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If you want to be able to reference a print edition at your leisure, one of my favorites is "Little Worlds" (Amazon). This anthology has 31 short stories for students. Their lengths vary. They aren't all as short as the ones on this page. Part 1 has 14 selections divided by the usual story elements. Part 2 has another 16 stories. A story about an unusual school dealing with a rather mundane subject. The story can be read for free. “In the Penal Colony” by Franz Kafka. “The Condemned Man, incidentally, had an expression of such dog-like resignation that it looked as if one could set him free to roam around the slopes and would only have to whistle at the start Author: Katherine Eion. (shelved 1 time as ebook-short-stories) avg rating — 1, ratings — published : Spanish Short Stories for Beginners: 10 Exciting Short Stories to Easily Learn Spanish & Improve Your Vocabulary (Easy Spanish Stories Book) (): Language Learning, Touri: Books/5(21).
This one is from another great anthology of short mystery stories. At the beginning, a young woman decides to tell her date a chilling true story. The tale is about her grandfather, who worked on a passenger train during a time when there was a ghastly murder on board. Reminiscent of Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express, this. The Penguin Book of Modern British Short Stories, edited by novelist and critic Malcolm Bradbury, is a collection of the finest short stories from our best loved authors, including Samuel Beckett, Graham Greene, William Golding, Kingsley Amis, Doris Lessing, Muriel Spark, J. G. Ballard, William Trevor, Ian McEwan, Martin Amis, Rose Tremain, Salman Rushdie, Graham Swift and /5(54). Trying to write a short story is the perfect place to begin your writing career. Because it reveals many of the obstacles, dilemmas, and questions you’ll face when creating fiction of any length. If you find these things knotty in a short story, imagine how profound they would be in a book-length tale. Most writers need to get a quarter. The story is, in the end, a testament to the power of a whole person--caustic, funny, articulate, alone, lost and found, cruel and loving--given life on the page. Originally published in The Yale Review, eager readers can find it Author: Arna Bontemps Hemenway.