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Christopher Fowler
Ian McEwan seems to function better in novella form, and told an audience at The Times Cheltenham Literature Festival that he believes "the novella is the supreme literary form". "Many of the writers we love the most, we love for their novellas: Death in Venice, The Turn of the Screw, The Metamorphosis". The novella can be defined as a work of 25,000 words, and allows authors to concentrate on the…
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