Hi, I'd like some advice on punctuating a quote within a quote. I know the standard US form is double on the outside, single for the inside quote; "Henry says, 'how is this?'" My question is whether you can change the quotation mark by the original writer when you're quoting a line of text, to reflect this rule. The original text reads: He who thinks "pulp fiction" is boring is right. My quote: James wrote that, "He who thinks 'pulp fiction' is boring is right." Is my quote correctly punctuated? Thanks in advance.