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Style Guide|Eighteenth-Century Life


When an original non-English title and its translation appear together in the text, the first version (whether original or translation) takes the form of an original title, and the second version is always enclosed in parentheses and italicized:

The first time I read Mi nombre es Roberto (My Name Is Roberto) was probably in the summer of 1989.
The first time I read My Name Is Roberto (Mi nombre es Roberto) was probably in the summer of 1989.


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