This name is misleading. This is not the real name of the book. OK, but why is it misleading, if it's mentioned in the article? Simple - there exists a book called Fermat's Last Theorem by Amir Aczel. Another Wikipedia article can be created on that book by Aczel itself.
I wanted to bring this to the attention of more experienced math editors here. --Jiujitsuguy (talk) 01:50, 16 September 2012 (UTC)
- Singh's own website lists the title as Fermat's Last Theorem . I know nothing about the book, but perhaps there is a different title for international publications? EDIT: In fact, that's exactly what the article says. matt (talk) 09:03, 16 September 2012 (UTC)
- I've asked on helpdesk about disambiguating Singh's book from Aczel's book, which will probably involve me doing another migrate (after I've discussed how best to deal with it). Obviously this is a bit pointless if no-ones going to create an article, so could people (Jiujitsuguy in particular) have a think about whether they would create an article and whether they should (is it notable etc, is it satisfactorily dealt with in the author's wiki page?). I've had a look at Amir Aczel and personally I feel his page could do with some love before we think about creating separate pages for his books ProtectheHuman (I'm not logged in, but I'm that guy) 22.214.171.124 (talk) 09:47, 17 October 2012 (UTC)