I'd like to use the fancyhdr package to have odd number pages with the chapter number spelled out, for instance, "CHAPTER ONE" OR "CHAPTER TWO" etc., and the even number pages with the actually title of the chapter, for instance, "ESCAPE FROM DARTHAN"
So far, I've learned that the package contains these macro commands.
\thechapter generates the chapter number, for instance 1, 2, 3, 4, etc. \chaptername generates the word "Chapter" \chaptermark generates the title
Since this is a literary work, I'd like it to appear less technical, and use words instead of numbers. It's common in popularly published novels to do that, so I hope LaTeX has that capability.
FYI, Koma Script Book Class scrbook doesn't use the fancyhdr package for headers, but has it's own macros book headers that might be able to solve it. I believe the Memoir Class does use fancyhdr package for book headers though.
Is there a way I can get \thechapter to print ONE, TWO, THREE etc? Or, is there another LaTeX way I can do that, perhaps using the scrbook or memoir class?