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This section presents a list of terms and concepts that occur in this book titled Fiction on the fringe: novelistic writing in the post-classical age . The present volume comprises ten articles, nine of which were originally presented at the colloquium. In the paper that opens the collection, Helen Morales (Challenging Some Orthodoxies: The Politics of Genre and the Ancient Greek Novel) looks at some key ways in which "novel" and "fringe literature" are currently defined as literary concepts in contemporary critical approaches, and she wonders whether it is possible to identify specific criteria which one may use to insert clear boundaries between literary genres.

Keywords: ancient Greek novel; fringe literature

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