This is a selected list of novellas that have gained fame and/or critical and public acclaim. The generally accepted length of a novella is 20,000 to 40,000 words, differing from a short story (1,000-7,500 words), a novelette (7,500-20,000 words) and a novel (above 40,000 words).
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... There have also been notable series of novellas published over the years, including Doctor Who novelisations - between 1964 and 1994 more than 150 books were published adapting episodes of the long-ru ... Many of these volumes fall into the length criteria of novellas ... See List of Doctor Who novelisations ...
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