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Quotation Marks in Titles

The rules for quotation marks around titles vary depending on which style guide you follow. In general, you should italicize the titles of long works, like books, movies, or record albums. Use quotation marks for the titles of shorter pieces of work: poems, articles, book chapters, songs, T.V. episodes, etc.

See the examples below:

Read the article “I Am Writing Blindly” by Roger Rosenblatt.
My favorite song is “Free to Be You and Me.”
What did you think of the Buffy the Vampire episode “Once More, With Feeling”?
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