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The Three Magi by Pura Belpreģ
This is a cute story with animals helping with the annual Christmas season.
A Kidnapped Santa Claus by L. Frank Baum
This is a story from L. Frank Baum, who is best known for "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz." It is an amusing tale about the dangers of being a kind Santa Claus who just wants to make the children happy.
The Poor Relation's Story by Charles Dickens
This is a short Christmas story by Charles Dickens. It is fun and silly. It should be a classic, away from the commercialized Santa and reindeer.
Short Stories inside Poetry
This article explores how poetry can be a form of storytelling. It was a technique commonly used throughout history.
The Shawl by Cynthia Ozick - A Review
Cynthia Ozick is an American-Jewish writer who writes closely to her roots. Her short story "The Shawl" unveils the Holocaust on a deeper and intimate level.
The Resurrection of Short Stories.
This article recognizes that short stories are evolving in the current market. It reflects the editor's personal opinion about a dying genre.
Gwen by Louis Maistros - A Review
This is a piece by a contemporary writer and resident of New Orleans, about a mentally ill woman with some remarkable artistic talent but who is invisible to society in her day-to-day struggles.
Bruce - A Review
This is a great novella about the adventures of a Collie named Bruce. The story was written in 1920 by a man who bred and raised pedigree Collies. The story is heartwarming and exciting. This is the kind of story that really appreciates our canine companions.
The Ghost in the Mill - A Review
This is a great ghost story told by Sam Lawson Of Oldtown, Massachusetts, a fictitional character created by Harriet Beecher Stowe. This short story made its debut around 1880 in "The Atlantic Monthly."
Axolotl - A Review
An Axolotl in a salamander from Mexico. Would you consider becoming one? This piece was written by Magical Realism's most influential artist.
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