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Penny McCarthy's Pseudonymous Shakespeare might be considered in this light.
Each appears relatively balanced, though any serious opposition to Assad generally comes not in the form of news stories but as anonymous or pseudonymous comments from readers.
Flashing Eyes and Floating Hair: A Reading of Gwen Harwood's Pseudonymous Poetry Cassandra L Atherton, Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2006
In fiction alone the spectrum ranges from stories by Alice Hoffman and Roberta Murphy to the pseudonymous Luther Magnussen's "Interesting Facts about the Austrian Glass Trade," which I took for an essay at first, and Anthony Kurland's anthropologically inspired meditation "South of South," a work so indeterminate that not even its author knows exactly what it is.
Many ideas have arisen in my mind about questions related to John Lang and the early writers not least in relation to pseudonymous works.
Drawing from both pseudonymous and non-pseudonymous works, Furtak makes the case that a person of emotional integrity knows that "[i]nsofar as a person loves, he or she is at the mercy of a world in which value may dawn unexpectedly and what is valued may be taken away" and that this will take faith, "a matter of accepting one's place in the whole unknown process.
The first law of the pseudonymous Putt (who has served as a technology manager in a multinational corporation and as president of an international technical society) states: "Technology is dominated by two types of people: those who understand what they do not manage and those who manage what they do not understand.
Which brings us to Elizabeth Gold, an out-of-work writer who took a job as a 9th-grade teacher in the pseudonymous School of the New Millennium, in New York City, in the spring of 2000.
Her stories, usually credited to anonymous administration officials or pseudonymous Iraqi exiles, helped "create the facts" that supported the rush to war.
The category of despair plays a central role in Kierkegaard's pseudonymous corpus, but its meaning is controversial.
Written by an Associate Professor of New Testament and Greek, Pseudonymity, the New Testament, and Deception: An Inquiry into Intention and Reception is a monograph written to address the question: "If pseudonymous works exist in the New Testament, what can be said about their intention and reception?
doing their best Paul and Artie on Homeward Bound, Beth Nielsen Chapman crooning Jimi Hendrix's Angel, and the pseudonymous Boomchicks, who include Mary Chapin Carpenter, Sally Van Meter, Sally Truitt and Andrea Zonn, performing Boo Hewerine's Prayer Wheel.