The differnts between a novel and a play is a novel is read, and a play is seen,You read and understand a novel, You watch and express emotions watching a play. <3
Tell No One - novel - was created in 2001.
Morality Play - novel - was created in 1995.
Foul Play - novel - was created in 1869.
Fair Play - novel - was created in 1989.
Only Time Will Tell - novel - was created in 2011.
Go Tell It on the Mountain - novel - was created in 1953.
Morality Play - novel - has 188 pages.
Play Dead - novel - was created in 1990-06.
Play Dead - novel - has 452 pages.
Go Tell It on the Mountain - novel - has 272 pages.
The difference between a play and a novel is that in a play you can express you emotions and expressions and it is in first person. And in a novel you are reading and understanding what the other people are saying (second person).
There are alot of novel. But i can't be bothered to tell u 1
The novel "Go Tell It On The Mountain" was written by James Baldwin in 1953. The novel looks into the lives of African Americans and the effect the church has on them.
It's a play by Shakespeare.
It's not a novel. It's a play by Samuel Beckett.
The Merchant of Venice is a play, not a novel.
Titles tell you a little bit about what the novel is about. They give you hints that help you decide whether you want to read the novel or not.
A play has directions for the actors.
Summarize the novel.
Tell No One: A Novel was written by Harlan Coben.
Much Ado About Nothing is a play. It is not a novel.