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Book Title Grammar?

 
 
karl92
 
Reply Mon 22 Jun, 2015 03:53 am
If I were to title a book 'The Word Ambidextrous', would the grammar be okay? Ought it to be 'The Word 'Ambidextrous''? The latter looks right, but it looks bad in a book title. Any ideas?
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Reply Mon 22 Jun, 2015 04:17 am
@karl92,

I think it would be okay. You don't have to worry too much about grammar in a title anyway. Some titles are deliberately awkward so as to be eye-catching.

How about

Ambidextrous: The Word? Maybe not.
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