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Marillion
   are named after   
The Name of a Novel by J. R. R. Tolkien
'The Silmarillion' is a collection of J. R. R. Tolkien's works, edited and published posthumously by his son Christopher.
Steppenwolf
   are named after   
The Name of a Novel by Hermann Hesse
“Steppenwolf” was also made into a film in 1974 starring Max von Sydow.
'manga'
   means   
A Japanese Comic Book or Graphic Novel
Novel
   in French is   
Roman
Novel
   in Portuguese is   
Novela
Novel Concerning Personal Development
   in German is   
Bildungsroman
Gilead: A Novel
   was written by   
Marilynne Robinson
2005
The Godfather: A Novel for Television (1977)
   starred   
Marlon Brando, Al Pacino and Robert Duvall
Director: Francis Ford Coppola. Also starred James Caan, Richard S. Castellano & Diane Keaton
The Novel "Gadsby" Does Not Contain the Letter "E."
   is   
True
MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors
   is   
The Korean War, 1950-1953
By Richard Hooker, pseudonym for H. Richard Hornberger, 1968
The Amityville Horror (1979)
   has the tagline   
The Best-selling Novel About a Haunted House...has Become Real!
The Odessa File (1974)
   has the tagline   
From the Smash Suspense Novel of the Year
Novel
   in Italian is   
Romanzo
Bertolt Brecht
   wrote   
Threepenny Novel
Evolved from 'The Threepenny Opera'
M. Ageyev
   wrote   
Novel With Cocaine
Novel
   in Welsh is   
Nofel
Murasaki Shikibu
   was/were the first   
Write a Novel
Tale of the Genji 1007
William Hill Brown
   was/were the first   
To Write an American Novel
1789 set in Boston
Friedrich Dürrenmatt
   wrote   
The Pledge: Requiem for the Detective Novel
Together with 'The Judge and His Hangman', these stories are considered classics of crime fiction, fusing existential philosophy and the detective genre.
The Razor's Edge
   begins   
I Have Never Begun a Novel With More Misgiving
W. Somerset Maugham, 1944
G. K. Chesterton
   said   
"A Good Novel Tells You the Truth About Its Hero; but a Bad Novel Tells You the Truth About Its Author"
English writer of the early 20th century. His prolific and diverse output included journalism, philosophy, poetry, biography and detective fiction
Sarah Weinman
   won the award for   
The Real LolitaThe: Kidnapping of Sally Horner and the Novel That Scandalized the World
2019. Looks at the real-life case of the 1948 abduction of an 11 year old girl which was the inspiration for the nove written by Vladimir Nabokov.
George Bernard Shaw
   is known as a   
Novelist
Greebo
   appears in   
Discworld Novels
A grey tom cat with a very bad temper and only one eye.
Samuel Beckett
   is known as a   
Novelist
Saoi
Crookshanks
   is in   
Harry Potter Novels & Movies
By J.K. Rowling. Hermione Granger's cat in the
Simon Templar (The Saint)
   is a fictional secret agent in   
Leslie Charteris' Novels
Known as the Saint because of his initials S.T. The character has also appeared in motion pictures, radio dramas, comic strips, and three television series.
Jack Ryan
   is a fictional secret agent in   
Tom Clancy's Novels
CIA agent President John Patrick Ryan appears in 'The Hunt for Red October' & 'Patriot Games'. The novels and film adaptations in which the character appears are collectively referred to as the "Ryanverse".
James Joyce
   is known as a   
Novelist
Leslie Marmon Silko
   is famous for being a   
Laguna Pueblo Poet and Novelist
Laguna Woman, 1974, Ceremony, 1977, others
Maeve Binchy
   is known as a   
Novelist
Born 1940, Dalkey. Actually novelist, newspaper columnist and speaker. Novels include The Glass Lake (1994), Evening Class (1996) and Tara Road (1998).
The Sun Also Rises, A Farewell to Arms
   are all   
Novels by Ernest Hemingway
Neolatry
   is the worship of   
Novelty
John Connolly & Declan Burke
   won the award for   
Books to Die For: The World’s Greatest Mystery Writers on the World’s Greatest Mystery Novels
2013. An anthology of essays by some of the worlds best mystery writers discussing the books they themselves enjoy.
George Smiley
   is a fictional secret agent in   
John Le Carré's 'George Smiley' Novels
An intelligence officer working for MI6 (often referred to as "the Circus")
Novelist
   in French is   
Romancier
M
   is a fictional secret agent in   
Ian Fleming's Novels
Also in a number of James Bond film.
Bram Stoker
   is known as a   
Novelist
Author of Dracula, died 1912.
James Bond (007)
   is a fictional secret agent in   
Ian Fleming's Novels
Also the James Bond films






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