I would like to quote some passages using the
quote environment. However the quoted passage contains some math mode equations written in text format like "Your paper is worthless because x^2 +y^2 = 0." I would like to be able to quote this as is, without using the math-mode. Is there something like a mixture of verbatim and quote environments so that I don't have to go through every instance of such equations and replace them with something like
\verb*x^2+y^2=0*? Something perhaps with some flexibility in the choice of fonts too.
EDIT: Basically, what I want is all the text-handling capabilities of LaTeX for the quoted text, while treating things like a^2+b^2 = 0 as is, just some characters to be displayed verbatim. I don't know if this is achievable without surrounding a^2+b^2=0 or the like with special characters.