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Elizabethan fantasy titling poll

Poll #610951 Non-binding The Stratford Man second half titling question

Considering that it looks as if I am going to have to chunk the 1200-page ur-manuscript of The Stratford Man up into two pieces, and because a title like The Stratford Man Part One: The Comedies, a Novel of the Promethean Age is not so good, and considering likewise that the second title should probably have something to do with poor dead Kit, which of these titles would you prefer? (If you've read the book(s), so much the better) (and thanks to various for title suggestions, especially the silly ones that Marketing Would Have Something To Say About)

The Devil's Apprentice
31(23.7%)
The Queen's Man
11(8.4%)
The Expurgated Poet
7(5.3%)
The Cambridge Scholar
2(1.5%)
The University Wit
1(0.8%)
That Smug Papistical Sodomite
7(5.3%)
The Dueling, Boy-Loving Poet We Don't Talk About
6(4.6%)
The Poet Expatriate
8(6.1%)
The Devil's Kitten
11(8.4%)
Other (elaborate in comments, please--suggestions should ideally follow the The Adjective Noun format, and historical or literary relevance is preferred. As are implications of snarky dismissiveness, as per The Stratford Man)
4(3.1%)


And yes, I'm particularly pleased to be titling a book after somebody who dies shortly before page one of the previous volume.

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Tags: will & kit's bogus journey
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