- n. Plural form of heteronym.
“Pessoa called these inventions "heteronyms," rather than pseudonyms, and there may have been as many as 70 or 80.”
“Scholars say he invented numerous "heteronyms" (his word) who interacted with him and each other throughout Pessoa's otherwise reclusive and lonely life.”
“heteronyms," has no linear order and therefore can be read at random, each section providing wonderfully unique perspectives on our collective tedious lives.”
“One imagines a Pessoa of cinema, ruling like the other over the people of his heteronyms.”
“This week, for one of my classes (The Visceral I), we read the Portuguese modernist Fernando Pessoa and his heteronyms.”
“Pessoa's heteronyms differ from pseudonyms in that he invented a biography and a different writing style for each of his "other selves.”
“A search for heteronyms or homographs will bring up a bunch of pages with big lists of them, and particular groups of them.”
“There are actually a lot of interesting things going on with heteronyms and homographs that result in their existence.”
“Pessoa was a Portuguese poet who created four "heteronyms.”
“My fantasy would be to create as many of these heteronyms as possible, each with a unique audience, with no overlap in fan base or method.”
Looking for tweets for heteronyms.