The chief thing was to select a name totally different from those under which he had hitherto written: so that when he used the name, he would feel like a different person, and in consequence write from a somewhat different angle. I have been told - by men who do not write - that this is all fanciful. This only means that they don't understand.
Explaining why he used many different pseudonyms.
The donefulness is terrific.Charles (writer) Hamilton
A somewhat short junior, with a broad, pleasant face and an enormous pair of spectaclesCharles (writer) Hamilton
I say you fellows, I expect to see fair play.Charles (writer) Hamilton
Foreigners are funnyCharles (writer) Hamilton
All boys ought to be drownded at birth.Charles (writer) Hamilton