This article is great at articulating how to format an MLA citation style research paper. However, it alleviates a style of quotation integration: the block quotes. In MLA, any quote that is over 4 lines should be made into a block quote. The formatting for this is easy. Once you’ve inserted the text into your essay, leave a space before and after it. Then, select the text and move it over an inch to the left. This should isolate the quote clearly from the rest of the paper. That being said, my advice is that you do not use integrated quotations unless you absolutely have to. Your essay would flow much better with integrated quotations that contextually connect your idea to the idea in the quote. Paraphrase as much of your quote as you can and don’t forget to include a citation! This is especially important in more formal research papers.