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a short novel

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The 158-page bibliography is divided into novels, short stories and novelettes, poems, anthologies, children's reference books, literature and film guides.
Hutcheon notes that "parody works to foreground the politics of representation" (94), and Padura's novelette, Adios, Hemingway, a focus of this paper, exemplifies that process.
However, Ford County Stories manages to combine the two genres as the author deftly crafts a series of novelettes, each featuring a glimpse of life in a fictional area of America's Deep South.
However, Ford County Stories manages to combine the two genres, as he deftly crafts a series of novelettes, each featuring a tantalising glimpse of life in a fictional area of America's Deep South.
However, Ford County Stories manages to combine the two genres, as the author deftly crafts a series of novelettes, each featuring a tantalising glimpse of life in a fictional area of America's Deep South.
One army of 007 fanatics is promoting Risico, originally written as part of the For Your Eyes Only novelettes.
In a series of interconnected stories and novelettes, Salinger presents to us the irresolvable nature of aiming at perfection in various walks of life.
Critics describe the writers as immature and not well educated whose mission is to corrupt the mind of the youth with love stories adapted from Indian movies, novelettes that are self-published and of low quality (see, e.
Ian McDonald's chops as a storyteller and visionary have become apparent over two decades of cutting-edge SF--in short stories, novels, and the trickier novellas and novelettes that have often formed the springboard for longer works.
These romance novelettes, or 'fourpennies' as Campbell called them, are rare birds.
In the 1940s and 50s she wrote little novelettes, illustrating them with richly comic and fantastical drawings, owing something to Bawden, something to Eric Fraser and John Craxton, all friends and colleagues.
The program began with a playful exposition on writing based on composer Alexander Glazunov's "Four Novelettes.
One such writer, Prentiss Ingraham (1843-1904) of Natchez, wrote and published 1,000 books, including 600 novels and 400 novelettes.
Since those days when Springsteen constructed intricate free verse out of Rust Belt experience, and those were a long time ago, he's gradually turned from novelettes to vignettes, underscoring a shift from complex metaphors about daily life to simple metaphors about complex social and life issues.
Powers was a prolific "pulp" writer, spinning Wild West yarns for magazines and cranking out novelettes from 1928 to '43 before publishing a novel, "Doc Dillahay," in 1949.