- For Teachers
I would like to know how to write a famous quote the correct way.
“The symbol of the race ought to be a human being carrying an ax, for every human being has one concealed about him somewhere, and is always seeking the opportunity to grind it.”
- Mark Twain, a Biography
1.)In the above example, do I have to put Mark Twain's name on the separate line?
2.)Before I start the quote, do I have to put double space?
3.)After Mark Twain's name, can I continue with what I want to write or I have to start with another paragraph?
4.)Can I just quote Mark Twain's word in italics instead with quotation marks?
5.)This is another question nothing to do with the above questions: when I write about a book's name, how do I do it the proper way?
Like this: "Alice in the Wonderland" or Alice in the Wonderland ??