Bibliography of the Sequence Novel


Elizabeth Margaret Kerr

The term “sequence novel,” coined by Dr. Elizabeth Kerr to describe a genre which she is the first to define, designates a series of closely related novels forming an artistic whole. This bibliography provides a delimitation of this concept and a survey of its contents, listing 3173 separate novels and 999 sequences, classified according to language. Data for each novel include the authors’ pseudonyms, translators’ names, publishers’ names, foreign title translations, sequence titles, nonfiction and “sequel” continuity titles, and titles of books proposed but not written.

Elizabeth Margaret Kerr was a professor of English at Rockford College and the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.

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