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Monday, June 05, 2006

The Art Of The Novella

Perhaps novellas are going to emerge as the preferred form of writers in the 21st century. On its own, it can be a stunning meditation on any chosen theme, as Philip Roth's Everyman testifies. And, when linked together, they can "capture diverse geographies and points of view in a single work, in order to make sense of a world that, more than ever, is unified and fragmented at the same time," as this article in The Sunday Times of India says.


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