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Title and identification

Make sure your essay has a title. It should not be italicized or put in quotation marks (if you are giving the title of a book or essay, or using a quotation in your title, then you use the appropriate style). The title should be more than a bare-bones identifier (like Essay #1 or Essay on Management). It should signal to the reader what your essay is about (like Deming's Total Quality Management Perspective or Jefferson on Slavery).

  A common academic device to create a bit of elegance is to use a title and subtitle, separating them with a colon. Typically the titles are balanced so that one is broad and the other narrow, or one uses a key term and the other starts to delimit and explain it:

  "Mysteries of State: An Absolute Concept and its Late Medieval Origins"

  Often you'll see a pithy quoted fragment before the colon:

  "'Hell Strives With Grace': Reflections on the Theme of Providence in Marlowe"

  Besides the title, you need to put your name, the date, the professor's name, and the course title (including section).

  For short essays you may or may not have a separate title page, depending on whether your teacher expects it.

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