If the title of an essay I am citing is also the name of a work that normally appears in italics, how should I style the name of the essay?
If the title of an essay consists solely of the title of a work normally styled in italics, the title of the work should be both italicized and enclosed in quotation marks: In the essay “The Portrait of a Lady,” about Henry James’s novel The Portrait of a Lady, the author provides a detailed character study of . . .
Published 21 August 2018