I asked this question about 4 days ago, with the Subject

"can I refer to a named theorem by its name?" and have

had no replies. Perhaps the present Subject is clearer.

What I want to do is the following. The amsthm package

allows me to define "named theorems", such as

\newtheorem*{Lagrange}{Lagrange Interpolation Theorem} .

Once such a named theorem has been defined, by including

\begin{Lagrange}\label{Lagrange Interpolation Theorem}

The hypotheses imply the conclusion.

\end{Lagrange}

in my document, I have the Lagrange Interpolation Theorem

stated, unnumbered, and labelled. What I *want* is then

(having loaded the hyperref package) to be able to type *something*

like \nameref{Lagrange Interpolation Theorem} so as to automatically

create a hyperlinked reference to the Lagrange Interpolation

Theorem, with its label as the anchor. The analogous hyperlink

creation works fine for numbered theorems, but I cannot figure

out what to do to make it work for a named-but-unnumbered theorem.

Can anyone help (even if only by explaining why what I want is

either impossible to achieve or wrong to want)?

Lee Rudolph