actually means her heart is dead. Lady Capulet thinks the kinsman who is vexed is Tybalt, whereas Juliet is actually referring to Romeo. Juliet cleverly employs ambiguous speech to keep her love for Romeo secret yet true.


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1. Context

  • Where in the story the quote is from

  • What is happening at that moment

  • Which character said it to whom

    Example:

    Juliet often uses duplicity to remain loyal to Romeo while deceiving her parents and Paris. One example of this is when Lady Capulet is trying to comfort Juliet, who is presumably upset over Tybalt’s death. Juliet is actually more distraught over Romeo’s banishment, but she pretends to be angry at Romeo.Juliet tells her mother, “Indeed, I never shall be satisfied …


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2. Quote

  • Should not be too long

  • Should not merely state a fact

  • Must be punctuated correctly (use / to show line breaks)

  • Must be followed by the correct citation

    Example:

    …Juliet tells her mother, “Indeed, I never shall be satisfied / With Romeo till I behold him—dead— / Is my poor heart, so for a kinsman vexed”(Shakespeare 3.5.98-100). Lady Capulet will interpret this to mean that Juliet wants to behold Romeo dead…


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2.5 Punctuating & Citing the Quote

  • The quote will start with a lower case letter if you start in mid-sentence

  • The quote will start with a capital letter if it is the beginning of a sentence

  • Put a / to show the line breaks

  • The author and act.scene.lines-lines will be in parenthesis after the quote.

  • The period goes after the parenthesis.

    (Shakespeare 3.5.98-100).


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3. Analysis

  • Your interpretation

  • Explain how it proves your point

  • Describe what the quote reveals

    Example:

    Juliet tells her mother, “Indeed, I never shall be satisfied / With Romeo till I behold him—dead— / Is my poor heart, so for a kinsman vexed” (Shakespeare 3.5.98-100). Lady Capulet will interpret this to mean that Juliet wants to behold Romeo dead. However, the audience knows that Juliet actually means her heart is dead. Lady Capulet thinks the kinsman who is vexed is Tybalt, whereas Juliet is actually referring to Romeo. Juliet cleverly employs ambiguous speech to keep her love for Romeo secret yet true.


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Quote Sandwich…mmm…delicious!

TopicSentence

Context

Quote

Analysis

Juliet often uses duplicity to remain loyal to Romeo while deceiving her parents and Paris. One example of this is when Lady Capulet is trying to comfort Juliet, who is presumably upset over Tybalt’s death. Juliet is actually more distraught over Romeo’s banishment, but she pretends to be angry at Romeo. Juliet tells her mother, “Indeed, I never shall be satisfied / With Romeo till I behold him—dead— / Is my poor heart, so for a kinsman vexed” (Shakespeare 3.5.98-100).Lady Capulet will interpret this to mean that Juliet wants to beholdRomeo dead. However, the audience knows that Juliet actually means her heart is dead. Lady Capulet thinks the kinsman who is vexed is Tybalt, whereas Juliet is actually referring to Romeo. Juliet cleverly employs ambiguous speech to keep her love for Romeo secret yet true.


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For more information

  • See A Pocket Style Manual p. 116-119 section titled “Integrating literary quotations”

  • See A Pocket Style Manual page 126 #19 “verse plays and poems” for more information on how to cite Shakespeare


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