novella

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English - Turkish
kısa roman
(isim) kısa hikâye
{i} kısa hikâye
Turkish - Turkish
Boccacio'nin geliştirdiği realist, satirik ve arasında ahlaki konular işleyen bir öykü kitabı
Avrupa'da öykü ve roman gelişimini etkileyen, gerçekçi ve yergili bir anlatımla yazılmış sağlam yapılı kısa anlatı
English - English
A novella is a short novel or a long short story. an autobiographical novella from French writer Marguerite Duras. a story that is shorter than a novel, but longer than a short story (storia novella , from novello , from novellus; NOVEL). Story with a compact and pointed plot, often realistic and satiric in tone. Originating in Italy during the Middle Ages, it was often based on local events; individual tales often were gathered into collections. The novella developed into a psychologically subtle and structured short tale, with writers frequently using a frame story to unify tales around a theme, as in Giovanni Boccaccio's Decameron. The term is also used to describe a work of fiction intermediate in length and sometimes complexity between a short story and a novel. Examples of novellas include Fyodor Dostoyevsky's Notes from the Underground (1864), Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness (1902), Thomas Mann's Death in Venice (1912), and Henry James's The Aspern Papers (1888)
more than 7,500 - less than 40,000 words - a work of fiction, but can vary with genre
Fictional, prose narrative that is longer than a short story but shorter than a novel
{i} short novel
a short novel
a work of fiction intermediate in length and complexity between a short story and a novel
e-novella
an electronic novella
novellas
plural of novella
novella

    Hyphenation

    no·vel·la

    Turkish pronunciation

    nōvelı

    Pronunciation

    /nōˈvelə/ /noʊˈvɛlə/

    Etymology

    [ nO-'ve-l& ] (noun.) 1898. Italian, from feminine of novello new, from Latin novellus.

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