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[Forum] titles
According to CMOS 17.157, "Book titles and other normally italicized terms remain italicized within an article title." The example given that I think applies here (although in bibliography format) is: Loften, Peter. “Reverberations between Wordplay and Swordplay in [i]Hamlet[/i].” Aeolian Studies

[Forum] RE: Titles within Italicized Text
The gossip column text is italicized to make it stand out from the rest of the prose in the book. I do the same with letters in a book. I will unitalicized the play title. Thank you for your help.

[Forum] Game Names
Should computer games such as [i]World of Warcraft[/i] be italicized in a text in accordance with the rule on composition/book titles (Chicago 8.189)? If so, should board game titles such as [i]Monopoly[/i] and [i]Cluedo[/i] also be italicized? Many thanks, Deirdre

[Forum] Re: Possesstive of italicized name
Wikipedia's style guide indicates that the apostrophe-[i]s[/i] should not be italicized, which makes sense to me, as it is not part of the vessel's name. You could also sidestep the issue by recasting the sentence (e.g., "the

[Forum] RE: Words as Words
Of course there is a rule for this, with [i]Gone with the Wind[/i] as example, no less! 7.28 Possessive with italicized or quoted terms As with plurals, when an italicized term appears in roman text, the possessive s should be set in roman. When the last element is plural in form, add only an ap

[Forum] RE: Italicized dialogue, quotation marks
I'd like to keep the internal dialogue italicized. There's a lot of it, and a lot of spoken dialogue, and I need to differentiate between them.

[Forum] RE: Names of ships
I agree with RGJaxon that CMoS says to italicize ship names. I've read a lot of military science fiction where battles are reported (sometimes seemingly endlessly). The ship names are always italicized, regardless of frequency. I am encountering a different issue regarding the names of ships. Cur

[Forum] Should the name of a musical instrument in a foreign language be italicized?
Should the names of musical instruments be italicized if they are in a language other than English?

[Forum] RE: italics
Do they, though? I saw it italicized in the entry and almost went with it, but then I thought, [i]Are they just italicizing the word I looked up?[/i] I looked up the common word "day" to compare, and "day" was italicized throughout the entry too, so I didn't find M-W conclusive on this, thus how

[Forum] RE: Fictional newspaper
I beg to differ. The official name is [i]The New York Times[/i], so "The" would be italicized and capitalized. Check out a copy--"The" is part of the name. Same goes for [i]The Wall Street Journal[/i]. So if "The" is part of the fictional name, it would be italicized and capitalized. But who woul

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