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Well-founded in normal English. (meaning based on good reasoning) Either in the technical set theory sense. See the opening paragraph of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Well-founded_relation


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Regardless of simplicity, you have to go with "a story by Jane". "Jane's story" would likely be interpreted as a story about Jane. Possibly, if you add some additional description, it might avoid such confusion. For example: "Jane's Story about Butterflies"


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