In the fizzy comment section of last Tuesday's post, Dizzyheads responded to my heartstring-tugging praise of Dalkey Archive Press. The enigmatic S., discussing the work of David Markson, wrote:
Love S's P. Love also the B of DM. Have read everything EXCEPT W's M. (Why?)
"S's P" stands for Springer's Progress. "W's M" equals Wittgenstein's Mistress. "B" likely refers to Reader's Block.
What other writers give their books such syntactically uniform titles? (One author immediately comes to mind—but I'm interested to hear what you come up with.)