You Don’t Need Quotation Marks (And You Can Quote Me On That)

I’ve written a piece on why I hate to use quotation marks in fiction (and a brief history of other novelists who do likewise) which you can read on Grammar Girl here — don’t all go crashing that server at once.

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  1. good
    is perfect

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