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Bryony Randall on the One-Day Novel

Bryony Randall, New Literary History

The one-day novel - that is a book which covers the action of just a single day - has caught the attention of British academic Bryony Randall. A lecturer in English Literature at the University of Glasgow, Randall took a close look at the topic in a recent essay published in the journal New Literary History. Randall joined our podcast series to discuss her essay and just what makes the one-day novel a draw for some people.

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