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Thread: Can I use a book's source as my own source?

09-Dec-17, 00:46
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Hello -

I'm a new Master's student of English Language and Literature, studying abroad in Korea, and I had a quick question about writing. I'm reading a book currently, and he has a quote "first wholly serious feminist heroine" which is connected to the source

Elaine Showalter, A Literature of Their Own: British Women Novelists from Bronte to Lessing (London: Virago, 1978), 199.

My question is, can I use this quote in one of my papers and then use this source as one of my own? I imagine the answer is yes, I don't imagine why not if I quote properly and give credit where it is due, but as it is my first semester and I haven't been studying for a few years, I just want to make sure I'm not screwing myself here. Thanks in advance!
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