Questions for Integrating Quotes into Essays

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If after the word sun (in the following sentence) there was an exclamation mark, would you put it in at all, and if so then where?
As the narrator explained, "The river was grayish-blue in the afternoon sun" (116).

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How would you tab off a quote that is longer than three lines? And where would i put the page i got it from?

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How can I put a quote in my essay, and change it so that instead of having the quote start with "I came back after dinner" as the author wrote it, I'd like it to read "Maxim came back after dinner"?

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I want to quote two sentences that are not right next to each other on a page. Can I show the omitted sentence 'in between' by using four full stops to separate them?

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What quote should I integrate into my essay? From Romeo and Juliet concerning that part where they selfishly suicide and left behind their families.

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How should i transition in an essay to saying the quote "shoot all the bluejays you want, it you can hit'em, but remember it's a sin to kill a mockingbird" ?

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