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Related to One-Letter Name, works with a One Letter Title are exactly that: works that are titled with a single letter, of whatever script.
26 Latin Alphabet Examples:
- A is an album, a Jethro Tull one.
- b is a tabloid by the Baltimore Sun.
- C is a language that's good with runtime.
- D is a Bollywood film about crime.
- E! is a network for gossip when bored.
- F is a series of trucks made by Ford.
- G. is a movie, one that's quite "grand".
- "H." is a hit by a "tool"-ish rock band.
- i was a network, now ION TV.
- j is a label that's owned by Sony.
- K is a record, Kula Shaker twirled.
- L titles a film, while Changing The World.
- M is a picture that stars Peter Lorre.
- N is a game where a ninja gets glory.
- "O" is Othello, except in high school!
- P was Johnny Depp's band. Pretty cool.
- Q is a flick about a big flying snake.
- R. is a CD that Kelly did make.
- S was a short-living group of K-Pop.
- T is a Mister that cancer can't stop.
- "U" is by Pearl Jam, released in 'nine-eight.
- V has an alien metaphor. Great.
- W.'s a biopic of George Bush Two.
- X is a manga that CLAMP did debut.
- Y is a comic about the Last Man.
- Z ends our list with a big junta ban.
More examples below, except not in verse.
And because they are not, it is so much better.
More Latin Alphabet Examples:
- A tripped-out conversation novel by Andy Warhol.
- A band who is known for their song "Nothing".
- A song by Knorkator which consists of the four verses "A", "A", "A", and "A".
- A song by the Barenaked Ladies.
- A song by the Billy Naylor Band, mostly revolving around the five vowels in the English alphabet (not counting sometimes-vowel Y).
- An instrumental piece by DJ Amuro, which appeared in beatmania IIDX and Dance Dance Revolution Extreme
- A song by South Korean boy band GOT7.
- A song by South Korean girl group Rainbow.
- [e] is the title of Epik High's 6th full-length album.
- G: John Berger's Booker Prize winning novel about "G", a Don Juan-like figure.
- An Elizabeth Shepard found-document novel about an autistic boy's letters from summer camp.
- Also a French Live-Action TV Hospital comedy.
- A song by Black Sabbath. KISS also did one, but the fans won't admit it. Neither will the band, who even forgot how to sing it.
- Also a rather good EP by Meshuggah, and the only song contained therein.
- And a side project of Immortal's frontman Abbath.
- And a Bad Brains song.
- i: A news-digest of The Independent.
- Also, an album by The Magnetic Fields, where appropriately enough, all the song titles start with "I".
- K is a multimedia (anime/manga/novels) series revolving around supernatural Kings.
- A South Korean movie.
- A novel by Norwegian author Erlend Loe.
- An album by Godley and Creme (of 10cc).
- q is an arts and culture radio talk show on CBC formerly hosted by Jian Ghomeshi.
- A science fiction space simulator series by Egosoft.
- A Japan-only Game Boy game.
- An episode of Teen Titans.
- A Los Angeles Punk Rock band from The '80s.
- An Australian punk band, also from The '80s.
- A Def Leppard album.
- An instrumental song by the Red Crayola.
- Also how X Japan called themselves before going international.
- Y: The first album by British band The Pop Group.
- A song by iamamiwhoami from album bounty
Non-Latin Alphabet Examples
- The Petriculture Cycle: "π" is the title of the fourth story.
- "?" is an episode in the second season of Lost.
- Ё (pronounced "Yo") is a Russian planned hybrid electric car.
- A novel called The Aleph, but spelled out.
- In-universe example: in a Soviet comedy "Операция Ы и другие приключения Шурика" (Operation Y and Shurik's Other Adventures), Ineffectual Sympathetic Villains trio call the planned operation "Y", "so that nobody would guess it".
- Mister Mosquito's Japanese name is simply 蚊 (Ka, meaning "Mosquito").
- Person of Interest Season 3, Episode 17: "/". "/" is the root directory for a Unix or Linux operating system. Root Path was mentioned as the title on IMDb, which is at least somewhat accurate.
- A 1971 film starring Warren Beatty and Goldie Hawn about an Outlaw Couple robbing a bank was titled simply $.