Sir Thomas of Buckingham. Jan DreamWeaver Ad Honoris. Aug 10, Wales. Probably should, always best to be thorough in these things. I tend to use MRHA, makes life easier on such things. Mar 25, Texas. Sir Thomas. Currently I am working on my Masters in US History and I have to write a lot and write large, detailed papers with quotes. Here is how I have to cite a quote. He expected that "arrivals from foreign ports will for the coming four weeks average from one to one-and-a-half million dollars a week.
I am assuming you're using books. Citing the internet is a bit different. Hope this helps somewhat. Jun 29, land of Califia. I just used a H. Humphrey quote in a paper that I helped write for my wife's friend and as an APA style, I quoted it exactly like your opening sentence. May Generally speaking if you can find a citation it is a good idea to use it. For Franklin specifically, most of his famous quotes are from various issues of Poor Richards Almanac.
Ideally, you would want to use the citation from the original work. For example, "I don't understand it, and I don't like what I don't understand. It is a known by some people, but it isn't really famous and therefore would not be considered common knowledge.
So this quote would need to be cited. You would cite the author, year, and page number in your paper as an in-text citation and then do a regular book citation for your References page. Sometimes, quotes are so often used that they are considered "common knowledge.
Many people know this quote, even if they cannot remember who said it. This would qualify as "common knowledge". Things that are common knowledge do not have to be referenced on your Reference page. For more information on what is or is not considered common knowledge, see the article from Prudue's OWL Is it plagiarism yet? If you can't find the original citation information, then cite the document where you read the quote. For example, if you found a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson in a book of famous quotes, you would cite the book of famous quotes.
So this quote would need to be cited. You would cite the author, year, and page number in your paper as an in-text citation and then do a regular book citation for your References page. For direct quotations, include the page number as well, for example: Field, , p.
Place a parenthetical citation either immediately after the quotation or at the end of the sentence. For a narrative citation, include the author and year in the sentence and then place the page number or other location information in parentheses after the quotation. The two unlikely friends show Simba how to survive on his own, and along the way, they teach him their life philosophy: no worries, mate.
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Press ESC to cancel. Ben Davis April 30, Table of Contents. READ: What are the components of discourse? For more information on what is or is not considered common knowledge, read Is it plagiarism yet? To be safest, cite any famous quote. Body of paper: President Franklin D. References page: Presidential Speeches: Franklin D. Topics APA. FAQ Actions. Was this helpful? Yes 71 No Print Tweet Share on Facebook.
Comments 2. Alright, so for a quote that pops up in a meme for example that states: "Do not fear mistakes. You will know failure. Continue to reach out. Also if you heard someone mention it in a TedTalk, would you want to actually look up that quote or just cite the TedTalk video? Finding the famous quote from a credible source would be a good idea. The person in the TED talk video may be paraphrasing to suit their presentation. Add a public comment to this FAQ Entry. Contact Us. Campus information.
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