Here is an example without any dialogue:
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Writers, as you likely know, love to ignore the rules of punctuation and grammar when it suits them. I have read many, MANY books in which dialogue is presented without quotation marks (double or single), properly placed commas, paragraph breaks, or even dialogue tags. And that’s really just fine. Other languages—French, Spanish, Italian, and even British English have different ways of punctuating dialogue that I think many writers using American English emulate to create different effects in the tone. Let’s look at a few other ways of doing it.
“shit” as example of a dialogue? I do not know how appropriate….
The book is a dialogue between The Dalai Lama and a
group of scientists about how we can better handle
our destructive emotions and how to overcome them.
- Daniel Goleman
how do you quote dialogue between two characters in an essay ..
A song must move the story ahead.
A song must take the place of dialogue.
If a song halts the show, pushes it back,
stalls it, the audience won't buy it;
they'll be unhappy.
- Dorothy Fields