|A rose by any other name, quoth the Bard, would smell as sweet...
But would it? Samuel Butler thought The Ancient Mariner would bomb as The Old Sailor. And The Great Gatsby just wouldnt be the same with its original title, Trimalchio in West Egg.
In search of the perfect title, many authors turn to other sources. Faithful reader and ace last-worder Roy Meador 51 sends this challenge to all Trojan title-finders: Can you pinpoint the origins of the following titles?
|1. We are looking for both the name of the crooner and the title of the song described in each of the 10 clues.
2. Send us your answers by mail, fax or e-mail (see right) so that we receive them by March 12. Be sure to include your name and mailing address on your entry.
3. We will award up to five $30 gift certificates from Borders Books and Music to those crooner-cognizant readers who send us the correct answers to all 10 questions. If more than five crooner-cognizant readers send in the correct answers before the deadline, we will draw the winners by lot.
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