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- I didn't realize that you changed your pen-name!
- That's why they adopted the gender - ambiguous pen-names of Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell.
- Also remember that fear of retribution usually leads those who test the boundaries of debate to adopt pen-names as the writer of this ground breaking letter surely does.
- He supplied six more tales to the Monthly Magazine during 1834, and for the publication of the second instalment of the fifth story he signed himself by his new pen-name: ‘Boz’.
- He wrote the title of his book and his pen-name on a slip of paper and gave it to me.
- I changed my pen-name because I was bored with ‘Star’.
- Author Michael Smith, pen-name of an Oxford-educated publisher living in London, fittingly wears his knowledge of Irish history lightly.
- When I put the finishing touches to my female aspect, I already had a name for her - the pen-name that I had already been using; it just seemed natural to adopt it.
- I'm not certain if this is a pen-name or an actual one.
- This was not uncommon, as various contributors to The Union protected their identity by using Latin pen-names such as Tacitus and Coriolanus.
- Second, most actors and playwrights remained anonymous or adopted pen-names.
- Under the pen-name Lemony Snicket, Handler is the author of the gothic and moody ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ books.
- I know it's a pen-name, but I'm afraid these circumstances together will do more harm than good.
- Its subject is Esperanto, the oldest of the little group of artificial international languages, invented in 1887 by a Polish physician, Ludwig Zamenhof who gave it his hopeful pen-name.