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Henry Arnold

How to Write a Short Story About School Life: An Example

When you write a story about school or school life, you should think it from the end. A short story is different from a novel which sometimes finds its own way when ...

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Philip Spires

Characters Controlled by Base Urge - Laughable Loves by Milan Kundera

Milan Kundera's short stories Laughable Loves present characters who apparently do little more than lust for, search for and imagine sex. It seems that life is...

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Philip Spires

Milan Kundera's short stories Laughable Loves present characters who apparently do little more than lust for, search for and imagine sex. It seems that life is little more than the pursuit of

By: Philip Spires l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Apr 03, 2012
Henry Arnold

When you write a story about school or school life, you should think it from the end. A short story is different from a novel which sometimes finds its own way when writing it; you need a plan and a

By: Henry Arnold l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Feb 20, 2012
Henry Arnold

A good school story should have all the essential elements of a good short story. That means you need a motivating headline, an attracting and exciting first paragraph, a developing conflict between

By: Henry Arnold l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Feb 17, 2012
Ismael Tabalno

Needless to say, this book is a good companion amidst your busy days. It is bound to remind you of that one moment in your existence where you had no choice but to take a risk and plunge into a wild

By: Ismael Tabalno l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Feb 08, 2012
Ismael Tabalno

If you appreciate rags-to-riches type of stories, this may be one of your cup of tea. It is a fictional take on reality and vice versa-something which you can surely enjoy amidst a cold weather and a

By: Ismael Tabalno l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Feb 02, 2012
Sandy Ingram

A short story. Jeffery a young married man, experiences guilty pleasure as a result of a forbidden affair outside of his marriage. This short story evolves around Jeffery's thinking and reasoning for

By: Sandy Ingram l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Nov 27, 2011

A Rose for Emily explored the history and legend of the south while delving into the sensitive insight on the human character. It deals with how Emily, the main character, refused to accept change.

By: Lori Lang l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Aug 28, 2011
Ivor G Goligher

A reader loves to get their claws into a good book. The bigger the better because you never want a story to end. The world is full of big books; some brilliant, some good, some bad, and others that

By: Ivor G Goligher l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Aug 27, 2011

Ernest Hemingway always said more with less. Instead of explicitly stating his meanings and reasons, he placed them subtly in his short fiction, as clues to be uncovered by astute reader-detectives.

By: Thomas C Salatto l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Aug 09, 2011

I stood out in the cold, damp grass barefoot and felt the tendrils of mist curl around me. The lighthouse half a mile down the beach flashed through the fog every one and a half seconds exactly. Last

By: Lucia Baker l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Jun 26, 2011

Dickens' The Signalman must be one of the most enigmatic stories ever written and although students may find it difficult, they often come to recognise the art of its slipperiness! Heated debates can

By: Janet Lewison l Book Reviews > Short Stories l May 18, 2011

William Trevor's collection of short stories 'Cheating at Canasta' reveals the subtle ways we sabotage our own prospects of happiness as well as those of others. This review explores the unfinished

By: Janet Lewison l Book Reviews > Short Stories l May 16, 2011
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Henry Arnold

When you write a story about school or school life, you should think it from the end. A short story is different from a novel which sometimes finds its own way when writing it; you need a plan and a

By: Henry Arnold l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Feb 20, 2012 lViews: 115 lComments: 0
Philip Spires

Milan Kundera's short stories Laughable Loves present characters who apparently do little more than lust for, search for and imagine sex. It seems that life is little more than the pursuit of

By: Philip Spires l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Apr 03, 2012 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
Ismael Tabalno

Needless to say, this book is a good companion amidst your busy days. It is bound to remind you of that one moment in your existence where you had no choice but to take a risk and plunge into a wild

By: Ismael Tabalno l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Feb 08, 2012 lViews: 58 lComments: 0

I stood out in the cold, damp grass barefoot and felt the tendrils of mist curl around me. The lighthouse half a mile down the beach flashed through the fog every one and a half seconds exactly. Last

By: Lucia Baker l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Jun 26, 2011 lViews: 51 lComments: 0

Dickens' The Signalman must be one of the most enigmatic stories ever written and although students may find it difficult, they often come to recognise the art of its slipperiness! Heated debates can

By: Janet Lewison l Book Reviews > Short Stories l May 18, 2011 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Sandy Ingram

A short story. Jeffery a young married man, experiences guilty pleasure as a result of a forbidden affair outside of his marriage. This short story evolves around Jeffery's thinking and reasoning for

By: Sandy Ingram l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Nov 27, 2011 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Henry Arnold

A good school story should have all the essential elements of a good short story. That means you need a motivating headline, an attracting and exciting first paragraph, a developing conflict between

By: Henry Arnold l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Feb 17, 2012 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Ismael Tabalno

If you appreciate rags-to-riches type of stories, this may be one of your cup of tea. It is a fictional take on reality and vice versa-something which you can surely enjoy amidst a cold weather and a

By: Ismael Tabalno l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Feb 02, 2012 lViews: 44 lComments: 0

A Rose for Emily explored the history and legend of the south while delving into the sensitive insight on the human character. It deals with how Emily, the main character, refused to accept change.

By: Lori Lang l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Aug 28, 2011 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Ivor G Goligher

A reader loves to get their claws into a good book. The bigger the better because you never want a story to end. The world is full of big books; some brilliant, some good, some bad, and others that

By: Ivor G Goligher l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Aug 27, 2011 lViews: 43 lComments: 0

William Trevor's collection of short stories 'Cheating at Canasta' reveals the subtle ways we sabotage our own prospects of happiness as well as those of others. This review explores the unfinished

By: Janet Lewison l Book Reviews > Short Stories l May 16, 2011 lViews: 40 lComments: 0

Ernest Hemingway always said more with less. Instead of explicitly stating his meanings and reasons, he placed them subtly in his short fiction, as clues to be uncovered by astute reader-detectives.

By: Thomas C Salatto l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Aug 09, 2011 lViews: 38 lComments: 0
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Henry Arnold

When you write a story about school or school life, you should think it from the end. A short story is different from a novel which sometimes finds its own way when writing it; you need a plan and a

By: Henry Arnold l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Feb 20, 2012 lViews: 115 lComments: 0
Henry Arnold

A good school story should have all the essential elements of a good short story. That means you need a motivating headline, an attracting and exciting first paragraph, a developing conflict between

By: Henry Arnold l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Feb 17, 2012 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Ismael Tabalno

Needless to say, this book is a good companion amidst your busy days. It is bound to remind you of that one moment in your existence where you had no choice but to take a risk and plunge into a wild

By: Ismael Tabalno l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Feb 08, 2012 lViews: 58 lComments: 0
Ismael Tabalno

If you appreciate rags-to-riches type of stories, this may be one of your cup of tea. It is a fictional take on reality and vice versa-something which you can surely enjoy amidst a cold weather and a

By: Ismael Tabalno l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Feb 02, 2012 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Sandy Ingram

A short story. Jeffery a young married man, experiences guilty pleasure as a result of a forbidden affair outside of his marriage. This short story evolves around Jeffery's thinking and reasoning for

By: Sandy Ingram l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Nov 27, 2011 lViews: 49 lComments: 0

A Rose for Emily explored the history and legend of the south while delving into the sensitive insight on the human character. It deals with how Emily, the main character, refused to accept change.

By: Lori Lang l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Aug 28, 2011 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Ivor G Goligher

A reader loves to get their claws into a good book. The bigger the better because you never want a story to end. The world is full of big books; some brilliant, some good, some bad, and others that

By: Ivor G Goligher l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Aug 27, 2011 lViews: 43 lComments: 0

Ernest Hemingway always said more with less. Instead of explicitly stating his meanings and reasons, he placed them subtly in his short fiction, as clues to be uncovered by astute reader-detectives.

By: Thomas C Salatto l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Aug 09, 2011 lViews: 38 lComments: 0

I stood out in the cold, damp grass barefoot and felt the tendrils of mist curl around me. The lighthouse half a mile down the beach flashed through the fog every one and a half seconds exactly. Last

By: Lucia Baker l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Jun 26, 2011 lViews: 51 lComments: 0

Dickens' The Signalman must be one of the most enigmatic stories ever written and although students may find it difficult, they often come to recognise the art of its slipperiness! Heated debates can

By: Janet Lewison l Book Reviews > Short Stories l May 18, 2011 lViews: 51 lComments: 0

William Trevor's collection of short stories 'Cheating at Canasta' reveals the subtle ways we sabotage our own prospects of happiness as well as those of others. This review explores the unfinished

By: Janet Lewison l Book Reviews > Short Stories l May 16, 2011 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
Philip Spires

Milan Kundera's short stories Laughable Loves present characters who apparently do little more than lust for, search for and imagine sex. It seems that life is little more than the pursuit of

By: Philip Spires l Book Reviews > Short Stories l Apr 03, 2012 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
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