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Find Out How Popular Novels Got Their Titles

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Just think about all of the books that you love and you read time and time again. You can easily provide their names. To Kill a Mockingbird, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, One Hundred Years of Solitude, Pride and Prejudice, A Clockwork Orange – these are just some of the titles that stand out immediately because of their creativity.

Coming up with the perfect title is far from an easy task. Anyone who’d ever written an essay can confirm that. A lot of brilliance and sharp thought will be required to make the perfect decision.

The stories of famous book titles are sometimes surprising. Many people believe that authors are the people who produce the spectacular headlines. This isn’t always the case. Just like everybody else, the most brilliant writers in the world have sometimes struggled with writer’s block.

So, how did the world’s most famous and beloved novels get their titles? The following infographic will shed some light on the mystery.

You’ll learn a bit more about classics like Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Dracula, Pride and Prejudice, Gone with the Wind and All Quiet on the Western Front among many others. Very often, brilliant translators and editors have contributed to these memorable titles. Please take a look at the infographic and don’t forget to share the story that you like the most with us.

This infographic was created by Top Aussie Writers.

Just think about all of the books that you love and you read time and time again. You can easily provide their names. To Kill a Mockingbird, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, One Hundred Years of Solitude, Pride and Prejudice, A Clockwork Orange – these are just some of the titles that stand out immediately because of their creativity. Coming up with the perfect title is far from an easy task. Anyone who’d ever written an essay can confirm that. A lot of brilliance and sharp thought will be required to make the perfect decision. The stories of famous book titles are sometimes surprising. Many people believe that authors are the people who produce the spectacular headlines. This isn’t always the case. Just like everybody else, the most brilliant writers in the world have sometimes struggled with writer’s block. So, how did the world’s most famous and beloved novels get their titles? The following infographic will shed some light on the mystery. You’ll learn a bit more about classics like Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Dracula, Pride and Prejudice, Gone with the Wind and All Quiet on the Western Front among many others. Very often, brilliant translators and editors have contributed to these memorable titles. Please take a look at the infographic and don’t forget to share the story that you like the most with us. This infographic was created by Top Aussie Writers.

Score from the experts at Killer Infographics

Visual Communication - 40%
Design - 45%
Content/Script - 55%
Usability - 60%

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Final Grade

This infographic presents a list of books as well as some information on the origin of their titles. The vertical structure keeps everything well organized, and each item has consistent components within its section. The design and information, however, present some questions. While the focus of the piece is about books, the images come from their movies. This, in turn, makes the visual emphasis on the books' contents rather than their titles or on the information included in the text. While the copy itself does address the origin story of some of the titles, others simply offer variations rather than how the final title was chosen. There's some interesting information here, but this piece could benefit from additional clarity. We'd give this an F.

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