"—a few plain words—"My Heart Laid Bare." But—this little book must be true to its title."
So I stumbled open an OR thread for this, a really old one from when it had just stopped being THAT, and I figured we needed it here. I think some people have already mentioned ideas back in the first thread (and they're welcome to repost them here), but it's still fun to speculate on the very first thing: The Title.
[fuh-mil-yer] Show IPA
commonly or generally known or seen: a familiar sight.
well-acquainted; thoroughly conversant: to be familiar with a subject.
informal; easygoing; unceremonious; unconstrained: to write in a familiar style.
closely intimate or personal: a familiar friend; to be on familiar terms.
unduly intimate; too personal; taking liberties; presuming: The duchess disliked familiar servants.
of or pertaining to a family or household.
a familiar friend or associate.
Witchcraft and Demonology .
an animal, as a cat, that embodies a supernatural spirit and aids a witch in performing magic.
Roman Catholic Church .
an officer of the Inquisition, employed to arrest accused or suspected persons.
a person who belongs to the household of the pope or of a bishop, rendering domestic though not menial service.
In any case; go wild.