How are embedded quotations used?
I'm having some trouble with this. Usually, I would quote with doubles, and then singles within. But this is becoming a bit confusing and ugly too, when working with some translated literature in which it is very, very common for someone to quote someone, who then quotes another, and the chain goes on.
Would I retain the principle of using double quotes initially when I quote the passage, and then keep using singles in the embeds/nests?
Edit: Thought I'd add, it looks fine and dandy until the initial quoter ends his discourse on the clause of the one he is quoting! I end up with ' ' " and all sorts at the end!