This indicated that these titles should be in italics if the manuscript was published in a book, magazine, or newspaper.
If you are writing something..., I don't see how you can use italics.
You will notice that all footnote examples are numbered consecutively, as they would be in an essay. [B] These are technically unpublished works, written to fulfill degree requirements at a particular institution. [UWO MVD 26] Please send comments/corrections/suggestions to Lisa Rae Philpott.
All items in a bibliography are normally listed alphabetically by the author's surname. A thesis is written in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a Masters degree: 34.
When handwritten just ensure the way you choose to highlight a book is consistent and doesn't mess up your presentation.
Different style sheets (MLA, Chicago, etc.) have different conventions for quoting in literary essays.
When typing, book titles—in fact, the titles of any full-length works—should always be italicized.
Titles of shorter works, such as a poem or short story, should be put in quotation marks.
"Auletta, Pietro." Stanley Sadie, ed., Urbana-Champaign, IL: University of Illinois, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, 1994. Calvin Elliker, "The Collector and Reception History: The Case of Josiah Kirby Lilly," in , ed. (Urbana-Champaign, IL: University of Illinois, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, 1994), 191. "The Collector and Reception History: The Case of Josiah Kirby Lilly." In , edited by Stephen Mc Clatchie. Gift of the Wilhelmina Mc Intosh Book Fund of the Faculty of Music. Music Library, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. Do not cite electronic indexes either - unless they provide full-text articles. [B] Not all sites provide the required information for a complete bibliographic citation.
If you are able to consult the print version of the article, then you can use the less-complicated citation format for ARTICLES (above). (2nd annual joint bulletin of Yé-Yé Publications and SARMA), 1992? Check the list given under Citing Electronic Documents and include as much information as is possible. Lawrie Raskin, (Photographer), , January 20, 1983 [Photograph on Internet], Glenn Gould Archive, National Library of Canada, available: Internet, accessed 2000, January 7.