Top 10 similar words or synonyms for novellas

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for novellas

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Old New York (novellas) The novellas are not directly interconnected, though certain fictional characters appear in more than one story. The New York of these stories is the same as the New York of "The Age of Innocence" (1920), from which several fictional characters have spilled over into these stories. The observation of the manners and morals of 19th century New York upper-class society is directly reminiscent of The Age of Innocence, but these novellas are shaped more as character studies than as a full-blown novel.
Old New York (novellas) This novella takes up a full third of the set and has arguably the most richly developed characters and storyline.
List of novellas This is a list of novellas that have been recognised as the best examples of the genre. A novella is a fiction work longer than a short story but shorter than a novel. It is generally thought to be between around 20,000 and 40,000 words in length.
List of novellas This list contains novellas that have been recognized as the best examples of the genre. The first table contains those books that are widely considered to be the best, through their appearance on multiple best-of lists. The second table contains other notable novellas, that have appeared on only one best-of list.
Old New York (novellas) Old New York (1924) is a collection of four novellas by Edith Wharton, revolving around upper-class New York City society in the 1840s, 1850s, 1860s, and 1870s.
Old New York (novellas) The decades indicated in the subtitles to the stories make them prequels, after a fashion, to "The Age of Innocence." All five might as well be cut from the same bolt of cloth, sharing settings, characters, social insight, a similar knowing eye for a telling detail, and the occasional prop (a canary coach, an ormolu clock).
Old New York (novellas) Lewis Raycie, just turned 21 years old, is sent to Europe by his father, Halston Raycie, to collect great art as the seed of a collection by which the senior Raycie hopes to be known to posterity. Halston Raycie has made his own fortune; he intends to be known to history as the patriarch of a dynasty.
Old New York (novellas) Delia agrees to see to it that Tina and Charlotte are not separated, but she also sees to it that Charlotte is not allowed to marry Joe Ralston (a cousin of Delia's husband Jim). Delia's husband dies, and Charlotte and Tina move into Delia's home. When Tina comes of age, since she is known to society as an orphan, with no family or estate, her marriage prospects are dim, although she attracts many suitors. Charlotte fears that Tina will repeat the pattern Charlotte started, by getting pregnant before she finds a husband.
Old New York (novellas) All the stories are filled with dense and lively interplay of ideas. Religion, women's rights, art criticism, the strictures and structures of society, the place of wealth among Manhattan's élite class, familial loyalty, love and passion and honor, are all examined in the spotlight of Wharton's scrutiny, interwoven with Wharton's incisive, often aphoristic observations about a society she knew well from having been raised in it. An example, from "New Year's Day": "The self-sufficing little society of that vanished New York attached no great importance to wealth, but regarded poverty as so distasteful that it simply took no account of it." Throughout, Wharton captures a keen sense of the arc of time; frequently remarking nostalgically on things that change or are lost with the passage of generations (objects, locations, families, institutions, mores). Innumerable illuminating subplots and details have been omitted in the synopses.
Telos Doctor Who novellas The Telos "Doctor Who" novellas were a series of tie-in novellas based on the long-running BBC science fiction television series "Doctor Who", officially licensed by the BBC and published by Telos Publishing.