historical novel


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historical novel

n.
A novel that re-creates a period or event in history and often uses historical figures as some of its characters.
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Synopsis: In Ian James Ross historical novel "War at the Edge of the World", a veteran soldier defends the receding borders of the Roman Empire.
This historical novel, set in 1950s rural Wales, explores tensions between North and South, the Welsh- and English-speaking, and modern movement versus heritage preservation.
Thorne told the story in her historical novel Noah's Wife.
Re-Making the Italians: Collective Identities in the Contemporary Italian Historical Novel
The network announced that it will air a four-hour miniseries based on the historical novel "The Dovekeepers,'' sometime in 2015.
Critique: A riveting historical novel set in an Edwardian England, "If I Fall" is as an engaging a read as it is entertaining.
From here came the germ for her first historical novel.
Education applied that by educating young people some curriculum that denies diversity such as: "from Diaspora to salvation", " Holocaust and liberation", and building a historical novel on the ruins of a humanitarian crime as "ethnic cleansing" of the Palestinians.
On Canaan's Side beat portraits of 18th century Paris and Nazi-occupied Europe to be named best historical novel of the year and claim the GBP25,000 prize money.
Harriet Castor will talk about her historical novel about the young King Henry VIII.
com)-- Eternal Press has released The Dutch: Prelude to their Golden Age: A Historical Novel by Richard Schultz.
The Woman at the Well is an excellent historical novel - well written, well edited, and quite lyrical - and it is a contemporary novel giving insight into the history of Islam.

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