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
More fiction: Stephen King, whose thriller The Outsider just hit stores in May, returns in October with the novella Elevation, about a man mysteriously losing weight while battling the lesbians next door.
Nightflyers, a 10-episode series based on the Game of Thrones author's 1980 novella, arrives this fall on Syfy.
The song's relationship to Tiffany & Co. dates back to Truman Capote's novella about Miss Holiday Golightly, who was later immortalized on the big screen by Audrey Hepburn.
The two play young lovebirds in On Chesil Beach, the movie adaptation of Ian McEwan's novella of the same name, out May 18.
Head On is the sequel to Scalzi’s 2014 thriller Lock In and an accompanying novella, Unlocked: An Oral History of Haden’s Syndrome.
Author Liane Moriarty, who wrote the original book, wrote a novella on which the Season 2 storyline is partially based.
The novella is written in a swirling, rambling style — one that Martel captures perfectly.
Dan Brown's 'The Lost Symbol' Mark Twain’s A Double-Barreled Detective Story is a novella-length parody of whodunits.
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Origin and Etymology of novella
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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