Does that period go before or after the quotation marks? How do I cite this in MLA style? And how on earth do you use a semi-colon?

These and other writing questions can make you want to pull your hair out. Let me help.

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Published by Belle

I'm a reader of all good books (especially Lewis and Tolkien), lover of all good discussions (theology, life, philosophy), hater of all good coffee (sorry, more of a tea/hot chocolate person), citizen of the best of all good states (Texas), writer of (hopefully) all good things at SeeingEverythingElse.Wordpress.Com, and the user of too-many-to-be-good parentheses, who strives to run harder and harder after Jesus every day, bringing glory to His name in all that I do.

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