Answered By: Tacy Woods
Last Updated: Jul 16, 2015     Views: 14

This is called the "secondary source of a quotation." Here is an example of the in-text citation as shown on Duke University's citation help page:

As Erickson reminds us, the early psychoanalysts focused on a single objective: "introspective honesty in the service of self enlightenment" (qtd. in Weiland 42).

http://library.duke.edu/research/citing/within/mla.html

When you create the list of works cited, cite the source under the book where you found the quote (Weiland, in the above example).

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