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The list of her accomplishments and career highlights is large enough to fill a Proust-sized tome, but when it comes to the woman behind the resume, very little is known—barely a novella’s worth.
Variety reported yesterday HBO is developing a series based on Martin’s Tales of Dunk and Egg, a series of novellas that takes place 90 years before the events of Game of Thrones.
Una novella boccaccesca in azione nel secolo xv, p. 419 et seq.
Landau, M., La novella di messer Torello e le sue attinenze mitiche e leggendarie, in Giornale stor.
The most remarkable exception is Santa Maria Novella, which has an elaborate facing of black and white marble.
In other words the novella was actually (though still in miniature) a novel in nature as well as in name.
THE ENGLISH NOVELGEORGE SAINTSBURY
Rinaldo agreed, and marched with all his company to S. Maria Novella.
The rival piece may still be seen in Santa Maria Novella, and there is not much to choose between them.
THE STORY OF FLORENCEEDMUND G. GARDNER
Even the novella does not afford examples of such deliberate justification of undue liberty with source.
I can see you still, you pretty thing, crossing yourself at the door of Santa Maria Novella.
THE WINGS OF ICARUSLAURENCE ALMA TADEMA

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