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Ian McEwan Is Lucky To Be Allowed To Publish Novellas

Posted at 7:00AM Tuesday 16 Oct 2012

The Booker-prize winning author Ian McEwan asserted at the weekend that the novella is a superior literary form to the novel. "If I could write the perfect novella I would die happy," he said.

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