A quotation is the reiteration of one articulation as a feature of another, especially when the quotation articulation is notable or unequivocally credited by reference to its unique source, and it is shown by (punctuated with) quotes.
A quotation can likewise allude to the rehashed utilization of units of some other type of articulation, particularly parts of masterful works: components of an artistic creation, scenes from a motion picture or segments from a melodic piece.
Quotation are utilized for an assortment of reasons: to light up the importance or to help the contentions of the work in which it is being cited, to give direct data about the work being cited (regardless of whether so as to examine it, emphatically or contrarily), to pay praise to the first work or writer, to influence the client of the citation to appear to be well-perused, or potentially to agree to copyright law. Citations are likewise regularly printed as a methods for motivation and to conjure philosophical considerations from the peruser. Logically, citations can likewise be utilized as language amusements (in the Wittgensteinian feeling of the term) to control social request and the structure of society.