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Formatting titles of literature and art

Use italics for the titles of works of literature and art, such as books, pamphlets, films (including short films), television series, music albums, and paintings. The titles of articles, chapters, songs, television episodes, and other short works are not italicized; instead, they're enclosed in double quotation marks.

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General formatting