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noh ve luh

  • n  a short novel

  • Steve Martin talks about his first novella, a delicate, poignant modern romance about a shy shopgirl.
  • Chettri's novella one of Nepal's most popular stories, reprinted 30 times in the country and now widely available for the first time in English doesn't say, but likely they .
  • It becomes all three of these over the course of the singularly-named Jason's new comix novella, "Hey, Wait.
News & Articles

    Leslie Novella,18, holds a check, $24,729.46 with her mother Bertha, at the Greenwich Housing Authority, in Greenwich, Tuesday, June 11, 2013.The Greenwich Housing Authority, in conjunction with Family Centers operates a self-sufficiency program for public housing residents to start up savings accounts with the money they get from working various jobs.
    June 12, 2013 - Greenwich Time
  • Semi-Retired Grandmaster of Science Fiction Revisits a Classic Story in New Release
    Robert Silverberg and Damien Broderick have collaborated on a new book based on Silverberg’s classic novella “Born With the Dead,” which is being offered at the extraordinary price of 99 cents for just one day. (PRWeb June 11, 2013) Read the full story at
    June 11, 2013 - PRWeb

  • Martin Amis in BBC News
    The novelist, Martin Amis, in his review of the book in the British newspaper the Guardian, described the Original of Laura as "a longish short story struggling to become a novella".
  • Tatiana Rodríguez in Business of Cinema
    Nickelodeon is dedicated to continually offering its audience a variety of genres and styles, so we're thrilled to have entered into this strategic partnership with Sony to bring our viewers this unique tele-novella experience,commented...
  • Anais Mitchell in Boston Globe
    I'm thinking of it almost as a radio novella,Mitchell says, and wonders if she could orchestrate similar group efforts in other towns.

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