Extremely long titles and conventional titles usually condensed may be shortened in your prose and in your works-cited list. Extremely Long Titles Some works, particularly older ones, have very long titles, such as this treatise by the seventeenth-century English physician John Bulwer: Philocophus; or, The Deafe and Dumbe Mans Friend, Exhibiting the Philosophical Verity of That Subtile Art, . . .
Published 7 March 2018