Use another quote from text to support your reading of the quote. In other words, I have provided a small quote from a larger text. Now you will cite another part of that same text. For instance, if you picked Crito’s Dialogue or Job, then cite another part of that work which you feel speaks to your reading. Your reading is the subtext. Why do you think that any of the ideas expressed in one of the quotes below and the one you picked matterQuote: I only wish it were so, Crito; and that the many could do the greatest evil; for then they would also be able to do the greatest good—and what a fine thing this would be! But in reality they can do neither; for they cannot make a man either wise or foolish; and whatever they do is the result of chance.