Use italics when referring to the title of a book, magazine, journal or newspaper. When you want to mention the title of a particular chapter or an article, use quotation marks around the name.
She loved reading Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Her favourite chapter was “The Firebolt”. It had a major plot twist.
Did you read the article, “The Art of Happiness” that appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald on Sunday?
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