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* ''Literature/WhoGoesThere''
** ''Literature/FrozenHell''


Novellas are relatively uncommon in modern English language publishing due to there being little market for them, they are too short to justify charging the price of a novel-sized book and also being too long to fit comfortably in a modern literary magazine. However, there are notable exceptions. Novellas were popular in digest-sized magazines since they could be marketed as "containing a complete novel". E-publishing has also meant a resurgence of the format.

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Novellas are relatively uncommon in modern English language publishing due to there being little market for them, they are too short to justify charging the price of a novel-sized book and also being too long to fit comfortably in a modern literary magazine. However, there are notable exceptions. Novellas were popular in digest-sized magazines since they could be marketed as "containing a complete novel". E-publishing has also meant a resurgence of the format.


Novellas are relatively uncommon in modern English language publishing due to there being little market for them, they too short to justify charging the price of a novel-sized book and also being too long to fit comfortably in a modern literary magazine. However, there are notable exceptions. Novellas were popular in digest-sized magazines since they could be marketed as "containing a complete novel". E-publishing has also meant a resurgence of the format.

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Novellas are relatively uncommon in modern English language publishing due to there being little market for them, they are too short to justify charging the price of a novel-sized book and also being too long to fit comfortably in a modern literary magazine. However, there are notable exceptions. Novellas were popular in digest-sized magazines since they could be marketed as "containing a complete novel". E-publishing has also meant a resurgence of the format.


Novellas are relatively uncommon in modern English language publishing due to there being little market for them. However, there are notable exceptions. Novellas were popular in digest-sized magazines since they could be marketed as "containing a complete novel". E-publishing has also meant a resurgence of the format.

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Novellas are relatively uncommon in modern English language publishing due to there being little market for them.them, they too short to justify charging the price of a novel-sized book and also being too long to fit comfortably in a modern literary magazine. However, there are notable exceptions. Novellas were popular in digest-sized magazines since they could be marketed as "containing a complete novel". E-publishing has also meant a resurgence of the format.

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* "Literature/ThePushOfAFinger", by Creator/AlfredBester


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Compare: {{Novel}}, {{Novelette}}, ShortStory.

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Compare: {{Novel}}, {{Novelette}}, ShortStory.ShortStory, LightNovels.

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* "Literature/TheLastHope", by Creator/DonEvans


* ''Literature/{{Anthem}}'' by Ayn Rand

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* ''Literature/{{Anthem}}'' by Ayn RandCreator/AynRand



* "Literature/ByHisBootstraps", by Creator/RobertAHeinlein



* ''Literature/TheCircusOfDoctorLao'', by Charles G. Finney
* ''Como agua para chocolate'' (Or, ''Literature/LikeWaterForChocolate'') by Laura Esquivel

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* ''Literature/TheCircusOfDoctorLao'', by Charles G. Finney
Creator/CharlesGFinney
* "Literature/CommonSense", by Creator/RobertAHeinlein
* ''Como agua para chocolate'' (Or, ''Literature/LikeWaterForChocolate'') by Laura EsquivelCreator/LauraEsquivel



* ''Literature/DaisyMiller'', by Henry James
* ''Literature/FutureHistory'', by Aaron Wall

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* ''Literature/DaisyMiller'', by Henry James
Creator/HenryJames
* ''Literature/FutureHistory'', by Aaron WallCreator/AaronWall



* ''Literature/MARiiMO'', by Tyrel Pinnegar

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* ''Literature/MARiiMO'', by Tyrel PinnegarCreator/TyrelPinnegar



* ''Literature/OfMiceAndMen'', by John Steinbeck

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* ''Literature/OfMiceAndMen'', by John SteinbeckCreator/JohnSteinbeck



* ''Literature/{{Pharmakembru}}'' series, by Monos D.O.A

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* ''Literature/{{Pharmakembru}}'' series, by [[Creator/MonosDOA Monos D.O.AA]]



* ''Literature/ThisOtherWorld'', by A. C. Buchanan
* ''Literature/ToBeTaughtIfFortunate'', by Becky Chambers

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* ''Literature/ThisOtherWorld'', by A. C. Buchanan
Creator/ACBuchanan
* ''Literature/ToBeTaughtIfFortunate'', by Becky ChambersCreator/BeckyChambers



* ''Unstrung'', a tie-in to the ''Literature/{{Unwind}}'' trilogy, by Neal Shusterman

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* ''Unstrung'', a tie-in to the ''Literature/{{Unwind}}'' trilogy, by Neal ShustermanCreator/NealShusterman

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* "Literature/TheTentaclesFromBelow", by Anthony Gilmore (PenName for Creator/HarryBates and Creator/DWHall)


* "Literature/TheLineman", by Creator/WalterMMillerJr (1957)

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* "Literature/TheLineman", by Creator/WalterMMillerJr (1957)(1957)'
* ''Literature/MARiiMO'', by Tyrel Pinnegar


* ''Literature/ThisOtherWorld'', by A. C. buchanan

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* ''Literature/ThisOtherWorld'', by A. C. buchananBuchanan

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* Creator/StephenKing: Mr King's novellas have been published as stand-alone books as well as in {{Anthology}} collections:

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* [[/index]] Creator/StephenKing: Mr King's novellas have been published as stand-alone books as well as in {{Anthology}} collections:collections: [[index]]

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* ''Literature/ThisOtherWorld'', by A. C. buchanan


* ''Literature/TheAmbassadorsVoice'' by Creator/XeomunDholaka.

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* ''Literature/TheAmbassadorsVoice'' by Creator/XeomunDholaka.Creator/XeomunDholaka



* ''Literature/AnimalFarm'' by Creator/GeorgeOrwell.

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* ''Literature/AnimalFarm'' by Creator/GeorgeOrwell.Creator/GeorgeOrwell



* ''Literature/{{Carmilla}}'', by Creator/JosephSheridanLeFanu.

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* ''Literature/{{Carmilla}}'', by Creator/JosephSheridanLeFanu.Creator/JosephSheridanLeFanu



* Creator/StephenKing: Mr King's novellas have been published as stand-alone books as well as in {{Anthology}} collections.

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* Creator/StephenKing: Mr King's novellas have been published as stand-alone books as well as in {{Anthology}} collections.collections:



* ''Literature/OfMiceAndMen'', by John Steinbeck.
* ''Literature/TheOldManAndTheSea'', by Creator/ErnestHemingway.
* Chapter 22 of ''Literature/ThePaleKing''.

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* ''Literature/OfMiceAndMen'', by John Steinbeck.
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* ''Literature/TheOldManAndTheSea'', by Creator/ErnestHemingway.
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* "Literature/TheOriginist", by Creator/OrsonScottCard
* Chapter 22 of ''Literature/ThePaleKing''.''Literature/ThePaleKing''



* ''Unstrung'', a tie-in to the ''Literature/{{Unwind}}'' trilogy, by Neal Shusterman.

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* ''Unstrung'', a tie-in to the ''Literature/{{Unwind}}'' trilogy, by Neal Shusterman.Shusterman



* ''Literature/{{Viy}}'', by Creator/NikolaiGogol.

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* ''Literature/{{Viy}}'', by Creator/NikolaiGogol.Creator/NikolaiGogol

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