Charley by Shirley Jackson summary - Short Story summaries collection: Charles, Shirley Jackson
As I finish writing this short story of the Evacuation of Dunkirk, it is the final day of the 75th anniversary of that historic event. This story is an historical fiction account of those days.
A tornado destroyed Fran's childhood home, just as her parents wrecked her chance for a good life. Remembering proved to be the key for her recovery, and a good friend helped her recall the pain.
A World War Two, P-51 fighter pilot escorts B-24 Liberator bombers all the way to Berlin, on his last flight before returning to the states.
Gloria's messy life was an example of complete order compared to her co-horts, that is, family and friends, but hey don't let me get ahead of myself here. This is about Gloria!
The man, the boy and the donkey is one of the collection of Aesop's fables. This is a retelling of this old fable - a story with a moral, which is very instructive even today. '
In the short story “I Used to Live Here Once “(Rhys, 1976), the underlying theme is about one woman’s spiritual journey after life. Theme is defined by Webster’s dictionary online as “a unifying idea that is a recurrent element in literary or artistic work.” [Webster’s]. The theme in this story is...
This story follows Wess, a stubborn hard worker who falls on hard times. As he faces his struggles to support his family, he finds meaning in his life with help from an old man who owns a gas station
Here is an old short story of mine shared on Veteran's Day 2014. Thank you all for your service and your time.
I was seventeen when you took me from my family, crept into my bedroom where stuffed animals and family photos told the story of a happy childhood. But today is the day of my revenge.