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

    STORY OF MAYKAPAL In the beginning, the sky was very low; it was possible to touch it with a long bamboo pole. Because of this proximity, everything on earth was burnt by the intense heat of the sun. The rivers and the seas were boiling tremendously. Then suddenly from nowhere, a huge man appeared...

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  • Short Story

    happened and saw the men dragging the soldier through the mud and into the back of a stolen U.S. PR truck.  He had always heard the gut wrenching stories of being a POW but now his fellow soldier would experience them firsthand.  He couldn’t let it happen, Danny was ready to do whatever he had to, to...

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  • Short Story

    said ‘Lets get home, partner – want to give Lylah a huge kiss before she goes to school”. Kraai eased into the highway and Scott settled in for the short drive. ~ Sophia...

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  • Short Story

    seen it all, heard it all and knows it all. So when I decide not to obey any of the two million rules he just read me, I will return to prison--end of story. Stupid thought, right? After listening to how the drug testing system works and my need to find a job, I am allowed to ask a question. I have so many...

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  • Short Story

    It all started on April the 26th. It was the birthday of Lucas, my younger brother. I celebrated it as always. I sat down in front of the chimney with a glass of scotch and thought about old times. Then I cried. It was the only day of the year where I showed a bit of weakness. After a few glasses I went...

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  • Short Story

    9.1 Short Story – first draft When I was just a little girl I got lost at a flea market. I was holding hands with my dad – at least I thought it was my dad. But then I looked up and saw the totally unfamiliar face of an apparently very surprised man that has definitely not been my dad. That was the...

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  • Short Story

    A short story concentrates on creating a single dynamic effect and is limited in character and situation. It is a language of maximum yet economical effect. Every word must do a job, sometimes several jobs. Short stories are filled with numerous language and sound devices. These language and sound devices...

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  • In the short story

    In the short story, Lamb to the Slaughter by Roald Dahl, Dahl uses the literarydevices of dramatic irony, foreshadowing, and imagery to depict a dark comedy bygrasping the idea of a tragedy becoming humorous.There are multiple uses and examples of irony throughout this short story thatrelate to the...

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    I haven’t even eaten today, its 1:00pm. He tells me to sit in the chair across the room, and I do it without question. I do everything he says without question. I can’t feel my legs, but they move over to the chair, I sit. I don’t want to look at the woman at the desk; I don’t want to see the ambiguity...

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  • Short Story

    Would you like to hear a story? I am the master of storytelling. Ready? I will begin. The book fell from her cold, shaking fingers, her pupils dilated in fear. She screamed. A silent scream that no one heard. I have not been clear. My apologies. Come with me, I will show you. From the beginning...

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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

    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 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

    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 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

    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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