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Other books for inclusion

Strange tome This tome, titled On the Dissolution of Psyches, may have something to do with the changes in Sister Psyche's host, Aurora Borealis. You found it on a Circle of Thorns mystic.

Circle texts You recovered these dusty tomes from a Circle of Thorns base. They may help Azuria figure out how to help Sister Psyche. 18:48, 7 September 2007 (EDT) Storyteller 02:45, 12 April 2008 (UTC)

The Madeleine Casey's mission Get the tomes from the secret library lists a different book with every glowie, including a cooking book for the Eye of the Newt. I'm sure there's other times where glowies give names of books out there.

There is also the 'Zeitspielraumexperimente' in the mission Investegate the base ((Edit: link doesn't want to send to the actually mish)) in the Ubelman the Unknown arc, but I will be adding that one soon. TayJK 12:55, 18 September 2007 (EDT)

Books with 'The' in its title

What's the consensus on books with 'The' at the start of its title? Remove 'The' or keep it? Some books are getting special preference over it, so either keep it in all books which have it, or remove it from all of them? Obviously, this doesn't apply to books where it's not at the start, such as As If By an Occult Hand: Secrets Behind the News, and Hammer of the World: Incantations from the Abyss for example. Sera404 09:43, 20 October 2007 (EDT)

I've been following this rule of thumb - drop "The" unless the book title doesn't make sense without it. Examples: The Real Faultline, The Truth.--GreyDog 16:59, 11 April 2008 (UTC)
>.> actually.. isn't the normal litterary rule to put the 'the' after a , at the end of the title? for example: "Truth, the" or "Hammer of the World, The"? <.< not that, that sounds quite right either but.. --Sleepy Kitty 00:36, 12 April 2008 (UTC)
In cases where I felt "The" was necessary, that's exactly what I did.--GreyDog 17:31, 15 April 2008 (UTC)