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Merging work/edition of literary worksEdit
Hi, I happened to notice that you merged two items I'd created, one being the for the work and the other for the edition of "The Woman I Loved and the Woman Who Loved Me." Are you familiar with the standards developed by WikiProject Books requiring this two-layer structure? If not, please read Wikidata:WikiProject Books! For now, I've undone your merge. — Levana Taylor (talk) 15:45, 9 September 2020 (UTC)
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