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Italics and Quotations with Titles - Exercise 1
Each sentence below contains one or more titles. Indicate whether each title should be written in italics or put inside quotation marks by clicking the appropriate button after each phrase. When you are finished, click on the "Check My Work" button at the bottom of the page.

1. Charlotte Perkins Gilman's short story The Yellow Wallpaper (   ) is featured in many college anthologies.

2. The Naval Chronicle (   ) features many elegiac poems such as The Death of Nelson (   )

3. When Leonardo Da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa(   ) , he probably had no idea how famous her mysterious smile would become.

4. The London Times (   ) front page displays a picture of a wanted criminal with the heading Mass Murderer Still Runs Loose (   )

5. That Thing You Do (   ) was a popular movie based on the popular song That Thing You Do (   )

6. A seventh grade science text book includes the article My Bare Bones (   ) in the Human Anatomy (   ) chapter.

7. Vanity Fair (   ), a chic magazine, has much competition but no equal.

8. Lord Byron's mock epic poem Don Juan(   ) is one of his greatest and most entertaining works.

9. I've seen West Side Story (   ) on Broadway countless times; I can't get enough of Tony's famous song Maria (   )

10. The H.M.S. Victory (   ) sailed the English Channel in the eighteenth century.


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