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a short novel

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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.
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.
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 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.
Following an illuminating and engaging methodological introduction Jurgensen proceeds to analyse the role of paratextuality in seven of Schmidt's works, moving chronologically from the 'Erstlingswerk' Leviathan (1949) and the early novelettes Brand's Haide and Schwarze Spiegel (1951) through the science-fiction novel Die Gelehrtenrepublik (1957) to the three typescript novels Zettel's Traum (1970), Die Schule der Atheisten (1972), and Abend mit Goldrand (1975), providing a representative coverage of early, mid-career, and late works, but with an understandable emphasis on the more experimental and paratextually complex 'Spatwerke'.
The program began with a playful exposition on writing based on composer Alexander Glazunov's "Four Novelettes.
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.
Ron Hubbard was a master storyteller who wrote more than 260 published novels, novelettes, short stories, and screenplays in every genre.
All the Stross elements are here--a hyper-intelligent robot cat, uploaded minds, post-singularity intelligences--but the nine loosely linked novellas or novelettes (a staggering five of which have won Hugo Awards) are too dense to be read as a novel and should have been kept as independent stories.
in Nova Scotia, examines instances of aliens (often not studied seriously) in short stories, novellas, and novelettes and what they convey about human existence.
99) is a collection of three novelettes written by crime masters Jeffery Deaver, Joyce Carol Oates and Ed McBain.
I recently read The Magpie Jacket and the book listed more than 30 other novelettes written by him, costing the princely sum of one shilling in about 1950.
The first two of the Trois Novelettes, for example, date from 1927 with the third added in 1959; the Suite Napoli took three years to complete; and the 15 Improvisations were published in four groups between 1932 and 1959.
Holmes's adventures were chronicled in four novelettes and 56 short stories.