Other Question and Answers that can be helpful for you
1. How do you write a long quotation?
The long quotation is indented half an inch from the rest of the text, so it looks like a block of text. There are no quotation marks around the quotation. The period at the end of the quotation comes before your in-text citation as opposed to after, as it does with regular quotations. Example of a Long Quotation
2. Can quotes be too long in an essay?
Colorful, well-chosen quotes can infuse an essay with energy and vitality, so you’re smart to use them. But when a quote gets too long, it’s time to set it apart. Do so following the documentation style recommended by your teacher — most likely American Psychological Association or Modern Language Association style.
3. How to use quotes in an essay?
In general, it is all about where you insert a quote in an essay precisely and how you mark it. The essential thing here is that the rules of using quotes in an article are different for short and long quotes. The short quote is a fragment of the source text that is shorter than four lines.