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comment Citing multiple quotes from a single novel
Another shorthand option when referring to an already cited source would be (Ibid. p. x), although it's just as dated as op. cit.
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answered Preventing genre-savvy second-guessing in murder mysteries
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comment plagiarism vs. reference?
In a nutshell, yeah. Unless the song or poem in question is out of copyright (for instance, the author has been dead for more than 70 years) - quoting Shakespeare or the Romantics verbatim shouldn't get you into legal trouble (AFAIK), but may nevertheless be cliche.
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