CiteIt.net allows inline popup quotations use the <q> tag:In Chapter 5 of Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth confesses how Darcy offended her, saying:
I could easily forgive his pride, if he had not mortified mine.
I think that Judaism has the same problem that any thick civilization has in a world in which, as you say, context is stripped away. And not only is context stripped away, but attention to any one thing is canter and less than it used to be. So, for example, a lot of Jewish commentary is based on your recognizing the reference that I make. Who recognizes references anymore? Because people don’t spend years studying books.
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