Do You Underline or Italicize Book Titles?


Underlining and italics both have a use in adding emphasis to book titles. If writing by hand underline the book titles. If working on a word processor, use italics.
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If you are writing by hand (ink or pencil) then you underline book titles. If you are typing, then put book titles in italics. The names of poems or short stories are put with quoations.Chapter
You can do either one, they're both acceptable. Just don't do both at the same time! :
The Chicago Manual of style recommends italicizing
In APA format, you put web site titles in italics - the same goes for MLA style. Before computers really took hold, underlining used to be more common place. report this answer. Updated
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Both the MLA and the APA style guides require book titles to be either italicized or underlined. If you are following the Chicago Manual of Style, book titles must be italicized.
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