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Date: Fri, 10 May 2002 17:31:04 -0700
From: Michael Andre-Driussi 
Subject: (urth) OT: further possible examples of story suites

Blattid reported:
>Ursula K. Le Guin has (apparently) recently come up
>with a useful term for books like _5HC_ and, another
>particularly useful example, Kim Stanley Robinson's
>_Icehenge_ -- i.e., books that are more than story
>collections or "fixups," but not exactly novels --
>in an online inteview with somebody or other named
>Nick Gevers, she refers to such book as "story suites,"
>which I htink is quite apt, but then when is UKLG
>other than apt?

Sounds good.  So would Steinbeck's CANNERY ROW and Jack Vance's THE DYING
EARTH both be further examples of "story suites", or are they


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