Quotations of four lines or less should be placed in quotation marks and incorporated into your text.
Jazz Dancer I by Laura Wheeler Waring can be described as depicting "the quintessential Jazz Age couple" (Farrington 82).
With poetry, use a / to indicate a line break.
Langston Hughes remarks,"I've known rivers / Ancient, dusky rivers."
Hughes, Langston. "The Negro Speaks of Rivers." Poetry Foundation, 2002, www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/44428/the-negro-speaks-of-rivers. Originally published in The Collected Works of Langston Hughes.
Farrington, Lisa E. Creating Their Own Image: the History of African-American Women Artists. Oxford UP, 2005.
Quotations of more than four lines should be indented half an inch from the left margin in a block. Do not add quotation marks.