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Favourite Short Stories – Jörg Hoch

Asi­mov, Isaac: True Love

Dahl, Roald: Lamb to the Slaughter

Gai­man, Neil: We Can Get Them for You Wholesale

Hol­land, Roy: The Neck­lace

Peter­son, Lenn­art: Dis­po­sal Unit

Wil­de, Oscar: The Nightin­ga­le and the Rose

Favourite Short Stories – Birgit Ohmsieder

The Sto­ry of an Hour – Kate Chopin

Depor­ta­ti­on at Bre­ak­fast – Lar­ry Fon­da­ti­on (Lern­zir­kel)

Favourite Short Stories – Manuel Weber

Cho­pin, Kate: The Sto­ry of an Hour

Con­an Doyle, Arthur: The Adven­ture of the Speck­led Band 

Span­nend, eig­net sich für krea­ti­ve Schreib­auf­ga­ben (Ende der sto­ry evtl. vorenthalten)

Top Five Short Stories

Hier die bes­ten fünf Geschich­ten (pdf), die im Rah­men unse­res klei­nen Lite­ra­tur­wett­be­werbs in mei­nem LK ent­stan­den sind. 

Favourite Short Stories – Jochen Lüders

Atwood, Mar­ga­ret: Hap­py Endings: Leben und Lie­be / Fik­tio­na­li­ät von Lite­ra­tur / „Es könn­te auch alles ganz anders sein“, das lite­ra­ri­sche Pen­dant zu „Lola rennt“.

Favourite Short Stories

Nach den Roma­nen und den Gedich­ten sind jetzt die Kurz­ge­schich­ten dran: Wel­ches sind dei­ne (zehn) Lieb­lings Short Stories?

Enter Cat

Im Rah­men ihrer phan­tas­ti­schen Fach­ar­beit (PDF) über den Roman After­d­ark des japa­ni­schen Autors Haru­ki Mura­ka­mi (Ama­zon) hat mei­ne LK-Schü­le­rin Eli­sa­beth Weber eine eige­ne Geschich­te im Stil Mura­ka­mis geschrieben. 

What Makes a Good Short Story?

Join our jour­ney through a clas­sic short sto­ry, „A Jury of Her Peers,“ by Sus­an Glas­pell. Along the way, you’ll sol­ve the mys­te­ry of whe­ther Min­nie Wright kil­led her hus­band and explo­re the story’s litera­ry ele­ments. You will also encoun­ter rest stops whe­re you can read more about the struc­tu­re of sto­ry and take part in acti­vi­ties rela­ted to „A Jury of Her Peers“.

What Makes a Good Short Story?

A Million Penguins

Crowd­sour­cing. The Wis­dom of the crowds. Social net­wor­king. Col­la­bo­ra­ti­ve enter­pri­se. The buzz the­se days is all about the net­work, the small pie­ces loo­se­ly joi­ned. About how the sum of the parts is grea­ter than the who­le. About how working tog­e­ther and joi­ning the dots ser­ves the grea­ter good and bene­fits our collec­ti­ve endeavours. […]

We Tell Stories

Star­ting on 18th March, Pen­gu­in UK is laun­ching its most ambi­tious digi­tal wri­ting pro­ject to date. In col­la­bo­ra­ti­on with fêted alter­na­te rea­li­ty game desi­gners, Pen­gu­in has chal­len­ged some of its top aut­hors to crea­te new forms of sto­ry – desi­gned spe­cial­ly for the inter­net. Over six weeks wri­ters will be pushing the enve­lo­pe and crea­ting tales that take full advan­ta­ge of the immedi­a­cy, con­nec­ti­vi­ty and inter­ac­ti­vi­ty that is now pos­si­ble. The­se sto­ries could not have been writ­ten 200, 20 or even 2 years ago.

We Tell Stories

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