Home » tags

Articles, tagged with "short story", page 1

Bookmark and Share

Some Homemade Gag Gift Options for 50th Birthday Celebrants

03rd May 2011
Life goes on at 50, and on the celebrant's fiftieth birthday, surprise him with something that will make his special day more fun and interesting. Give him a homemade gag gift which will surely remind him that life is absolutely enjoyable and that his fri... Read >
Author: melissa

Psychological Tricks to Get Your Ex Boyfriend Back After A Breakup!

31st March 2011
For several years even centuries relationships has been studied by expert psychologists and doctors to know the actual problems in the relationship and get better from there. It looks like relationships are aspect of nature that is what everybody passing ... Read >
Author: Charles Uadiale

Poe’s Use of Imagery

31st August 2010
Imagery is defined as the use of vivid or figurative language to represent objects, actions, or ideas. In all of Poe’s stories, imagery plays an enormous role in his writing. In the stories "The Cask of Amontillado" and "The Tell-Tale Heart," Poe provides... Read >
Author: Poseidon Swimming Pools

Top 10 Tips on How to Open Your Speech

04th June 2010
You have a few seconds to engage your audience at the beginning of your presentation. What should you do to ensure a successful opening to your speech? How can you start your speech with greater success?Imagine that you are at NASA mission control. The la... Read >
Author: George Torok

The Story of "Roman Fever"

05th January 2010
Copyright (c) 2009 James Holan In the short story Roman Fever by Edith Wharton, the story of two women who used to be best friends is explored. The characters who are involved in the main part of the story are two women who used to be best friends when... Read >
Author: blackbeltshop

Easy Best Man Speech - You Fill in the Blanks

09th July 2009
The only stressful thing the Best Man has to do during the wedding and wedding reception is give that best man speech. Everyone is looking at you now and occasionally glancing over to the bride and groom. Here's a outline for you to fill in yourself fo... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

The Magic of Skinny Pills

26th June 2009
It seems everybody, just about, wants to end up skinny and not fat nowadays. There's a certain stigma that comes with being fat. Short story master Raymond Carver described it perfectly in one of his stories. Nowadays people are looking left and right... Read >
Author: mark

California's Wild West is in Twain's Calaveras County

20th January 2009
If you're looking for Gold Rush history, you could hardly do better than to visit Mark Twain's former home, Calaveras County, which today shows off many of the same attributes that attracted Twain. Students of Mark Twain will remember The Celebrated Ju... Read >
Author: CaliforniaWeekend.com

Kudos for a job well done

09th January 2009
Have you ever wanted to send someone a special message for a job well done other than some impersonal email or sticky note? Want to send you heath care professional a thank you or a vendor who went out of their way to help you in a difficult situation? ... Read >
Author: Daniel M

Tamil Short Stories

20th August 2008
The short story format originated from Europe. The Tamil world believes that the short stories in Tamil can be traced back to the seventeenth century to 'Paramartha Kurunkathai' a transition from the classical Tamil poetry. V.V.S. Iyer started a new trend... Read >
Author: iyers

Race and Class Issues in “Recitatif” by Toni Morrison

26th June 2007
Toni Morrison in his short story "Recitatif" shows five encounters of the two girls and makes the reader to realize all of them himself. One of the times the two characters meet as women, Twyla is living a standard middle class life together with her husb... Read >
Author: andrewshw2

Teaching Reporting Verbs to ESL Students

08th March 2007
The most common verbs we use to report what someone says are "say" and "tell". These are the verbs which students learn first when they learn reported speech. These are fine, of course, but there will come a time in your students' learning when they want ... Read >
Author: Keith Taylor

Uniformity and Deformity in Vonnegut´s ´Harrison Bergeron´

31st July 2006
In this essay, I will attempt to explore what Kurt Vonnegut illustrated in his short story „Harrison Bergeron"--the fact that uniformity (of any kind) leads to the loss of individuality, and therefore to absolute deformity of humanity. „The year was 20... Read >
Author: Marek V
Bookmark and Share