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If your work would be considered a derivative work of another, you would need their permission, and the agreement would spell out how copyright would be assigned.

If your work is simply in the style of another, it's still your work.

But you still might like to sign it as "XYZ, after ABC"

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With your own name. Why would you try to perpetrate a fraud?

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