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Q: In addition to being a poet, Coleridge was also a critic, an essayist, and a playwright. True False
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User: In addition to being a poet, Coleridge was also a critic, an essayist, and a playwright. True False

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User: As long as you ________________________, you cannot be accused of plagiarism





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User: list a work cited... use quotation marks and parenthetical citations.... paraphrase and use quotation marks

Weegy: use quotation marks and parenthetical citations
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