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Quotes are denoted by quotation marks. Only text that comes within quotation marks will be marked as a quotation for the purposes of encoding. There are two types of quotes: quotes that are external to the text and quotes that are internal.  The [quote|http://www.tei-c.org/release/doc/tei-p5-doc/en/html/ref-quote.html] element is used for passages that are external to the text, like a reference to a study or another book.\[Internal quotes are quotes that are from inside the text (e.g., character speeches or thoughts, notes written by characters, or terms used in the book) and have various TEI elements to represent them.

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titleQuick Reference, Quote Type

*spoken: A quote is spoken out loud by a character in the text. Use said,
*thought: A character thinks a quote, rather than saying it out loud. Use said.
*written: A character internal to the text has written something that is quoted within the text. Use quotation
*emph: A word or phrase is in quotation marks in order to emphasize it. Use emph.
*distinct: A word or phrase is in quotes because it is linguistically distinct, so, for instance, it is slang or regional dialect. Use distinct.
*mentioned: A word or phrase is in quotes because the author refers to the word itself, such as in a discussion of its part of speech, rather than using the word. Use mentioned.
*term: A word or phrase is in quotes because it is terminology. For instance, computer terms or scientific language. Use term.
*foreign: A word or phrase is in quotation marks because it does not belong to the predominant language used in the text. Use foreign.
*soCalled: An author uses scare quotes to distance him or herself from a word. Use soCalled.

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<p>
    <quotation>&quot;Anna said,
        <said"><said>&apos;See you at noon,&apos;</said>
    &quot;</quotation>
read the note.</p>

<p>Henry blustered,
    <said>&quot;I know you.
        <quote>&apos;Thou Shalt Not Kill.&apos;</quote>
    &quot;</said>

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