According to MLA style, what is the correct way to identify titles of books in citations? A. quotes B. italics C. bold text D. underlining
According to MLA citation style, book titles should be given in italics. A title is enclosed by quotation marks if a text or film piece is part of a larger work. These would include a chapter title, a poem or short story from a published collection, a tv episode, a song title, or a magazing article. Larger, stand-alone works are put in italics. So book titles, movie titles, magazine names, tv series names, album titles. Quotation marks are tiny, while italics affect the entire title; so remember small works = quotation marks, large works = italics.