Why do authors use apostrophe in literature?

This is not what I mean by apostrophe : "
I mean when a character in a book is talking to an idea or a person that is not there.
Like "Romeo, Romeo, where for art thou Romeo?"
Why do authors use this method?
What are the benefits?
How does it effect the audience?

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3 Responses to Why do authors use apostrophe in literature?

  1. William says:

    The guy behind her is ready to talk about it, so you transition into it by hearing her aside.

  2. Tarek says:

    to relate ideas and seperate the,

  3. Sam says:

    Dear miss Pancakes,

    The double marks you see are not apostrophes, they are quotation marks.

    Quotation marks are used in literature and all other writing to indicate the difference between a charater speaking in the story, or the narrator of the story. This is so the reader can clearly understand who is speaking the wirter or the character.

    The also have to do when quoting a person. For example in the news you might here or see the president of Toyota said today, "I am very sorry for any inconvenience." The quotes mean those are his exact words.

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