Project:#13 Short Story Project
Part OneClassic Short Stories When you read a short story, or any piece of fiction for that matter, you must keep a record of information which is distributed throughout the piece. I have devised a "tool" for you to use which keeps track of this data. I call it a Fact Sheet. You should copy the information from the Fact Sheet onto a piece of paper so you can keep track of the vital data of the story you read.
Here is a collection of Classic Short Stories. Here is the source.
Content of Black Disk
AMERICAN LITERARY CLASSICS
Awesome Stories passwd: reynolds42
An Essay I wrote on this process.
Stories I use:
Do You Know Where I Am? A short story by Sherman Alexie The Emperor's Three Questions by Leo Tolstoy Harrison Bergeron by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. Scarlet Ibis webquest DIVERSE Short Story Collection. Lost and Found Mr Beller's Neighborhood.
- NCTE-Talk selections.
- Classic Short Stories
- Cyber Fiction
- Good Short Reading
- Sea Stories
- A place to find more titles
- Short Stories from East of the Web
- Rob's Yarns
- Short Stories Ultimate Collection on CD
- Zoetrope All-Story presents a new generation of classic stories. Inspired by the Coppola heritage of independence and creativity, the magazine is at once innovative and deeply traditional.
Part TwoHypertext Short Stories
You will be writing a critique of Hypertext Fiction. Be sure to link to sources.
Part ThreeWriting Your Own Hypertext Short Story
Your final assignment will be to write your own hypertest short story as ss3.html.
Use the fact sheet to organize your story.
Be sure to use lots of dialogue.
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