Belonging Short Story Essays and Term Papers

  • Belonging short story

    Belonging to myself The sun was shining through the Venetian blinds, forming lines of warmth and security. I sat limply in my rocking arm chair and allowed it to gently rock me. The only sound that permeated through the room was the melodic wave crashing outside. I glanced around my beach house, its...

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  • Belonging - Short Story

    Short Story Screaming in pain, Rebecca was about to give birth to her first baby. She was forced to have a homebirth as there were no hospitals around for miles. Her shrieks of pain had woken everyone in the neighbourhood, many came up to the house to get a glimpse of the situation. One of Rebecca’s...

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  • Short Story on Belonging Yo

    death. In losing him she had lost hope in understanding him, and understanding herself. For in understanding is the true sense of genuine love, and belonging. This is what she had come to believe. Until she began to read. She started with the older authors. Oscar Wilde, Henry Lawrence, Virginia Wolf, the...

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  • English Short Story on Belonging

    has kept us safe thus far. No thanks to you,’ he added. ‘A headache is nothing, but you know how little things are blown out of proportion. It is a short step from a whisper of gossip to being sent to the government’s so called “refuge”.’ ‘You have been made a supervisor’, I said flatly and now his face...

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  • Belonging - Short Story

    *** My father slowly wiped down the Lee-Enfield while I filled up the metal canteen. “Father, is it going to hurt the rabbit?” He let out a short laughter, finished with a smirk and a smile offering me to polish the .303 that he was wiping. “Come on son, if you have a mind as weak as that, you...

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  • Belonging story

    Creative Story September 3rd, 2012. A war torn country, plagued with death and injury, houses the lives of a helpless family looking for survival. Mohammed, Tira and their daughter ashur, are constantly forced into moving like a rat in a cage from house to house in order to find peace and quiet for...

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  • Belonging Story

    tore apart my house like a wet paper bag. After hours of inhaling the smoke of my memories, it had left. As I arose from the stream in only a pair of shorts that could’ve been mistaken as a torn piece of cloth, I only realised how badly I had been attacked. My right arm resembled a burnt marsh mellow, my...

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    the lights blare down on the podeum, the cardinal, alone at its peak speaks out over the assembeled mass. Raitiating down from him his angels each with their staff of office surround the podeum, each chosen for their purity and devotion to the cause, then arround them are the keepers of the hosue, the...

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  • Short Stories

    The pioneers of the teaching of science imagined that its     introduction into education would remove the conventionality,     artificiality, and backward-lookingness which were characteristic;     of classical studies, but they were gravely disappointed. So, too, in 5   their time had the humanists...

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  • Short Story

    Unwelcome Passenger The man looked familiar, and immediately I felt my pulse quicken. He wore oil-stained jeans and a torn leather vest, but no shirt. Straight black hair hung nearly to his waist. A snake tattoo circled his forearm. Mid-thirties, I guessed. I didn't realize I was staring so hard...

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  • Short Story

    "...the pain of saying goodbye and moving on." Write a short story inspired by the above phrase. Bright lights. Clean walls. Clean floors. Pale uniforms. People rushing back and forth through the corridors. That nauseating smell that lingers in your nostrils for hours after you leave. Blood slipped...

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  • Short Story

    Left In The Dark The dreadful smell of something rotting filled the small, dark room. Whoever was keeping me here had put me down in the basement. I found this out after my first escape attempt. Ever since then he has been coming down every day, just to check on me or to cause me pain. I was sitting...

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  • Short Stories

    want to avenge the death of the man who Pepe killed. After much running and even being shot, he is killed by these men. | Tone: The tone of this story is extremely suspenseful. The author has kept the reader on a hook to find out whether Pepe escapes the gunmen. The reader is desperate to know whether...

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  • Short Story

    internet The creation of the internet has affected society and individual's life in many positive ways.Individuals,companies,and institutions use the internet in many ways.Companies and institutions use the internet to provide their own profit,including advertising,selling,buying...etc.The use of the...

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  • Short Story

    Short Story 12/18/2012 Bonnie Liu It is raining outside. As if God is weeping, droplets run across windows ceaselessly, “di-da…di-da…di-da,” resounding through every corner in the house. Nevertheless, this little sad song has been drowned out by a raucous drunk crowd who is now partying for...

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  • The Short Story

    Shirley Jackson was a popular American novelist and short story writer of twentieth century, known for her forte in mystery and horror fiction. Supernatural, sinister and mysterious elements played significant role in her works. She has a very odd style of writing and plot. Her themes are usually pertaining...

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  • Short Story

    chose Indiana. I attended IU last fall and came home in December for Christmas break. I decided Ole Miss was where my heart belonged. After applying short notice and hearing back, I was headed down south for good. My parent’s favorite advice, “Everything will work itself out,” was an affirmation I didn’t...

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  • Short story

     An Angel's Wings Ever since Aly Nightengail was a little girl, she loved angels. Everything about them. The way their eyes sparkled, glistened in all light. The way they wouldn't lie to you. The way they couldn't harm a single living being, because they we're let into heaven...

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  • Short Story

    A Father’s Escape When I was sixteen my father went to the moon. A few years prior to his departure from Earth our house became a cave and the backyard a prehistoric jungle where dinosaurs roamed freely and lived among us. See my father was a unique individual with what I believed in the oblivion...

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    Secret Lost in the Water Carrier, Roch. The Hockey Sweater and Other Stories. Translated by Sheila Fischman. Concord, Ontario: House of Anansi Press Ltd., 1979. ********************************************* After I started going to school my father scarcely talked any more. I was very intoxicated...

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