Apparently Christopher Hitchens and Salman Rushdie played this word game called "titles that didn't quite make it." Some examples were For Whom The Bell Rings, A Farewell to Weapons, The Catcher In The Wheat, Toby Dick, To Kill A Hummingbird, The Big Gatsby and Good Expectations.
To this, I would like to add: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Rhinestone The Currants of Wrath The Adventures of Raspberry Finn 50 Shades of Technicolor Auburn October Batman: The Dark Squire Rises
Rendering Plant-Five Gone with the Breeze Comrade Kane Minor-age Lord Fauntleroy The Unemployed Circus Carny of Oz A Succession of Semi-Tragic Mishaps The Age of Sexual Repression Tess Darbyfield The Woman in Pale Ecru The Name of the Hydrangea Circle of Acquaintances
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