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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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As the first book-length study in English on the Ming novella genre, it opens the path for further literary and historical studies of this form.
Zweig's novella shares the claustral closeness of Isaac Dinesen's Deluge at Nordenay, a Chinese box of a novella set in mid-nineteenth century Denmark.
period when the novella also gained its classical definition.
However, while indicating that Conrad implicitly criticizes British colonialism in this novella, Goonetilleke nowhere refers to Conrad's tacit valorization of British imperialism suggested, for example, in Marlow's reference to the British colonial outposts which embody colonization at it best.
In this garland of two novellas, Frenzy and the title fiction, Her Body Knows, David Grossman, the distinguished, prize-winning Israeli novelist, has set himself the difficult task of rendering inner speech.
Cutrufelli's novella reflects, in its paragraph division, the fragmentary writing typical of many twentieth-century Italian women writers, and indeed of many contemporary Italian writers.
Spader swears by the Santa Maria Novella products, including the Pomegranate After Shave Balm, first made by the Dominican monks in Florence in the 13th century.
Her novella, The Promenade of Monsieur de Montaigne, despite its many references to Homer, the Bible, Catullus, and Virgil, clearly derives from the hugely popular translations of Second Sophistic Greek novels (such as those of the second-century C.
Nell'esaltazione di questa polimorfia, Bandello--che coincide con il suo narratore extradiegetico--(2) sottolinea il passaggio dalla condizione prevalentemente orale della novella a genere scritto.
Ironically, however, the structure equally emphasizes the singularity of each novella, since each tale receives its own separate space and consideration.
Nowhere more so than at Santa Maria Novella, the latest luxe beauty emporium to open in Los Angeles.
Van Go Jenkins, the protagonist of the novella and parody of Bigger Thomas, is a nineteen-year-old urban, unemployed, unmarried, irresponsible, self-hating, violent black male rapist, killer, and father of four children by four different women.