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An Ode to the Novel

Summary: A discussion of novel as an art form that expresses the human condition, with examples of authors from the 17th century onward.
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This article is, as such, neither fact nor an accepted and acknowledged verity of any kind, manner or way. It is merely an opinion of the writer's, and an element of his disposition. The allusions and information included in it are the sum of personal belief and researched designs, on the part of its writer, other involved parties, and noted scholars, who have, over the years, come to feel that what it entails is more or less a relevant and important characteristic of the artistic landscape that has proved to constitute such an unequivocal and integral part of society, human civilization and existence. All that it pertains and all that it may come to mean in the reader's eyes is merely subjective and open to interpretation, appraisal and further opinion. Any comments would be more than welcomed by the writer and...

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