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If I produce and distribute a book made up of derivatives of others copyrighted work, that is obtained through licensing and appropriately attributed on the copyright page and with each image individually - can I copyright the book itself? Or, does the book remain without copyright, the original artists holding all rights (and attributed thus), the derivative artists acknowledged, and the title of the book perhaps trademarked?