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EDIT 18TH C NOVELS
September 1, 1976 by Dissertations-G .
Written in English
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Forthcoming historical novels for The Historical Novel Society lists mainstream and small press titles set in the s and earlier. Details are compiled by Fiona Sheppard (US & Canada) and Sarah Cuthbertson (UK), and are based on publisher descriptions.Project Title THE ONE PAGE NOVEL SCENE SPREADSHEET STAGE/ SCENE,DESCRIPTION,TIME / DATE,PLACE,CHARACTER 1,CHARACTER 2,SUBPLOT,WORD COUNT,CUMULATIVE WORD COUNT,INSTRUCTIONS 2.
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