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1. The Davinci Code is the most exciting book I've ever read.

2. The Da Vinci Code is the most exciting book I've ever read.

(Which title is right? Can we omit 'the'?)

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    The complete title is this: The Da Vinci Code. You cannot omit The.

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    The title of this book is The Da Vinci Code.

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