I would be grateful if you could please answer this question
What is the better to say and to write as a title for an essay or article?
My father and I -OR- Me and my father
please answer my question
rj, I would argue that either of those phrases would be acceptable titles. And of course, the use of 'i' and 'me' depends on whatever situation the title refers to.
Me and my father, colloquial in form, could suggest either a very close relationship between the daughter and the father or a relationship that is focused on the writer's personality and role.
You ... could call the essay "Us".
I would query termining 'my father and me' colloquial.
Yes, as a title it could seem a little more informal but the phrase is grammatically solid.
Damn this hook of mine!: typo for 'terming'; in fact, what I wanted to say in a plainer English way was: I would bring into question calling...etc
Yes, but the point of my reply was to pick up on the fact that both you and Banderas termed the form 'colloquial', which I don't believe it is.