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    the destruction, a destruction, destruction - TITLE

    When I want to have a title of a fictional story, what should I use?

    "The Destruction of London"

    or

    "A Destruction of London"

    or

    "Destruction of London"


    I repeat that it's a title of a short fictional story.

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    Re: the destruction, a destruction, destruction - TITLE

    I'd probably go for the first, unless you wish to imply that it is one of many such events, in which case you could use the second, though it looks a bit odd.


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    Re: the destruction, a destruction, destruction - TITLE

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    I'd probably go for the first, unless you wish to imply that it is one of many such events, in which case you could use the second, though it looks a bit odd.
    Thank you very much.
    Last edited by thx0110; 24-Jan-2010 at 19:02.

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