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COMM 101 (Oral Rhetoric)

Attributing Quotations

It's a good idea to double-check the source of a quotation.  You might try searching in Google Books, or see some of the suggestions offered by Quoteland.

Or ask a librarian to help!  (Tracking down the source of a quotation can sometimes be a tricky challenge.)

Find Quotations on the Web

There are a number of quotation websites, but here are a few recommended ones:

Browse Hekman's Books of Quotations

For even more books of quotations, check out the PN6081 section of the library's Print Reference collection (2nd floor).