Title main Entry
In cases, where the Main Entry is to be provided under the title of the work as per the Rules of AACR-2R, the skeleton entry looks slightly different. The Title statement commences on the Main Line and continues form the second indention till the completion of the body of the entry. That is to say till the completion of the Imprint. From the second line onwards the body of the entry 'hangs on' to the second indention. This type of indention is known as 'hanging indention'. In such an entry the physical description area, series area, note area, tracing, and call number are provided in the same way as in any other main entry.
The illustration given below will help you to understand hanging indention better.
Since the Main Entry is given under the title itself you need not give an added entry again for the title. So, in the Tracing Section, title is not mentioned. But when there is an alternative title, or a distinctive sub-title, or in some cases where there is a parallel title you may have to give added entries for them.