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I have almost exactly the same question as asked in Using multibib without an extra title, however, with a different documentclass: amsart.

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Using the same approach as gernot in his answer, you can define \removebibheader as:

\makeatletter
\newcommand{\removebibheader}{%
  \let\@bibtitlestyle\relax
}
\makeatother

You would then place the command before the bibliography, surrounding it by block quotes:

{\removebibheader
 \bibliographynovels{novels}
}
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  • Thanks! This does the job. However, if the respective reference list is preceded by a subsection (with no text in between), it also shrinks the heading of the subsection to smallfont. – GabiFuh Aug 28 '19 at 9:51
  • The heading is set to the \bibliofont, which is defined in amsart as \footnotesize, because by nullifying the \@bibtitlestyle we also nullified the code in \@startsection that started a new paragraph. You can fix this by adding this line of code to the definition of \removebibheader: \if@noskipsec \leavevmode \fi\par – BrianBartling Aug 28 '19 at 14:09

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