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Anonymous:I have to write an english essay based on Flowers for Algernon, and we read the short story version of it in class. I'm writing the name of the story in the middle of the essay: Flowers for Algernon is a short story written by Daniel Keyes.
But I don't know if I should underline the title, italicize it, or put it in quotations marks, so I just went and italicised it. Can you tell me the right way to write it? Thanks
If you have italics, use them; if not, use quotation marks (for a short story). Full books take underlining.
Anonymous:Hi, I thought the title of books take quotation marks. Do titles of books take underlining, as you said?
Anonymous:Quatos look the best on a paper....NEVER UNDERLINE A SHORT STORY!!!!!!
Anonymous:Place quotation marks around short story titles without italics as you have it here. Italicize or underline book titles.
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