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5.6 - A Chorus Line
A Chorus Line centers on seventeen Broadway dancers auditioning for spots on a chorus line. One of the most popular songs from the show is One! Singular sensation...
Read a book with a single word title. Subtitles should be ignored. Articles must be considered.


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Diana wrote: "Just want to verify if Corkscrew – the highly improbable, but occasionally true, tale of a professional wine buyer qualifies. Thanks."

Yes, it just needed a librarian correction.


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Nicole | 1314 comments Just because I am always second guessing myself...

Educated: A Memoir- in the title "A Memoir" is a subtitle correct? Therefore this book works?


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Nicole wrote: "Just because I am always second guessing myself...

Educated: A Memoir- in the title "A Memoir" is a subtitle correct? Therefore this book works?"


The title appears before the colon.


Lost Planet Airman | 179 comments Does Babel-17 count for one word? I never know the right grammar for hyphenated words.


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Mike wrote: "Does Babel-17 count for one word? I never know the right grammar for hyphenated words."

From FAQ
Essentially, a "word" in a title is a string of letters/symbols/punctuation marks with no spaces. So, a contraction is one word, as is a hyphenated word.


Lost Planet Airman | 179 comments Dlmrose wrote: "Mike wrote: "Does Babel-17 count for one word? I never know the right grammar for hyphenated words."

From FAQ
Essentially, a "word" in a title is a string of letters/symbols/punctua..."


Thanks! I read the rules again, but forgot about the FAQ!


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