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Madeleine and Georges de ScudéryFrench; 10 volumes, 2.1 million words
Jules RomainsFrench; 27 volumes, 2.07 million words
Marcel ProustFrench; 7 volumes, 1.5 million words
Madison CooperPublished 1952; 1731 pages, 1.1 million words
Samuel RichardsonPublished 1748; 969,000 words
Xavier HerbertPublished 1975; 850,000 words
Marguerite YoungPublished 1965; 700,000 words
Ayn RandPublished 1957; 540,000 words
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Alexandre DumasPublished 1847; French; 626,000 French words
Vikram SethPublished 1993; 591,552 words
Leo Tolstoy460,000 Russian and French words; 560,000 words in English
Carl SandburgPublished 1948; 532,030 words
Victor HugoPublished 1862; 513,000 French words
Marija Jurić ZagorkaPublished 1935; 5200 pages
Robert Musil3 parts (unfinished); 1700 pages

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