8.187 Articles. Quoted titles of articles and features in periodicals and newspapers, chapters and part titles, titles of short stories or essays, and individual selections in books are set in roman type and enclosed in quotation marks. (If there are quotation marks in the original title, single quotation marks must be used, as in the fourth example.)
John S. Ellis’s article “Reconciling the Celt ,” appeared in the Journal of British Studies.
In chapter 3 of The Footnote, “How the Historian Found His Muse,” Anthony Grafton…
“Tom Outland’s Story,” by Willa Cather, …
The article “Schiller’s ‘Ode to Joy’ in Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony received unexpected attention.
8.188 Collected works. When two or more works, originally published as separate books, are included in a single volume, often as part of an author’s collected works, they are best italicized when quotedl
The editor’s introduction to the Critique of Pure Reason in Kant’s Collected Works,…
8.189 Parts of a book. Such generic terms as foreword, preface, acknowledges, introduction, appendix, bibliography, glossary and index, whether used in cross-references or in reference to another work, are lowercased and set in roman type.
The author states in her preface that…
For further documentation, see the appendix.
Full details are given in the bibliography.
The book contains a glossary, a subject index, and an index of names.
8,190 Numbered chapters, parts and so on. The words chapter, part, appendix, table, figure and the like are lowercased and spelled out in text (though sometimes abbreviated in parenthetical references). Numbers are given in arabic numerals, regardless of how they appear in the original. If letters are used, they may be upper- or lower case and are sometimes put in parentheses. See also 9.30-31.
This matter is discussed in chapter 4 and 5.
The latin text appears in appendix B.
The range is presented numerically in table 4.2 and diagrammed in figure 4.1.
These connections are illustrated in table A3.
Turn to section 5(a) for further examples.