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cate the use of pencil.) 828 Grosart, Alexander Bulloch D.D. W926 ed. Wordsworth, William. Prose works. 1875. v. 2-3. 3 Main card; v. 2 missing 87-88C PSEUDONYMS AND OTHER PEN NAMES 87 Definition of pseudonym. See A. L. A. rules, pref. p. 15, and Cutter, p. 21. 88 Entry. Read A. L. A. rules, 38, and Cutter, 7, 97, 204-5, but for class work follow the directions given below. a Choice of heading. Enter under the best known form, whether pseudonym or real name. In case of doubt use the real name, as it will probably tend to become more familiar. b Entry under pseudonym. If the entry is made under the pseudonym write the name according to the rules for entry under an author's real name, except that all titles of honor etc. used in the pseudonym should be included on the cards, even though they are such as would not ordinarily be used in author headings. One centimeter after the name and any personal titles which may be used write the abbreviation " pseud." Do not give the real name in the heading, as it seems doubtful whether to the person who looks under the pseudonym the real name is of sufficient interest to justify the extra work of writing it on all cards. For a writer of whose works the library is likely to have a large number, and in other cases when convenient, a guide card giving the facts may well be used at the beginning of the works, e. g. Craddock, Charles Egbert, pseud, of Mary Noailles Murfree. As the guide card is written only once both pseudonym and real name should be written in full. Probably to readers looking under the pseudonym...