Quoting from books in essays

It depends on the context in which you're giving the quote, I would generally quote the character, if I wasn't sure that everybody would know who I was talking about I would go on to cite the book title and author. The problem with just quoting the author on the matter when it's a character saying whatever it is you're quoting is that it might suggest that the character's opinion is the author's opinion. But that doesn't make any sense. Its not that Shakespeare loves Juliet, but rather he wrote about Romeo loving Juliet.

Quoting from books in essays

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