bigdgp Posted December 11, 2010 Share Posted December 11, 2010 So this may sound like a stupid question for an aspiring English PhD student to be asking, but c'mon, we all have those embarrassing gaps in our knowledge. I know that at least a few of you out there rely on spell check to remind you that "committee" actually does have two "m's," two "t's" and two "e's." Please answer and try not to make too much fun of me. When listing The Holy Bible in a works cited, is one supposed to use alphabetize using "the" or "holy?" I know that normally "the" is supposed to be skipped when alphabetizing. However, there are certain cases where it is more than just a demonstrative article, and it seems like this is one of those cases. If it is conventional to go by "holy," is it at least a gray area? Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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