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20th May '16 10:51:36 AM CaptEquinox
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* Creator/StephenKing 's short story "Jerusalem's Lot" (published in ''Literature/NightShift'') is a series of letters from the narrator to a colleague of his.

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* Creator/StephenKing 's short story "Jerusalem's Lot" (published in ''Literature/NightShift'') is a series of letters from the narrator to a colleague of his. He uses letters, newspaper and magazine articles, court transcripts and police reports in ''Literature/{{Carrie}}'', giving the story a strong sense of immediacy.



* A.S. Byatt's ''Literature/{{Possession}}'' revolves around a pair of modern day scholars discovering the letters of two fictional Victorian poets.

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* A.S. Byatt's ''Literature/{{Possession}}'' revolves around a pair of modern day scholars discovering the letters of two fictional Victorian poets. Various [[{{Diary}} diaries]] are also quoted at length.
2nd May '16 4:08:36 AM eroock
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* The narration of ''VideoGame/DearEsther'' consists of snippets of letters addressed to someone called Esther, voiced out by a male character as the player wanders around a haunted island.
-->''"Dear Esther, I sometimes feel as if I've given birth to this island..."''
25th Apr '16 5:49:57 PM davelerner
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* ''Literature/BabeRuthManTankGladiator'' is written by a 39th century priest in the style of a twenty-first century WebSerialNovel.
19th Mar '16 11:08:47 PM Aiguille
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* Though the podcast ''Podcast/AliceIsntDead'' takes the form of a CaptainsLog recorded by a driver in the cabin of her truck, it's also a monologic epistolary. In her logs, the {{Narrator}} speaks throughout as though she's addressing her wife, Alice, occasionally adding commentary that implies she expects Alice to listen through them if they reunite.
-->'''Narrator:''' I know what you're thinking, Alice. "This is intentional avoidance." I don't have to explain myself to you. But I will.
17th Dec '15 5:11:18 PM falcon2484
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* Kathrine Kressman Taylor's short story "Addressee Unknown" is a series of letters between Max Eisenstein, a Jewish art gallery owner, and his friend and business partner, Martin Schulze, a gentile German who has returned with his family to the Fatherland. The letters span the period of 1932-33, and details the split between the two partners: Max is first alarmed, then horrified at the rumors of what is happening to Jews in Germany, but Martin (and his family) is swept up in the current of the rise of the Third Reich.


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* Kathrine Kressman Taylor's short story "Addressee Unknown" is a series of letters between Max Eisenstein, a Jewish art gallery owner, and his friend and business partner, Martin Schulze, a gentile German who has returned with his family to the Fatherland. The letters span the period of 1932-33, and details detail the split between the two partners: Max is first alarmed, then horrified at the rumors of what is happening to Jews in Germany, but Martin (and his family) is swept up in the current of the rise of the Third Reich.

17th Dec '15 5:10:47 PM falcon2484
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* Kathrine Kressman Taylor's short story "Addressee Unknown" is a series of letters between Max Eisenstein, a Jewish art gallery owner, and his friend and business partner, Martin Schulze, a gentile German who has returned to the Fatherland. The letters span the period of 1932-33, and details the split between the two partners: Max is first alarmed, then horrified at the rumors of what is happening to Jews in Germany, but Martin (and his family) is swept up in the current of the rise of the Third Reich.


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* Kathrine Kressman Taylor's short story "Addressee Unknown" is a series of letters between Max Eisenstein, a Jewish art gallery owner, and his friend and business partner, Martin Schulze, a gentile German who has returned with his family to the Fatherland. The letters span the period of 1932-33, and details the split between the two partners: Max is first alarmed, then horrified at the rumors of what is happening to Jews in Germany, but Martin (and his family) is swept up in the current of the rise of the Third Reich.

17th Dec '15 5:07:53 PM falcon2484
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\n* Kathrine Kressman Taylor's short story "Addressee Unknown" is a series of letters between Max Eisenstein, a Jewish art gallery owner, and his friend and business partner, Martin Schulze, a gentile German who has returned to the Fatherland. The letters span the period of 1932-33, and details the split between the two partners: Max is first alarmed, then horrified at the rumors of what is happening to Jews in Germany, but Martin (and his family) is swept up in the current of the rise of the Third Reich.

24th Sep '15 11:05:46 AM Morgenthaler
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* Jaclyn Moriarty's Ashbury/Brookfield books are possibly the most creative example of epistolary narration. In order of publication, the books are ''Literature/FeelingSorryForCelia'', ''TheYearOfSecretAssignments'', ''TheMurderOfBindyMackenzie'', and ''TheGhostsOfAshburyHigh''.

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* Jaclyn Moriarty's Ashbury/Brookfield books are possibly the most creative example of epistolary narration. In order of publication, the books are ''Literature/FeelingSorryForCelia'', ''TheYearOfSecretAssignments'', ''TheMurderOfBindyMackenzie'', ''Literature/TheYearOfSecretAssignments'', ''Literature/TheMurderOfBindyMackenzie'', and ''TheGhostsOfAshburyHigh''.



* StephenKing 's short story "Jerusalem's Lot" (published in ''Literature/NightShift'') is a series of letters from the narrator to a colleague of his.

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* StephenKing Creator/StephenKing 's short story "Jerusalem's Lot" (published in ''Literature/NightShift'') is a series of letters from the narrator to a colleague of his.
9th Sep '15 3:33:02 AM Veanne
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* ''Literature/TheLettersFromNicodemus'' are twenty five letters from the titular Nicodemus to his old mentor.

4th Sep '15 1:40:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ZForZachariah'' is written in the form of the main protagonist's diary.

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* ''ZForZachariah'' ''Literature/ZForZachariah'' is written in the form of the main protagonist's diary.
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