Gould, Italian jouney
Ok, I believe you :) Sorry for the trouble! Next time I have to try talk page first.--Wormsie 20:30, 10 September 2007 (UTC)
People's names used as article titles are always "Firstname Lastname". The link for this person, in the book listing, would [[Grace Andreacchi|Andreacchi, Grace]] in order to link to the page (before the |) and preserve the "Lastname, Firstname" format displayed in the list (after the |). siafu 23:49, 18 September 2007 (UTC)
Melusine (moved discussion)
Hello and I hope this is the right place to put this! I would like to request the reference be re-added to 'The Golden Dolphins' by author Grace Andreacchi. In going through to update to the new link, I noticed it had been taken out. I believe you are the gentleman who removed it as 'trivia'. Grace Andreacchi is a well-established author, with several books to her credit. The story is of real interest to those researching the Melusine theme and legend. The new link is here:  I hope you will reconsider adding this useful link. Thank you for your attention. Elisabethserafimovski (talk) —Preceding undated comment added 13:57, 2 May 2009 (UTC).
- Grace Andreacchi may be an established author, but that in itself isn't the main criteria whether the fact that she used a similar character in her work deserves mention on Melusine. That article is about the original character, not offshoot characters. So many folklore characters have been adapted so many different ways in fiction that it serves no purpose to list all of them on every article about the legend. As a general rule they should be major, famous examples. In this case it's some author who is not on the top tier of fame who incorporated something into a minor short story and not even one of her major works. If the content of the Grace Andreacchi short story is too trivial to mention on the Grace Andreacchi article itself, then it's obviously too trivial to mention anywhere else. DreamGuy (talk) 14:31, 2 May 2009 (UTC)