[DWJ] new book preview
marthahixon at gmail.com
Wed Jun 26 18:54:58 EDT 2013
Just wondering: is this a British custom, or am I just behind the
times? If a name is hyphenated, it's clearly a double last name, but if
not, we here in the States don't make that assumption, as far as my
experience has shown. When I got married (long, long ago), I moved my
maiden name to the middle name position and took my husband's last name,
but no one has ever assumed (to my knowledge) that my last name is Pittman
Hixon when I write it out in full.--I am always simply called
"Professor/Dr./Mrs Hixon. I admit I rarely write it in full these days, but
I did it most of the time for years after I was married.
Dr. Martha P. Hixon
Department of English
Middle Tennessee State University
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
615-898-2599 / martha.hixon at mtsu.edu
On Wed, Jun 26, 2013 at 3:53 PM, Otter Perry <
ottertee at silverwinggraphics.com> wrote:
> And Alexander McCall Smith's surname is McCall Smith, I understand.
> On Jun 26, 2013, at 11:28 AM, Jameela Lares wrote:
> > Of course, the name of the Welsh composer Ralph Vaughan Williams is not
> hyphenated, but his surname is Vaughan Williams.
> > Jameela Lares
> > Professor of English
> > The University of Southern Mississippi
> > 118 College Drive, #5037
> > Hattiesburg, MS 39406-0001
> > 601 266-4319 ofc
> > 601 266-5757 fax
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> > From: dwj-bounces at suberic.net [dwj-bounces at suberic.net] on behalf of
> Deborah Meghnagi Bailey [deborah at brightweavings.com]
> > Sent: Wednesday, June 26, 2013 11:22 AM
> > To: 'Diana Wynne Jones discussion'
> > Subject: Re: [DWJ] new book preview
> > Minnow, *thank you* for clarifying that for me. I've honestly never known
> > whether her surname was Wynne Jones, or just Jones.
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