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Question 1: This etymological distinction avoids confusion of the ________ and the forms, with the novel being the more important, established fictional form.
LiteratureShort storySatirePoetry

Question 2: Lovecraft's works such as ________.
The Dunwich HorrorDunwich (Lovecraft)H. P. LovecraftArkham

Question 3: [6] Unlike ________, they are not divided into chapters, and are often intended to be read at a single sitting, as the short story, although white space is often used to divide the sections.
SatireNovelPoetryLiterature

Question 4: The idea of serialized novellas dates back to the ________, also known as the Arabian Nights,[8] from around the 10th century.
Abbasid CaliphateArabic literatureOne Thousand and One NightsIslamic Golden Age

Question 5: A novella (also called a short novel) is a written, fictional, prose ________ longer than a novelette but shorter than a novel.
Rhetorical modesNarratorNarrative modeNarrative

Question 6: Although the novella is a common literary genre in several ________, it is less common in English.
German languageRomanian languageLanguages of EuropeSpanish language

Question 7: Despite these problems, however, the novella's length provides unique advantages; in the introduction to a novella anthology titled Sailing to Byzantium, ________ writes:
Isaac AsimovFrederik PohlRobert SilverbergScience fiction

Question 8: The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America Nebula Awards for ________ define the novella as having a word count between 17,500 and 40,000.
Science fiction fandomCyberpunkAlternate historyScience fiction

Question 9: A novella has generally fewer conflicts than ________, yet more complicated ones than short stories.
PoetrySatireLiteratureNovel

Question 10: The novella as a literary genre later began developing in the early ________ literary work of the Italians and the French.
Western art historyRenaissanceItalian RenaissanceBaroque







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