indirect quotation

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Mutual relationship between both conventions is simple because indirect quotation is the reciprocal value of direct quotation and vice versa.
Indirect quotation is indicated by the word "that" and other expressions.
The distinction between direct and indirect quotation in music collapses in view of the absence of a developed semantic structure in music.
SUMMARY: We discuss two kinds of quotation, namely indirect quotation (e.
These words have been scarcely altered from the written text, although sometimes what is indirect quotation in the text becomes direct quotation in the movie.
The article argues that Davidson's paratactic theory of indirect quotation is inferior to an account that employs the paratactic strategy to interpret indirect discourse and ascriptions of propositional attitude as involving reference to propositions.
In their "Varieties of Quotation", Cappelen and Lepore (1997) rightly point out that the phenomenon of mixed quotation is much more widespread than the amount of semantic attention so far paid to it would lead one to suspect, argue persuasively that some leading theories of either direct or indirect quotation cannot plausibly be adapted in order to account for it, and propose to successfully account for it by combining the demonstrative account of indirect quotation due to Davidson with a demonstrative account of direct quotation inspired by Davidson (1969, 1978).
He often makes use of indirect quotation and intricate patterns of symbolism that can obscure his meaning.
We show that the leading theories of pure, direct, and indirect quotation are unable to account for mixed quotation and therefore unable to provide a unified theory.
Throughout the main body of the book, Hennessey weaves together direct and indirect quotations from primary sources, organizing his material into twelve chapters that highlight the phases of the standoff.
However, even if Finn were unaware of my other writing on this topic, his point would simply have evaporated if he had not used a mixture of direct and indirect quotations in order to avoid quoting the previous sentence which reads, "Sometimes these problems [that are often laid at the door of the market economy] arise because government is not performing its own legitimate functions properly" (italics not in original).
As the author shows how each subject matter has been handled in the respective discipline--Assyriology or theology--and, in many cases, recounts the history of research and the different scholarly positions, the book consists in great part of direct--embedded in the text or as footnotes--or indirect quotations of secondary literature.