Examples of novella in a Sentence
pressed for time, many English teachers have their students read the one novella among the novelist's works
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Castle Rock has been featured in numerous King stories over the years, including but not limited to The Dead Zone, Cujo, and The Body, the novella that provided the basis for Rob Reiner's Stand By Me.
Florence Pugh is electrifying as an evolving woman choosing a controversial path in this stark 2016 British drama, based on Nikolai Leskov's 1865 novella.
The master of horror, Stephen King, has a couple of new books out: Sleeping Beauties, his novel with son Owen about women around the globe going to sleep and not waking up, plus his coming-of-age novella Gwendy’s Button Box with Richard Chizmar.
The film, based on a novella the of same name that appeared in King’s 2010 collection Full Dark, No Stars, features Thomas Jane as a farmer who murders his wife in the titular year and is deservedly very, very haunted.
Segel was an executive producer on the series The Mist, which was based on a Stephen King novella and aired on Spike TV.
Syfy is getting close to ordering a series based on Martin’s novella Nightflyers, per Variety.
The editors had expunged key passages of the novella, whose homoerotic decadence risked the censors.
Their goal was to come up with a place that tantalizes taste buds with the vibrant flavors of the Indochinese peninsula, but without all the fuss of table service and menus that read like novellas.
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Origin and Etymology of novella
First Known Use: 1677See Words from the same year
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