Poems Essays Italicized
The title of your paper is printed in the same type and style as the body.
Do punctuate direct quotations this way: Both of those commas are wrong because "Barn Burning" and "Fire and Ice" are not quotations and "published" doesn't count as a speaking verb.
As shown below, italics are most commonly used for the titles of works that stand by themselves, such as the names of books, films, and video games.
Another customary use of italics is to give emphasis to key words and phrases in a sentence.
If you ask them to "Change Case" and specify "Title Case," everything gets an initial capital.) Use a colon and a space to separate the title from the subtitle unless the title ends in a question mark, exclamation point, or dash.
Include other punctuation marks only if they are part of the title. Italicize the titles of works published independently: books, plays, long poems published as books, pamphlets, periodicals (newspapers, magazines, and journals), films, radio and television programs, CDs and other recordings, ballets, operas, other long musical compositions that have actual names (not pieces simply identified by form, number, and key: Beethoven's Fifth Symphony), paintings, works of sculpture, ships, aircraft, and spacecraft.