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There were ten holes in the redkayak or may be more

than 10

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The correct answer to the given question is letter B or V.S. Naipaul. Born Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipul on August 17, 1932 in Chaguanas, Trinidad and Tobago, he was known for his works such as the following: The Mystic Masseur which was published in 1957, The Suffrage of Elvira in 1958, Miguel Street in 1959, A House for Mr. Biswas in 1961, The Mimic Men in 1967, A Flag on the Island in 1967, Guerillas in 1975, A Bend in the River in 1979, A Way in the World in 1994, Half a Life in 2001, and Magic Seeds in 2004. A Bend in the River was published in May 1979 by Alfred A Knopf and covered the story of Salim and his narration of how Africa changed significantly changed throughout the years.

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The best novel ever written was Gone with the Wind. It was written by Margaret Mitchell. The novel was written from the eyes of a slaveholder which is quite controversial in this touchy day and age but that stuff happened and so it should not be bashed like the Civil War statues have been.


This book is a classic that tells it like it was back in the days of the Civil War. The book was published in 1936 and was a masterpiece. A movie has been made from it as well. In the storyline, a young woman named Scarlett O'Hara deals with all sorts of things from the war from all the boys being away so she can't date to going from rich to poor.


She determines that she will never be poor again and sets about to marry a man who she loves but he is smitten with another so she ends up with someone else. The story twists and turns and is utterly fantastic. I believe it is the greatest novel ever written and is true to the historical events and dates too.

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The longest written novel of all time was more than 500,000 words long and was published through a regular, mainstream publisher. The novel is called "Artamène ou le Grand Cyrus" and it was originally published in 1649–54. It comes in ten parts. Each of the parts makes up three volumes. It is usually attributed to Madeleine de Scudéry. There are specific considerations that are taken into account when compiling a longest novel award. Some count pages while others count words or characters. Word count is the most accurate.


The font and spacing plays a big role too. The length of the book, like page count, can denote its actual size but the thickest novel isn't necessarily the longest one. The again, what language it is written in plays a part too. It is difficult to really determine the longest novel but for all things considered, this one is although there are others with honorable mention that follow close behind.

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The oldest novel of all times is The Book of the Kells. It was written in 800 AD. It is a masterpiece for its time and is the most famous old book and the oldest one too. It is a glamorous tale of Ireland and is very elaborate for the days it was written, during the early Middle Ages. The original book is lovingly displayed in the Trinity College Library. It has 680 pages and all but two of the pages are decorated with ornamental type drawings.


It was written as a collaboration between scribes and artists, working side by side. They were Columbian monks and they all lived in an Iona monastery on the west coast of Scotland which was founded in the sixth century. The book is kept under low lighting in the library where 2 pages at a time are displayed.

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Rabbi, not a Tzaddik, Reuven was not a Hasidic Jew, he was an orthodox Jew who did not believe in Hasidic principles such as "tzaddik"

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Stephen King played Teddy Weizak in two episodes of the four episode miniseries “The Stand”. Weizak is a minor character in the story, and acts more like a taxi driver. There’s not much someone who hasn’t seen the miniseries or the book can say. He interacts only with Nadine Cross, one of the main characters in the book.


The book itself has had a couple of endings and revisions. The original one came out in 1978, and a revised one came out in 1990. The first one is set in the 1980s, and the second in the 1990s. The second version of “The Stand” also has a new ending, but all the same characters as the original one released in 1978.

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Don't ever judge no one by its cover , until you know for yourself exactly what that person have been through.

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