30 books that were originally serial novels (infographic)

Books on the Wall, the site that offers minimalist posters for book lovers, has designed an interesting infographic listing most famous novels.

What do all these books have in common? They were originally published in magazine or newspapers in weekly or monthly installments.

In the 1800s and early to mid-1900s, serialization was an immensely popular form of publishing. Publishing works in serialized form gave authors a much wider readership since even poorer readers could afford short volumes.

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Books that were originally serial novels #infographic

Via Books on the Wall Blog.

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