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What is a novel?

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by Haley Crigger on 9 September 2013

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Transcript of What is a novel?

What is a novel?
Please get out your journals for a materials check. If you left it in the classroom over the weekend, please retrieve it from the bin/its secret hiding spot.
What's in a novel?

Who reads novels?

Who writes novels?
malevolent (adj.): having or showing a wish to do harm to others

"My malevolent sister always takes things that do not belong to her!"
“People wonder why the novel is the most popular form of literature; people wonder why it is read more than books of science or books of metaphysics. The reason is very simple; it is merely that the novel is more true than they are.”
G.K. Chesterson
“Writing fiction is the act of weaving a series of lies to arrive at a greater truth.”
Khaled Hosseini, author of Kite Runner
“Poetry, plays, novels, music, they are the cry of the human spirit trying to understand itself and make sense of our world.”
Luara Malone Elliot
Beyonce reads!!
President Obama, too!
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