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I have a question concerning titles used in a different format in direct quotation. For example if I am quoting a New York Times Book review, and their convention is to put titles in double quotation marks, do I keep it as it is or italicize it? If I want to quote the following passage for example: "Unlike other books about the prelude to World War II, “Appeasement” avoids narrowing in on a single event (Munich) or individual (Chamberlain) in favor of a more comprehensive and immersive account, beginning with Hitler’s appointment as German chancellor in 1933 and ending in 1940." I know I have to italicize the book title Appeasement in my main text, but what about in the case above where it is quoted? Do I change it to italics or just single quotation marks?
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