Appears in records as part of the title proper or as the subtitle in a separate subfield.
A secondary, often explanatory, title. Subtitles may appear in records as part of the title proper or in a separate subfield.
Additonal title information or a secondary title usually used expand or limit the title proper.
secondary or explanatory title
a descriptive phrase explaining the scope
a secondary title used to amplify or state certain limitations of the main title
Portion of a work's title following the semicolon or colon. For example, in the title Appraising Personality: An Introduction, the words An Introduction constitute the subtitle.
A descriptive phrase which clarifies or explains a main title.
A secondary title that usually gives an indication of the scope of the work. able of contents - The list of chapter headings, subheadings, etc., usually found at the beginning of a publication.
an explanatory phrase following a main title (e.g., Volcanoes of North America :a reading lesson for students of geography and geology).
A secondary title, often used to expand or to limit the main title.
An explanatory part which sometimes follows the main title, for example: Nothing but You: Love Stories from the New Yorker.
the explanatory title in a report
an explanatory phrase following a main title. Go To
A sentence or phrase that appears after the title of a book.
In books and other works, a subtitle is an explanatory or alternate title. For example, Mary Shelley used a subtitle to give her most famous novel, Frankenstein; or, the Modern Prometheus, an alternate title to give a hint of the theme. There are at least eight books in English that carry the subtitle Virtue Rewarded.