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List of novelists

Well-known authors of novels, listed by country:

See also: Lists of authors, List of poets, List of playwrights, List of short story authors

Contents

Albania

See also : Albanian literature

Algeria

Ancient Latin authors

Angola

Argentina

Armenia

Assyrian

Australia

See: List of Australian novelists

Austria

Bangladesh

Belarus

Belgium

Benin

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Botswana

Brazil

Burkina Faso

Cameroon

Canada

See also: Canadian literature, List of Canadian writers

Cape Verde

Catalonia

Chad

Pep Coll

Chile

China

Colombia

Republic of the Congo

Democratic Republic of the Congo

(formerly Zaïre)

Cosmopolitanism|Cosmopolitan

Costa Rica

Côte d'Ivoire

Croatia

Cuba

Czech Republic

Denmark

Djibouti

Ecuador

Egypt

Equatorial Guinea

Estonia

Ethiopia

Finland

France

See: French literature, List of French novelists

Gabon

Gambia

Germany

Ghana

Greece

Guinea

Haïti

Honduras

Hong Kong

Hungary

Iceland

India

Indonesia

  • Andrea Hirata, Tetralogy of "Laskar Pelangi" (The Rainbow Troops)
  • Dewi Lestari

Iran

Ireland

See: Irish fiction, List of Irish novelists

Israel

Italy

See also: Italian literature, List of Italian writers

Jamaica

Japan

See also: Japanese literature, List of Japanese authors

Kenya

Kosovo

Kurdland

Latvia

Lebanon

Lesotho

Republic of Macedonia

Madagascar

Jean-Joseph Rabearivelo

Malawi

Malaysia

Mali

Mauritania

Mexico

Morocco

see also Literature of Morocco

Mozambique

Nepal

  • Samrat Upadhyay
  • Bishweshwar Prasad Koirala (1914–1982): Sumnima, Tin Ghumti, Hitlar Ra Yahudi.
  • Parijat (writer) (1937–1993): Shirishko Phool (Blue Mimosa), Anido Pahadsangai, Paribhasit Ankhanharu.
  • Vijaya Malla (1925–1999): Anuradha, Kumari Shova.
  • Govinda Gothale (born 1922): Pallo Gharako Jhyal (in English: The Window Of The House Opposite), Aparna.
  • Madan Mani Dixit (1923): Madhavi, Bhumisukta.
  • Jagadish Ghimire (1945): Lilam, Sabiti.
  • Khagendra Sangraula (1946): Chetanako Pahilo Dak, Amako Chhatapati, Junakiriko Sangit.
  • Narayan Dhakal (1953): Pitta Sambad, Durviksha, Pretakalpa.
  • Ismali (1955): Seto Atanka, Zero Mile.
  • Sarubhakta (1956): Pagal Basti.
  • Padmavati Singh (1948): Samanantar Akasa
  • Rishi Raj Baral (1952): Samar Gatha
  • Pradip Nepal (1953): Purbatir, Akas Gangako Tiraitir
  • Nayan Raj Pande (1966): Ular, Loo.[1][2][3]

Netherlands

New Zealand

  • Janet Frame (1924–2004) author of An Angel At My Table

Nigeria

See: List of Nigerian writers

Norway

Pakistan

Paraguay

Philippines

Peru

Poland

Portugal

Puerto Rico

  • Giannina Braschi (born 1953), Yo-Yo Boing! (1998), and El imperio de los suenos/Empire of Dreams (1988).
  • Luis López Nieves (born 1950), Seva (1984), Escribir para Rafa (1987), La verdadera muerte de Juan Ponce de León (2000), El corazón de Voltaire (2005)

Romania

Russia

Samoa

São Tomé and Príncipe

Senegal

See: List of Senegalese writers

Serbia

Sierra Leone

Somalia

South Africa

See: List of South African writers

South Korea

See: List of Korean novelists

Spain

See:List of Spanish language authors. See: Spanish Literature

Sri Lanka

Sudan

Sweden

Switzerland

Taiwan

Tanzania

Togo

Trinidad and Tobago

Tunisia

Turkey

Uganda

Ukraine

United Kingdom

England

See: List of English novelists

Scotland

See: List of Scottish novelists

Wales

Northern Ireland

See also: List of Northern Irish writers and List of Irish novelists

United States

See: List of novelists from the United States

Uruguay

See: Culture of Uruguay

Venezuela

Vietnam

Yiddish

Zimbabwe (formerly Rhodesia)

References

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