What's up with "titled" and "entitled"?
Therefore, both of these are correct:
- I found a book entitled The Great Gatsby.
- I found a book titled The Great Gatsby.
On a side note, it’s important to remember that “entitled” also has a different meaning, which “titled” doesn’t share: “to give someone a legal right or just claim to do something”:
- As human beings, we are entitled to basic rights and freedoms, regardless of gender, race, or religion.
- This ticket entitles you to board this ship and take a voyage you’ll never forget.