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The novel as we know it began in the eighteenth century. True False
Yes, the term novel was coined in the 18th century.
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User: The novel as we know it began in the eighteenth century. True False

Weegy: Yes, the term novel was coined in the 18th century.
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User: did novels as we know them begin in the 18th century?

Weegy: Technically, I would say yes. The 18th century is often called the "rise of the novel".
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