In my heaping pamphlet collection there is a sub-collection of works with impossible, outsider-y, and stubbornly semi-confused titles that simply cannot be ignored--I mean the titles can't be ignored, though most of the time their texts beg to be.
Scorn Not That Which You Do Not Understand
is about as ungainly a title for a book that you could construct in eight words or less. Then there's
Total Omitters of Realities
a title which is as anti-compelling as the first but accomplishing that feat in half the words, and uses the plural of "reality" just for good measure. Creating another competing title in two words would be fairly improbable.
Then there are the pamphlets that have no titles on their covers, though they do have title pages, though they really don't look like it, even though they are. And even when they are what they seem to be not, they really aren't even that. Such is the case of
When Where and How do you see RED ask me one of the Million.
I have no idea what this pamphlet can be about.
Opened to a random page, I see in heavy underline "The human knower's point of view inside your head and mine and the power of the pen".
It is a mystery--it is also one of the few title pages I have seen that asks for the signature of a "witness".