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Is the Novel Dead? Part Two

In this special edition of the show, two writers joined me to opine the death of one of the most influential forms in the history of the written word. I posed the question that many great writers have pondered stretching across the last two centuries … Is the novel dead? And maybe a more up-to-date Read More... The post Is the Novel Dead? Part Two appeared first on Copyblogger.
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