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how would you embed a quote in your essay .
for exampel you question is "how does the writter describe stong feelings in the extract"

and your qoute would be 'His bloodly life in my bloddy hands'
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Hi!
You could say that the writer uses aggressive language to symbolise strong feelings such as guilt or anger . For instance when 'whoever' said 'his bloody life in my bloody hands'.

I hope that actually makes sense!
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(Original post by Neurosciencenerd)
Hi!
You could say that the writer uses aggressive language to symbolise strong feelings such as guilt or anger . For instance when 'whoever' said 'his bloody life in my bloody hands'.

I hope that actually makes sense!
yup it makes sense thank you
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yup it makes sense thank you
If you want to push the embedded quote even further, add the quote inside a sentence, in a way it would read and flow like a normal sentence. e.g. The author expressed a state of conflict as "his bloody life" is in his own "bloody hands"
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