nom de plume


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Synonyms for nom de plume

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an author's pseudonym

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Shy and mysterious to the point of abstraction, Shapiro could very well be the nom de plume of of my co-workers here at FADER (an angel-voiced bearded dude, perhaps?
Elise Rajchenbach begins by addressing the lack of archival documentation on Du Guillet and speculates that her name may be a nom de plume, attributed to her by her editor Antoine du Moulin or publisher Jean de Tournes, and designating the name of a land.
National Security Agency--kept its eyes on a different target: the democratic socialist writer Eric Blair, known to the police by his nom de plume "Mr.
Argula is a nom de plume for Darryl Ponicsan, a novelist who was successful back in the 1970s and then "disappeared" for years into the Hollywood screenwriting machine.
She chose a nom de plume because she was fearful that her novels would be judged on the basis of who she was, "the fallen woman," rather than on the work itself.
Norman Blogster is, of course, a nom de plume which, given the hair-trigger touchiness of some big-beast architects, seems like a sensible though not totally admirable idea.
Before the nom de plume, what was Aaron's full birth name?
The homonym doesn't hide much as a nom de plume but works well as an orthographic virus, simulating the artist's real title while increasing the possibility of spelling errors.
At the time of his death in 1999, Raimund Pretzel (who would later become known to the world under the nom de plume Sebastian Haffner) had earned a formidable reputation as a historian, political journalist, and the "conscience of the German people.
Actually the history of the song started when a left-wing political activist, composer, and school teacher, Abel Meeropol (using the nom de plume Lewis Allan), saw a photo of a lynching, an image which "haunted him for days.
Also, there is something odd about the translation: Rufus Learsi was the nom de plume of a Zionist activist and Jewish writer named Israel Goldberg, but the government lists the name as a registered pseudonym not only of Goldberg but also of Asch himself.
Mahoney wrote An Accidental Grace in 1977, her first book of fiction published under her own name (she previously wrote a mystery novel, Seven Sons, "just for fun" published under the nom de plume, Angela Simon).
This is a partisan work compiled by the editor hiding behind the nom de plume of Ibn Warraq (lit.
But for Armand, as his nom de plume testifies, this hipness becomes him.
The nom de plume is based upon a genealogy the poet invented to replace his real family tree.