The actual name of the work is unecessary. It's presumed to be
the whole work the notice is attached to. Why raise a question
on which part you're copyrighting? As Andrew mentions later,
the "all rights reserved" gives additional protection in some
countries. (Have forgotten what the protections are.)
>The only extra legal merit this holds is that people can't claim
Correct. But note that *registering* the copyright, in the U.S.
and several other countries, allows you to sue infringers for
"statutory" damages even if they didn't make a penny. Otherwise
you can only sue for demonstrable loss of your income - and if
they didn't make a penny, that's hard to prove.