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Although writers can copyright the text of novels or nonfiction books

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Although writers can copyright the text of novels or nonfiction books that they write, they cannot copyright their pieces' titles. Therefore, writers should be allowed to copyright any inscriptions that they include in their work.

Which of the following, if included as a premise in the argument above, would make its conclusion more logical?

[A] In most cases, text is less likely to be plagiarized than are titles.

[B] Copyright laws vary for different types of fiction and nonfiction.

[C] Writers are often more widely known for the titles of their books than for their books' contents.

[D] A book’s title is an essential part of that book.

[E] By the guidelines used to determine copyrights, inscriptions are more similar to text than to titles.
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Allow to Copyright --> the text of novels or nonfiction books

Not Allow to Copyright --> Titles.

Conclusion: They can copyright inscriptions.

Pre Thinking: Inscriptions are not titles. They are similar to text or non fiction books.

[A] In most cases, text is less likely to be plagiarized than are titles. --> plagiarism is OFS.

[B] Copyright laws vary for different types of fiction and nonfiction. --> Fiction books are not discussed anywhere.

[C] Writers are often more widely known for the titles of their books than for their books' contents. --> How are authors known is OFS.

[D] A book’s title is an essential part of that book. --> Who said so?

[E] By the guidelines used to determine copyrights, inscriptions are more similar to text than to titles. --> As per our prethinking.
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