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A novella is a prose narrative that is longer than a short story but shorter than a novel. SFWA defines the word length of a novella as 17,500 to 39,999 words. A novella is more than just a word count, however.

Compared to a novel, a novella's plot is tightly focused and intensely presented. It usually describes a single event of limited duration (often less than a day), seen or told from the perspective of one character. Many novellas also have a real-world object that serves as the novella's symbol, the pivot around which the story turns: a treasured item, a single well-defined place, an entity or person who is not the narrator, a hunted creature or criminal, etc.

Examples of Daria Novellas[edit]