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Pseudonyms should not be confused with new names that replace old ones and become the individual’s full-time name. Sometimes people change their name in such a manner that the new name becomes permanent and is used by all who know the person. This is not an alias or harriet lane handbook pdf, but in fact a new name. X”, to represent his unknown African ancestral name that had been lost when his ancestors were brought to North America as slaves.

He then changed his name again to Malik El-Shabazz when he converted to Islam. Some female authors used male pen names, in particular in the 19th century, when writing was a male-dominated profession. The Bront√ęs used their neighbours as inspiration for characters in many of their books. In contrast, some twentieth and twenty first century male romance novelists have used female pen names. A pen name may be used if a writer’s real name is likely to be confused with the name of another writer or notable individual, or if their real name is deemed to be unsuitable.

In some cases, an author may become better known by his pen name than his real name. Some pen names are not strictly pseudonyms, as they are simply variants of the authors’ actual names. Virginia Andrews, but was told that, due to a production error, her first novel was being released under the name of “V. Some prolific authors adopt a pseudonym to disguise the extent of their published output, e. Co-authors may choose to publish under a collective pseudonym, e.

A collective pseudonym may represent an entire publishing house, or any contributor to a long-running series, especially with juvenile literature. Another use of a pseudonym in literature is to present a story as being written by the fictional characters in the story. It is a strategy that has been adopted by many unconnected radical groups and by cultural groups, where the construct of personal identity has been criticised. This has led to the idea of the “open pop star”. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. In daily life, these aliases could replace the real family name.

Mercenaries have long used “noms de guerre”, even sometimes multiple identities depending on country, conflict and circumstance. In well-defined abuse cases, a designated authority may be able to revoke the pseudonyms and reveal the individuals’ real identity. People seeking privacy often use pseudonyms to make appointments and reservations. Members of a marginalized ethnic or religious group have often adopted stage names, typically changing their surname or entire name to mask their original background.

1950s and 1960s to avoid paying royalties. He also wrote songs using the name Skipper Adams. Many Italian-American singers have used stage names as their birth names were difficult to pronounce, or considered too ethnic for American tastes. 95 percent of the songs played were from their forthcoming new album of the same name, with none of their singles included. Feeder, there would be an uproar that they did not play any of the singles, so used the pseudonym as a hint.

A series of small shows were played in 2010, at 250- to 1,000-capacity venues with the plan not to say who the band really are and just announce the shows as if they were a new band. In many cases, hip-hop and rap artist prefer to use pseudonyms that represents some variation of their name, personality, or interests. Lord Phallus” during the release of the band’s albums. Hanover and London: University Press of New England.