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Reccomend some short stories (Groups : Writer's Club : Forum : Recent Literature Styles : Reccomend some short stories) Locked
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Dec 19 2009 Anchor

The idea of this thread is that in modern hectic life, people seem to not have enough hours in a day for long novels or sometimes they may be strapped for cash, to the extent that they can't afford the latest book by Dan Brown or other well known authors.
To combat this I made a thread where the idea is to post your favorite short stories (that are in the public domain) for other people that haven't discovered these Jewels of literature.

I'll Start:
Charles Dickens: The Trial for Murder
All of the Sherlock Holmes Short Stories

A good site for short stories

This post will be edited when I feel like it (I'll add more short stories)

Note: Public Domain consists of either a work that has never been under copyright, OR the last time it was copyrighted was more than 75 years ago. Also (IMO) The ideal short story is one that is around 20 pages or less.

SinKing/McLogenog: There is no reason for you to lock this thread so please refrain from doing so.

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