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Today’s workout, “Titles of Books and Articles,” centers on sections 8.166–78 of CMOS 16. Advanced editors might tackle the questions cold; learners can study those sections of the Manual before answering the questions.
Remember: The workouts are all about Chicago! If you’re an expert in MLA, AP, or New York Times style, you might be surprised to find that your instincts don’t quite match Chicago’s. That doesn’t mean that your answer is necessarily “wrong”—it just means it isn’t Chicago style.
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[Editor’s update: These styles did not change in the 17th edition, although their section numbers may have changed.]
Chicago Style Workout 4: Titles of Books and Articles
Note: These questions are designed to test knowledge of The Chicago Manual of Style. Other style guides may have different rules and guidelines. The first five items are true/false statements, and the last five ask you to judge whether the example does or does not follow Chicago style.
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Photo: Manuscripts and Archives Division, Sports, Boxing, Women in Trylon and Perisphere Sweaters Boxing, New York Public Library Digital Collections, accessed February 18, 2016.
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Titles of Books and Articles”
In question 9, would the period be included inside the quotation marks?
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