On 20/05/15 09:49, Rosanna Cantavella wrote:
> –-Lou's <quote> suggestion would be ideal if it weren't that these
> chunks often include quotations (the stanza in this example), but they
> are not the quotation.
<quote> is typed and can self-nest so you can distinguish your quotes
from the quotes you are quoting (and even the quotes that are quoted
within the quotes that you are quoting... if you see what I mean)
> Quotation is not automatically given in every
> case; sometimes the author himself makes up the stanza with which he
> exemplifies his definition. Sometimes he doesn't even give an example.
The point is that *you* are quoting from another source in order to make
up your text. So there is always at least one level of <quote>