At Bridge's End or At a Bridge's End

Reply Tue 26 Apr, 2016 10:46 pm
I have a story that needs an English title. The story is about an old bridge that was going to be demolished and a person is sad since he had been playing his music on that bridge for years. I wonder which one of the above is better? or just "A bridge's end"? I want to use "At bridge's end" just like "At world's end", but not quite sure.
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Reply Wed 27 Apr, 2016 02:29 am
Either one of those would be acceptable--the more so as titles of literary works are an area in which one may show some poetic license. I see no reason for you not to use "At Bridge's End."
Reply Thu 28 Apr, 2016 07:17 am
Thank you Setanta!
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mark noble
Reply Sun 1 May, 2016 06:49 am
There is a town, 20 miles from me, called 'penybont' (Bridgend).
'Bridgend', or 'Bridge's end'.
No need for 'at'.
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