Epistolary novel

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An epistolary novel is a novel composed as a series of letters. It is related to the false document form, but more probably draws inspiration from the letters in the New Testament. It was a form most popular in the nineteenth century, especially in the work of Jane Austen.


see: literature, false document, New Testament