No. The titles of plays are to be italicized, not underlined.
The title should appear exactly as it does on the book, and be underlined or italicized.
Usually, for a paper on a high-school or college level, the title of a book is italicized.
In quotes. Title of book is italicized or underlined.
Songs are quoted the title of the CD is underlined
yes it should be underlined.
When referred to in another piece of writing, the title of a novel gets underlined.
No. A poetry title should be in quotes. However, a book of poetry or collection as a whole should be underlined. Epic poems like The Odyssey are also underlined.
For MLA or APA, do not underline the title.
Full novels should be underlined, but short stories and essays/articles are in quotes.
I think that it would be underlined because most titles for other things are underlined
A series of books should be treated in the same way as a book title: it should be itaticized (or underlined).
Underlined is a verb and an adjective. Verb (past tense of underline): The students underlined the title of the book in their reports. Adjective: an underlined word
Yes. A play is a major work, like a novel, so the title should be underlined, unless the play is a fairly short work, such as a one scene long tribute to another work. This would be too short to be considered a major play, so the title would be put in quotes. A play such as Shakespeare's Othello would be underlined or italicized, due to its length.
A story is underlined or in italics. A short story is in quotes.
According to MLA formatting, titles of plays are either underlined or italicized.
The title is always underlined in a piece of writing.
The proper citation for a magazine is within quote marks. "Atlantic Monthly" All the words in the title are capitalized. The title of a book is underlined.
books are underlined and poems or short stories are put in quotes
In APA formatting style books are underlined. In APA paper every longer works like books and journals are underlined.
Yes. A qualified yes. If the writing is standard print, then yes, the book title is underlined. However, the title may be italicized and not underlined. The basic rule is that names and titles that can contain smaller elements are underlined or italicized. Smaller elements such as song titles, poem titles, etc. at contained in quotation marks.
Yes it should