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Yes and yes. Your publisher won't let you print that. If you self-publish, you may well get sued and lose a bundle. See an IP lawyer if you have any questions about the legality of your writing.


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“Quote.” — Fictional character name / Author name, Work Title, (optional Year) Example: “The world is merciless, but is also very beautiful.” — Mikasa Ackerman / Hajime Isayama, Shingeki no Kyojin


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You should include both the citation and a footnote (Purdue). In Chicago style formatting (17th ed.): Author Names The author’s name is inverted in the bibliography, placing the last name first and separating the last name and first name with a comma. Titles Titles of books and journals are italicized. Titles of articles, chapters, poems, etc. are placed ...


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You are correct in noting that it is common to add "Emphasis mine", or similar, if you add emphasis to a section of a quotation. It is equally common to add "Emphasis original", or similar, if you retain the original italics or bold font. That way it is clear to the reader that it is not you that is adding the emphasis. If you wish to ...


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