My family still calls me Joe," he says, "but when my mother's mad, she'll call me Nathan in quotation marks.
Everything seems to have quotation marks around it, and countless people now make their living by annotating reality.
The endless succession of quotation marks is its own contrivance, a scrim between Shields and the world.
So to trivialize it, in quotation marks, really does a disservice to our show.
The quotation marks alone (and the comment within the parentheses) are mine.
Then he has the audacity to place Romanes in quotation marks.
The quotation marks were dropped, however, in subsequent editions (as in the quotation from Spenser, in the poem Beggars).
The passages from this paper are indicated by quotation marks.
All quotation marks have been retained as they appear in the original publication.
quotation marks have been left in this text as they were in the original.
Punctuation marks (“ ”) that set off dialogue, quoted material, titles of short works, and definitions. When something must be quoted inside a quotation, single quotation marks are used: “‘Religion,’ according to Karl Marx, ‘is the opiate of the masses.’”