Short Descriptive Stories Essays and Term Papers

  • A Descriptive Short Story (Sad, Mysterious)

    SLASHER, hunting for a clue to the terrible unity, hunting for the nature of the single dark force that I know lies behind all the different nightmare stories, all the different fearful names. I have books too, of course, I have shelves stuffed with volumes, some learned, some hysterical, from treatises...

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  • Descriptive Essays , Poems, Short Stories Anf Literally Devices and Grammars.;

    It was on such morning; at the converging point of the River Niger with the ocean; a place called Nigeria where I spent my summer holiday; that this story began. Women, in the compound, had risen with the rooster to prepare meals while the men prepare the animal to be barbecued as the day progressed. The...

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  • Descriptive Story

    “Ha,ha,” they taunted,” just look at her.” Sally bowed her head miserably and made her way to the cluttered lunch table. Empty milk cartons and crumpled wrappers coated in cheese flooded the table she sat on. As she was about to bite into her apple, she felt a rush of wind and a huge clatter rang through...

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  • Short Story

    like he was overly excited. Without too much thought about it, Jenny waited as Dave attached the plow, and led Jenny to the fields. After a few short minutes, they arrived at the fields down by the woods. From there, Jenny began her usual route for this particular part of the fields. But for some...

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  • Short Story

    never have to bear this pain, they did it all for him. His mother now in tears, she hugged him. “We didn’t have time to redo your old room in such short notice.” It all made sense to him now, all the pictures of him on the walls, the subtle looks of happiness on their faces he caught throughout the...

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  • Short Story

    The Chapel I sat in was lined with wooden pews, unadorned as befitted the sombre mood. Inside the atmosphere was oppressive and a faint mustiness hung in the air. I was vaguely aware of the murmurs and rustlings of the other mourners as they took their seats. I dabbed my eyes with the hanker-chief as...

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  • Short Story

    Short Storyshort story is a brief work of literature, usually written in narrative prose. Emerging from earlier oral storytelling traditions in the 17th century, the short story has grown to encompass a body of work so diverse as to defy easy characterization. At its most prototypical the short story...

      1222 Words | 3 Pages   Short story, Novel, Plot (narrative), Chivalric romance

  • Short story

    A Bushrangers Fury Her eyes are bulging; her mouth opened wide revealing her tongue as it protrudes over her lower lip. Looking into her eyes I see them begging me to free her as I squeeze her neck even more tightly forcing tears to stream down her face like an angry waterfall. Finally I feel her...

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  • Short Stories

    Gorov Mrs. Dennis English III honors 14 October 2011 The Short Stories Quiet, But Aggressive Approach Novels are superfluous while short stories strive for flawlessness, ensuring meticulously picked details and succinct plots. The short story utilizes the complex and vivid words the English language...

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  • Short Story

    SI can remember that day when I was ten years old. I was going to the primary school with my friends by bus as every day in the morning. On that day, I leaved home at six a.m. and got to the bus. After that, I saw a strange man was following us in his car. He was about 40 years old with dirty clothes...

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  • Short Story

    The Nursery August 31st, 1988 Beautiful cartoon clouds covered the wallpaper, giving the room the illusion that it was up in the sky. The wallpaper was immaculately placed, not a single crease of excess glue was to be seen. In the center of the room, pictures of the family had just been placed...

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  • A short story

    Ramazan was a thirteen years old boy. He was at a secondary school in Hüyük. He was very clever but he was also naughty. Ramazan was the only child of the family. He didn’t have any sisters and brothers, so he sometimes used to feel himself alone at home . He had only a few friends from school...

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  • short story

    It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife. However little known the feelings or views of such a man may be on his first entering a neighbourhood, this truth is so well fixed in the minds of the surrounding families, that he is...

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  • Short Story

    Do you know what it's like to feel truly alone? To have no one to talk to? Well I do, and it all started when the virus was created.      It was three years ago I was ten and was at camp for the summer. The camp taught you how to handle weapons and how to survive in the wilderness. It was fun but I...

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  • Short Stories

    anymore; he was now a very cute teddy bear and he even had a name.   Rose decided to call him Eden because he was found in the garden and she remembered a story her mommy had told her once about the Garden of Eden. She hugged Eden tight and promised he would never be abandoned again.   Now she felt really happy...

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  • short stories

    The Son’s Veto Thomas Hardy Sophy is an upper class woman with a lower class background who is used to working class expectations and 'not up to the standard of the upper class'. Sophy had worked as a maid in the house of the reverend as a young girl and after his first wife died had stayed to look...

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  • short story

    “Hills Like White Elephants” calls to mind the “A Game of Chess” section of T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land (1922); like Eliot’s masterpiece, Hemingway’s story deals with the sterility and vacuity of the modern world. The boredom of the man and the desperation of the girl reveal the emptiness of the postwar...

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  • Short Story

    “Words Taken For Granted” One day a young man, Jake, who was fourteen years old, came home from school in a terrible mood. He had failed a test that accounted for a big part of his literature grade, and to top it off he had after school detention for being tardy. This just wasn’t his day. "Jake...

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  • Short story

    I lay in my bathers under the fan, my skin sticking to the old leather couch. It was a 40 degree day and apart from eating icy poles and laying on the couch, I had nothing to do. All was silent. All you could hear was the sound of the fan going round and round. Dad came in looking worried. Sweat ran...

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  • Short Stories

    trap of fools” -the speaker says that sometimes people will twist your truths into lies just to make fun of you so be careful with who you tell your story because people might have bad intention towards you. 8)“Or watch the things you gave your life to broken, and stoop and build ‘em up with wornout...

      2511 Words | 9 Pages   Poetry, Iambic pentameter, Rudyard Kipling, The Jungle Book