by Durgananda
(Kolkata, India)

1) Should there be a comma (or no comma, or a fullstop) at the end of each item in a BULLETED list?

2) When referring to titles of books in running text, should the entire title be in all-cap or in italic, for example,

"In his book The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (this in italics), Mark Twain refers to" or, "In his book THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER, Mark Twain refers to"?

Thank you.
--Swami Durgananda

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