Hi. Please help. Which is correct? Does the word "which" in the phrase "which title" shows possession like "whose title"? Let us pretend the Xs in the parentheses represent the title of the book. Also, I don't think we can use the word "whose" to reference a story. I think we can use it to reference a group of people, though.

Next, we will read a story whose title/ which title/ the title of which is "XXX."
AnonymousNext, we will read a story whose title/ which title/ the title of which is "XXX.
I probably shouldn't have answered this. Personally, I say, "We shall read a story whose title is XXX." But I've been told that "whose" is only for people.

"Which title" is definitely incorrect.

"The title of which" is definitely correct.

You could say, We shall read the poem, "Mary Had A Little Lamb," which/whose title often evokes a laugh.

If you say, "which title" you're referring to "Mary Had A Little Lamb" as a title.

If you say, "whose title" you're referring to the poem as an entity.

This use of "which" is a little uncommon, but I like it.

I've decided to quit my job, which decision I'll probably regret. ("Which" refers to the whole main clause.)

"Decision" is optional in this particular case.

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