“The subtitle is there for those who want it,” Martin Amis told New York last month.
The subtitle says it all: How Affirmative Action Hurts Students Its Intended to Help and Why Universities Won't Admit It.
The disconnect points ironically to the subtitle of this book and the concept of liberalism.
His subtitle puts it nicely: “Assholism, the First Sixty Years.”
Baker's subtitle tells his story: "Making Markets Progressive."
It is pragmatism as method which is emphasized, I take it, in the subtitle, "a new name for some old ways of thinking."
A subtitle announced: "He had put a permanent wave in Marcel."
subtitle, sub′tī-tl, n. an additional or second title to a book, a half-title.
The subtitle, Bunk House Philosophy, characterizes the book.
Page A-4, subtitle of "Prisoners of Fortune" small-capped to match rest of usage in text.