I know that the following question is already asked but I need more specific grammar clarification.

I want to avoid giving title of a book by using "X's Y", but want to use "Y of X". Look the following example and give me more clear answer to the doubts:

"an invisible love within the sanctuary's veil"

To be changed VEIL + OF + SANCTUARY

But what differences?
- An invisible love within the veil of sanctuary
- An invisible love within veil of the sanctuary
- An invisible love within the veil of the sanctuary

Which one is more correct, and what do you recommend for the title?

  • This doesn't seem to have anything to do with grammar. A book title can be whatever you want. – Hot Licks Feb 6 at 22:04
  • Hot Licks: Than, which one would you prefer to see on a bookshelf? – user7113370 Feb 6 at 22:05
  • Well, "Veil of Secrecy" sounds better than "Secrecy's Veil". – Hot Licks Feb 6 at 22:09
  • What about placing "the"? – user7113370 Feb 6 at 22:41
  • Welcome to EL&U. Regrettably, I'm flagging this question for closure: proofreading questions ("Is this correct?", "Is there a better way to write this passage?") are off-topic, and so is a request for recommendations. For further guidance, see How to Ask and take the EL&U Tour. :-) – Chappo Feb 6 at 22:47

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