This question is the bibliographic pendant to this question.

Let us suppose I write an academic paper where I cite the well known paper English sentences without overt grammatical subject (pdf), written by James d. McCawley under the pseudonym Quang Phúc Đông. What is the bes way to format the bibliography?

  • [1] Đông Q. P., “English sentences without overt grammatical subject”, doi: 10.1075/z.63.06don. Actually written by McCawlay, J.D. under pseudonym

  • [2] Đông Q. P. (alias McCawlay, J.D.), “English sentences without overt grammatical subject”, doi: 10.1075/z.63.06don.

  • [3] McCawlay, J.D. (as Đông Q. P.), “English sentences without overt grammatical subject”, doi: 10.1075/z.63.06don.
  • Something else ?

I want to make both the name and pseudonym appear in the bibliography.

Bonus question: Once the “academically correct” solution is known, how to implement it in a bibtex bibliography?

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