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Thank you for the motto, "Cite what you see"--very helpful! For "Henry VIII," then, I take it we would list him just like that as an author in the reference list. Although also not pseudonyms, how do we put in the reference list such names given on title pages as: --John William Strutt, Baron Rayleigh, Sc.D., F.R.S. --Alfred, Lord Tennyson In the body of one's writing, it seems traditional to refer to "Tennyson," but "Lord Rayleigh." Or is the "Lord" to be avodced? Also, what about a parenthetical citation for the baron?
Toggle Commented Jul 25, 2015 on How to Cite Pseudonyms at APA Style 6th Edition Blog
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Thank you for addressing this issue overlooked in the APA manual! What you give for the singspiel "Die Zauberflöte" seems mainly true: It was composed in the summer of 1791 and first performed in September (with a printed libretto for the audience); extracts from it were first printed in November. But the full score was not published before 1814. So by “published,” are we also to mean “performed” and “composed”—or even “partially published”? I suppose the researcher can take his or her choice in the parenthetical comment at the end of a reference, yes? I use, for example: (Original work composed in 1791)
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