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An author uses a book's title to give important information about the contents of the book to the reader. Writers often claim that choosing a title is one of the most important aspects of publishing a written work. More »

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The best way to determine both the title and author of a book on the basis of a plot synopsis is to employ a website, such as Reference.com or Wikipedia.org, that can search specific details of the book. Both these websi... More »

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