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I saw a book for children with the simple title, "Spot and I". I believe this should be "Spot and Me", since it is not a complete sentence, and both I and Me are 1st person singular pronouns, which means that they are used by one person to refer to himself or herself. I would be the subject pronoun if the words were used in a complete sentence, and Me would be the object of the verb, if, for instance, the sentence was, "Spot and I ran through the field". But this is not a sentence, so I seems wrong to me. Thoughts?

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