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novel

Intellectual property
adjective Referring to that which is new and/or original—i.e., the invention must never have been made in public in any way, anywhere, before the date on which the application for a patent is filed.

Vox populi
noun Fictional prose of book length, the storyline of which has some degree of realism.
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Published 20 years later, Ngugi's most recent novel Matigari begins with Matigari ma Njiruungi, whose name in Gikuyu means "the patriot who survived the bullets," emerging from the forest, having finally killed Settler Williams and his assistant John Boy.
Rashmi Sadana's essay on three works translated into English argues for their placement in our understanding of the novel in English, since the three works became modem classics in the wake of their translation.
For those unfamiliar with Yerby, he was a real-life African American writer best known for his historical romances--those lushly detailed, intricately plotted novels so loved by the reading public.
It's as if, while they are the only ones privy to certain information in the novel, they own it, and are responsible for representing it to the class.
Part II examines the development of the political novel in China, where the once lowly form of the novel was elevated to one capable of transforming the nation.
She said that the author expressed her views in an effective manner and used journalistic language, adding that the novel depicts prevailing circumstances.
Phillips has just completed a 90-page graphic novel for Dark Horse Comics called Culprits.
Today, when there are no promising politicians, readers wish for a leader like the hero of a Shiba novel. As well, readers of his essays wonder what Shiba would have thought of contemporary problems.
Song of the Lark is a novel about the development of a young artist, while at the very beginning of Anne Douglas Sedgwick's Tante, we meet someone who has already hit the height of her career.
I have been teaching the novel in English for several years at various English departments at universities and teacher training colleges.
But this is not even half the story despite the novel's brevity; and the rest of it is told with a macabre wit, a breezy romanticism, and a casual yet blatant rejection of not just racial and sexual boundaries, but also epistemological ones.

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