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