Examples of novella in a Sentence
pressed for time, many English teachers have their students read the one novella among the novelist's works
Recent Examples of novella from the Web
The drama is based on the novella The Ballad of Black Tom by Victor LaValle, who will co-exec produce.
Official canonical sources include a set of six novellas written by Martin.
This original staging, conceived by Mamai's executive artistic director Bernadette Clemens, plays as a more gentle, sorrowful meditation on events than the original novella, bled of the rage simmering on those pages.
This mind-bending novella about a writer losing his marbles contains images that startle and linger.
Unfortunately, the novella never made it to the big screen and Jodelle never revived her blood-thirsty character.
At times, the novella feels like a choir of philosophers—father, mother, Buddhist, lover—all singing a different song in the same room.
Written in 1980, the original novella follows eight scientists and a telepath who have set out on a mission to contact alien life in the far reaches of the solar system.
Fortunately, Johnson wrote so much more: two collections of plays, three books of poetry, two short story collections, nine novels, a novella, and a book of reportage.
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Origin and Etymology of novella
First Known Use: 1677See Words from the same year
NOVELLA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of novella for English Language Learners
: a short novel : a story that is longer than a short story but shorter than a novel
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