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It is quite alone, standing well back from the road, quite three miles from the village… It makes me think of English places that you read about, for there are hedges and walls and gates that lock…For the windows are barred for little children and there are rings and things on the walls…I lie here on this great immovable bed—it is nailed down. (1-6)

Can I quote like that? taking like difference phrases from different pages and putting them together?

I indented all of that since there are more than 4 sentances.

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    yea just make sure you put the authors last name and the page numbers in parenthesis. Ex. (Smith 5-9) ;)

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    Thanks :D

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