To clarify on capitalization, rule for capitalization is that you capitalize the first letter of the first word and all significant words save for conjunctions (and, but, or, ect.) and articles (the, a/an). Take the following title:
"The Prince and the Woman He Loved"
You'll note that the word "the" occurs twice. In the first instance, it is capitalized as it is the first word in the title, while the second instance does not capitalize it.
When ordering the book Alphabetically, the first significant word is used, so it would go in "P" for "prince" not "T" For "the" and would typically be written "Prince and the Woman He Loved, The". Typically, this rule only applies to articles as leading conjunctions would be alphabetically arranged by the first word. Citations may opt for a significant word, however.