novella


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a short novel

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Now known as Novella Clinical, a Quintiles company, Novella will operate as a unit within Quintiles, retaining its existing leadership team as well as its specialized customer focus.
The expertise and insight the Novella team brings will be a strong addition to our existing capabilities and help further differentiate Quintiles in an increasingly competitive marketplace," said Paula Brown Stafford, president, Clinical Development at Quintiles.
North Carolina-based Novella, which was set up 15 year ago, has a team of more than 800 professionals in Europe and North America.
The study reported significant community participation in creating, broad-casting and evaluating the novellas.
Observing this life cycle, one might ask what exactly the "genre" of the novella is.
By the end of the novella, the reader witnesses how this frottage -- emotional, physical, and psychological -- afflicts her present in a tragic and poignant way.
A clash--a dissonance--in voices leads to a dynamic instability, hence to a tautness that drives the novella forward.
the novella and the short story proper, is in fact just two
In his discussion of this specific issue, Goonetilleke clearly goes against mainstream criticism by considering Kurtz a more central character to the novella than is Charlie Marlow.
The drive from a suburb of Jerusalem south towards Beersheba, as we discover at the end of the novella, also functions as a mutual meditation between the two--or is it a form of psychoanalytic therapy with the patient lying in the back seat unable to glimpse his driver in the dark.
com, an online romance graphic novella website, has announced that it is launching a Spanish section of its site called Queridamia.
The warehouse is in SoHo within walking distance to Lafco's office and the Santa Maria Novella store, both of which are at 285 Lafayette Street," says Owles.
The author of two acclaimed short story collections, Pastoralia and CivilWarLand in Bad Decline, Saunders has also written a novella, The Brief and Frightening Reign of Phil, and a children's book, The Very Persistent Gappers of Frip.
Thus the novella makes a perfect bridge between studying French grammar and "learning to read" and reading a full-length, authentic French text written for native speakers (albeit those who are still developing their reading skills).
Published in English in the Sicilian Studies Series of Legas, Cutrufelli's novella, straddling the line between fiction and history, is a fictional autobiography of an upperclass Sicilian woman who has been in prison for twenty years.