Quotation marks, underlining or italics to indicate a title

Determining whether to use quotation marks, underlining or italics to indicate a title.
Use quotation marks around the title of a work which appears within a larger collection or work.
Underline or use italics to indicate the title of a work published on its own.
The titles of movies should be italicized.
Magazine titles should be italicized; the names of articles within the magazine should appear in quotes.
Television programs should be italicized, but the names of individual episodes should be in quotation marks.
The names of CDs should be italicized, but individual songs are in quotation marks.
Examples: "Nothing Gold Can Stay," a poem by Robert Frost, is recited by one of the characters in the novel The Outsiders.
My favorite episode of Spongebob Squarepants is called "Home Sweet Pineapple."
Where the Sidewalk Ends was written by Shel Silverstein.
Quotation marks, underlining or italics to indicate a title





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