I wanted to send a reading list to my dad about the state of the economy. One such commentator is known by the nickname "Dr. Doom". I went to write:
- "Dr. Doom's" view is ... but that didn't look right because his name is Dr. Doom, not Dr. Doom's, so I tried
- "Dr. Doom"'s view is ... but that looked pretty terrible because I have three apostrophes in a row making it look like some crazy emoticon or something.
This might not have a solution. My question is how to correctly use "double quotes" around "nouns" that are in the "possessive form"?