Different Short StoriesVarious short stories
About writing: Up to 10 types of short stories
Over the years, my blogs have taken many shapes - mainly WoW-related, from transmitterog to raising to best-in-slot listings, but also short stories, my own thoughts and schoolwork. I' m enjoying everything I type, but I've found that my favourite thing (besides actually coding stories when I have the ideas) is coding about coding.
So far, one of the things he and I have been discussing is the introduction of a new kind of rarer cob. That gave me an interesting thought process.... and I thought I'd make an article about the different kinds of short stories. In order to debate the different kinds of short stories, I should first create a short history.
The short film is a short novel, mostly composed in storytelling fiction. Short-stories can be created in a wide range of different styles, but the most common characteristics are a small casting of personalities with a name and focus on a singular, self-contained event. Short-stories make use of a storyline and other ordinary elements of a novel, only to a smaller and terf...
Since we know what a short history is in general, we can debate the different kinds of short stories. It is by no means a complete listing, because there are short stories in a multitude of length and style. A tale is a brief presentation of something interesting and entertaining that usually narrates a tale about a true individual and/or an event.
These are very short but have no special boundaries. Arabble is an extraordinarily short play of fantasy, which is usually exactly 100 words long - without the name. Matty actually has many dark stories! Fables are a concise tale with human beings (mostly beasts, but also mythological beings, vegetation, inanimate things or natural forces) to tell a tale with a morality.
Like a parabola, a myth is similar, but most different in the fact that myths use wildlife to tell a tale, but parabolas do not. The sweephoot is an interesting short plot which is also known as a funny or poetical one. It' a play full of humour that ends in a cruel play on words.
This can be very short, just long enough to sufficiently illuminate the play's content to make the play on words. Fast-for-faction relates to an extraordinarily short play of writing. Framed narratives are also referred to as framed narratives or interlaced narratives. It' a method of writing a novel within a novel to introduce or present a feature narration or a number of short stories.
Some good examples of a framework storyline would be a flash back within a bigger character or a questo within a bigger gaming area. This is a short narrative in exactly 50 words. So I found a captivating "guide" to write a mini-saga. We had another page with good advices and a gradual play as an example.
The storysequence, also known as the short stories series or the composed novel, is a group of short stories that together make up a longer section but still function as full short stories. I would find it difficult to point to an example, but the best I can imagine are some of the works of Isaac Asimov - the Foundation's own works and myself, Robot (the real novel, NOT the history depicted in the Will Smith film) in particular.
It is not a novel in the conventional meaning, but a compilation of short stories in chronic order, telling both small and big stories. Sketching is an unusually short play that contains little or no storyline. Sketching characters is standard and a good way to create a personality that will ultimately be part of a longer work.
Some time ago I have written a play about sketching characters. Regret, I think my initial diary posting and the beginning of my Shaman Effy/DK Effy stories and the plot I did last term for my characters for my own creativity are also good samples. Vignettes are short, impressionist works that focus on a particular sequence, personality, idea, set or objec.
Little importance is attached to sticking to traditional theatre or literature structures or to the evolution of stories. This can be a single item or a part of a large work. I' m interested in all kinds of short stories. I' m looking forward to directing my phantasy in a more individual way and to write more plays that take place in the imaginary realm I have made.
A few of them are very short songs - which will probably take longer than my usual songs. Any important short stories you think I might have just slipped by? Do you have good samples of some of the above mentioned models?