La Arcadia  

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history of the novel

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Individual Novels Discussed

earliest, extant novels, ancient Greek novel

From Western antiquity—Greece and Rome—these are the earliest, extant novels:

Asian works

Asian novel

Early important Asian novels include:

The 13th century

13th century literature

The 14th century

15th century literature

The 15th century

15th century literature

The 16th century

16th century literature

The 17th century

17th century literature

The 18th century

18th century literature

The 19th century

19th century literature

The 20th century

20th century literature

The 20th century also saw the emergence of many notable novelists of non-European and non-U.S. backgrounds. The years 19601967, in particular, witnessed the Latin America novel boom:

The most notable African American novelists have included:

Modernism continued into the late 20th century, sometimes becoming postmodernism; Toni Morrison (above) is part of that tradition:

Other novelists ignored or reacted against modernism:




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