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30th Aug '15 9:23:12 AM TheUnknownUploader
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* ''Literature/LesMiserables'', which is why it is such an infamous {{Doorstopper}}.
22nd Dec '14 8:58:10 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Literature/BridgetJones began as a newspaper column in The Independent. * TalesOfTheCity was originally a serial in the San Francisco Chronicle.
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* Literature/BridgetJones ''Literature/BridgetJones'' began as a newspaper column in The Independent. * TalesOfTheCity ''Literature/TalesOfTheCity'' was originally a serial in the San Francisco Chronicle.
2nd Dec '13 11:11:24 AM nombretomado
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* BridgetJones began as a newspaper column in The Independent.
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* BridgetJones Literature/BridgetJones began as a newspaper column in The Independent.
25th Nov '13 4:37:20 PM Gludd20
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* Several of {{Creator/Alexandre Dumas}}'s novels were originally published as serials, including {{Literature/The Count of Monte Cristo}}, {{Literature/The Three Musketeers}}, and Twenty Years After * {{Creator/Vladimir Nabokov}} wrote ''{{Literature/Pnin}}'' in installments in The New Yorker while he was looking for a publisher for the controversial ''{{Literature/Lolita}}''
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* Several of {{Creator/Alexandre Dumas}}'s novels were originally published as serials, including {{Literature/The Count of Monte Cristo}}, {{Literature/The Three Musketeers}}, and Twenty Years After After. * {{Creator/Vladimir Nabokov}} wrote ''{{Literature/Pnin}}'' in installments in The New Yorker while he was looking for a publisher for the controversial ''{{Literature/Lolita}}''''{{Literature/Lolita}}''.
25th Nov '13 4:37:03 PM Gludd20
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* Several of {{Creator/Alexandre Dumas}}'s novels were originally published as serials, including {{Literature/The Count of Monte Cristo}}, {{Literature/The Three Musketeerss}}, and Twenty Years After
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* Several of {{Creator/Alexandre Dumas}}'s novels were originally published as serials, including {{Literature/The Count of Monte Cristo}}, {{Literature/The Three Musketeerss}}, Musketeers}}, and Twenty Years After
25th Nov '13 4:36:49 PM Gludd20
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* Several of {{Creator/Alexandre Dumas}}'s novels were originally published as serials, including {{Literature/The Count of Monte Cristo}}, {{Literature/The Three Musketeerss}}, and Twenty Years After
25th Nov '13 4:33:46 PM Gludd20
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25th Nov '13 4:30:20 PM Gludd20
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* ''Vladimir Nabokov'' wrote ''{{Literature/Pnin}}'' in installments in The New Yorker while he was looking for a publisher for the controversial ''{{Literature/Lolita}}''
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* ''Vladimir Nabokov'' {{Creator/Vladimir Nabokov}} wrote ''{{Literature/Pnin}}'' in installments in The New Yorker while he was looking for a publisher for the controversial ''{{Literature/Lolita}}''
25th Nov '13 4:29:43 PM Gludd20
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* ''Vladimir Nabokov'' wrote ''{{Literature/Pnin}}'' in installments in The New Yorker while he was looking for a publisher for the controversial ''{{Literature/Lolita}}''
6th Oct '13 12:05:46 PM Korodzik
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A novel that's published in multiple parts. Popularized in the 19th century, when many writers (including Creator/CharlesDickens and [[SherlockHolmes Arthur Conan Doyle]]) would publish their novels first as monthly or weekly installments in magazines, alongside short stories and novellas. Venues included both dedicated “digest” magazines like Strand or Astounding, and more general magazines like Life or Esquire (and sometimes… [[IReadItForTheArticles Playboy]].) As time has passed, most readers now get their fix directly from separately printed books. Creator/StephenKing published his novel ''Literature/TheGreenMile'' in six installments; also, quite a bit of the more popular FanFiction is published in a serial format.
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A novel that's published in multiple parts. Popularized in the 19th century, when many writers (including Creator/CharlesDickens and [[SherlockHolmes Arthur Conan Doyle]]) would publish their novels first as monthly or weekly installments in magazines, alongside short stories and novellas. Venues included both dedicated “digest” "digest" magazines like Strand or Astounding, and more general magazines like Life or Esquire (and sometimes… [[IReadItForTheArticles Playboy]].) As time has passed, most readers now get their fix directly from separately printed books. Creator/StephenKing published his novel ''Literature/TheGreenMile'' in six installments; also, quite a bit of the more popular FanFiction is published in a serial format.

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* ''Literature/TheDoll'' originally ran as a newspaper serial in 1887-1889.
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