Tagalog Short Stories Essays and Term Papers

  • 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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    It all regained in an instant. Everything. The opening of my eyes to the warm, soothing, golden rays of sun. The sounds of children behind me, laughing, shouting, playing. The smell of pollution, scathing my lungs the feel of the warm, hard earth beneath my body. All the senses hit me at once. How had...

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  • Short Story

    A short story is a brief work of literature, usually written in narrative prose.[1] 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 features...

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    Short Story Analysis You have been given a short story to read, and analyze. Consider yourself to be working for the New York Times, and you need to rate the short story to be classed as a best seller, or not… You should evaluate the book on its merits and how the author does at writing the piece...

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    Kevin the Universally Misunderstood Kevin led a damned existence. Every time he tried to communicate an idea to another person, no matter through what means, be it lingual, visual, or otherwise, his meaning was inevitably misconstrued. This was quite troublesome for Kevin, but even as he grew well...

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  • The Short Stories

    In the short stories” Most Dangerous Game”; “The Rocking Horse Winner “The Child by Tiger”. I will be examining the plot that leads to the theme. In each of these short stories the plot has a twisted that approaches the theme. In the story” Most Dangerous Game” a man name Sanger Rainsford...

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    like this. Brandon, my boyfriend, and his younger cousin, Jake, picked me up at Packers Bay in the ski boat. It was a chilly morning and I was in shorts and tank top and had only my towel to keep me warm. The boys forgot where the houseboat was parked in the lake. We spent the next hour and half searching...

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  • Short Story

    Alex Cruz Creative writing Brian Anderson 1/28.2013 Dos Friends Walking up the old, odorous stairwell, I reminisced about the past experiences here chatting through various parts of the high school looking back when and my various classmates I glanced at where used to be old posters for various...

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    The alarm sounded and my heart wouldn’t stop beating. This was it. War. This was my inevitable death, the ending of my life. We always knew that it would happen but somehow it never sunk in. I never realised that I would have to leave my family. My wife, my daughter, my nieces and nephews. Leaving them...

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    Ahoy matey Splish splash. The fizzing ocean rapidly awakens me as I take another long journey to the bottom of the cold dark sea. I watch as the light fades and the pressure builds, the over whelming size of the boat is slowly becoming smaller. The details of the ship are becoming faint and I can...

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  • Short Story

    I tried to write a letter to her, but the pages were just soaked wet with tears. Things between us haven’t always been great, but she is still my mother. It’s been a whole year since I’ve last heard from her. It was my birthday three weeks ago. My father tried as hard as he could to piece things together-...

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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...

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  • Short Stories

    Short Stories The Stories “The creation, death, and rebirth of the universe,” “The death of Balder,” and “The theft of Thor’s hammer” were slightly interesting the first one was pretty confusing with all the crazy names and what not. My favorite one was “The theft of Thor’s hammer” it was short but...

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  • Short Story

     Composition: Let’s KEEP THIS SHORT So you want to tell a story but you don’t have a lot of time to tell it. Maybe you have a really “cool” idea that doesn’t need to turn into War and Peace or The Grapes of Wrath or IT. This story can be wrapped up nice and neatly in under 2000 words (Yes, I know...

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    judgments about those shadows while his vision was still dim, before his eyes had recovered, and if the time needed for getting accustomed were not at all short, wouldn't he be the source of laughter, and wouldn't it be said of him that he went up and came back with his eyes corrupted and that it's not even...

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    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

    I didn’t know a single person in the school. When I got home, I was very sad. This behaviour worried my parents because I used to update them with stories about school. Everything was blurry for me on the second day, too. I didn’t know where the cafeteria was, or the gym. I was not able to find the...

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  • Short Story

    Imaginative Text – Short Story Unit: The Gold Watch Hope on the Battlefield By Sarah Ryland As the evening skies embraced hints of aqua and cobalt, Mark strode through the raw deserted grounds and reminisced about what had once been. Not a day below 60, Mark was rather feeble in his stance, with...

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  • Short Story

    JT Buelow 1st Hour Wright My Letter to Lebron James Growing up with a dad who was All-State for Basketball, and a Grandfather who played Division I basketball; I was always expected to be good at ball. I was always decent but never quite lived to expectations. When I turned 12 years old, I was...

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    “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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