Students have literature fun
when you introduce them to the literary device pseudonyms.
This 5-page printable
resource presents . . .
• an introduction
about why people in various professions use pseudonyms
• an explanation about the allusion
to ROMEO AND JULIET
• a 3-page worksheet
to discover literary pseudonyms
written by those authors who use them
This classroom-tested is suitable for junior high, high school, and adult students.
Created by Susan Thurman.
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