Author talk:Ethel Lynn Beers
"Which Shall It Be" doesn't have a question mark in the title; if one clicks on it, one can see that. In the poem, it does have it. But, not in the title. Yet, when I remove the question mark from the title, it states that that "article" hasn't been written yet.
Doesn't make sense to me.
Nammage 3:47, 23 February, 2008.
- I don't know the poem, but I did a search on Google, using the line "A house and land while you shall live". The first few hits I got had the question mark in the title. I'm not sure if you're just pointing out that what we have isn't consistent (page name not matching title in the header), or if you're stating that you know for a fact (perhaps through having a very reliable printed edition) that the question mark is not supposed to be there. If that's what you mean, and if you're quite sure of it, then go to Which Shall It Be?, and click on the "move" button at the top of the page, and then move the page to Which Shall It Be. You'll find the "new title" is already filled in, and is the same as the old title, so just remove the question mark, and in the box for the reason, state that the title was inaccurate. If you get into any difficulties, leave a note on my talk page, and I'll help you. I'm not going to move the page myself, because I'm not sure that the title shouldn't have a question mark. If you are sure, then go ahead. Cowardly Lion 00:04, 26 February 2008 (UTC)