A List of Famous Short Stories

Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested: that is, some books are to be read only in parts, others to be read, but not curiously, and some few to be read wholly, and with diligence and attention. ~ Sir Francis Bacon A LIST OF FAMOUS SHORT STORIES Famous short story writers are Edgar Allan Poe, Guy de Maupassant, Anton Chekov and O Henry. Some of these authors have gained much fame and recognition in the literary world entirely through their brilliant narrative of short stories while some of them like Charles Dickens, P. G.
Woodehouse and Rudyard Kipling are highly accomplished in the fields of writing short stories and novels. Short stories are actually more difficult to write as it revolves around a single incident and it has to have the ability of captivating the reader. Because of its length a short story cannot be rambling or dealing with detailed descriptions. Whatever the plot maybe, the elements of a short story are clear and comprehensive while the ending of most famous short stories are abrupt and dramatic with a twist at the end. Here is a list of famous short stories. Famous Short Stories About Love
Here is a list of famous short stories About love. • Antony and Cleopatra ~ William Shakespeare • About Love ~ Anton Chekov • The Thing’s The Play ~ O. Henry • An Imaginative Woman ~ Thomas Hardy • Old Ghosts ~ A. J. McKenna • Return to Paradise ~ Anton Chekov • Blues in the Night ~ Jennifer Jenkinson • The Three Letters ~ Nels Schifano • Gift of the Magi ~ O. Henry • Scarlet Stockings ~ Louisa May Alcott • A Lickpenny Lover ~ O. Henry • Love ~ Anton Chekov • Some Ways of Love ~ Charlotte Mew • The Love Quarrel ~ Agnes Strickland Famous Short Stories for High School

Here is a list of world famous short stories that can be read by high school students. • The Purloined Letter ~ Edgar Allen Poe • A Piece of String ~ Guy de Mauppasant • The First Miracle ~ Jeffrey Archer • The Five Orange Pips ~ Arthur Conan Doyle • A Deception ~ Mark Twain • The Gentleman Dressed in Newspaper ~ Agatha Christie • The Minister’s Black Veil ~ Nathaneil Hawthorne • The Third and Final Continent ~ Jhumpa Lahiri • The Man Who Would Be King ~ Rudyard Kipling • Providence and the Guitar ~ R. L. Stevenson • An Affair of State ~ Guy de Maupassant • The Girls in Their Summer Dresses ~ Irwin Shaw
List of Famous Short Stories Here is a list of some of the most loved and famous short stories of all time. • A Matter of Sentiment ~ Saki • The Stolen Bacillus ~ H. G. Wells • The Chinese Statue ~ Jeffrey Archer • The Devil in the Churchyard ~ A. E. Coppard • The Affair of the Pink Pearl ~ Agatha Christie • Twice-Told Tales ~ Nathaniel Hawthorne’s • Ward No. 6 ~ Anton Chekhov • Going to Meet the Man ~ James Baldwin • The Wisdom of Solomon ~ Jeffrey Archer • The Musgrave Ritual Arthur ~ Conan Doyle • Rip van Winkle ~ Washington Irving • The Things They Carried ~ Tim O’Brien Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde ~ R. L. Stevenson • The Lottery ~ Shirley Jackson • The Enormous Radio ~ John Cheever • In the Eye of the Beholder ~ Jeffrey Archer
• Earth Is Room Enough ~ Isaac Asimov • A Legend of Old Egypt ~ Boleslaw Prus • An Ordinary Soldier of the Queen ~ Graham Joyce • Monday or Tuesday ~ Virginia Woolf • Nobody’s Business ~ Jhumpa Lahiri • Everything That Rises Must Converge ~ Flannery O Connor • The Room ~ William Trevor • The Man in the Black Suit ~ Stephen King • The Eleventh Edition ~ Leo E. Litwak • Errand ~ Raymond Carver • Lily ~ Jane Smiley The Coming-Out of Maggie ~ O. Henry • Four and Twenty Blackbirds ~ Agatha Christie • Afterward ~ Edith Wharton • The Ambitious Guest ~ Nathaniel Hawthorne • Araby ~ James Joyce • The Tell-Tale Heart ~ Edgar Allan Poe • The Rajah’s Emerald ~ Agatha Christie • The Thousand-And-Second Tale of Scheherazade ~ Edgar Allan Poe • Timbuctoo ~ Guy de Maupassant • The End of the Party ~ Graham Greene • The Wreck ~ Guy de Maupassant • The Great Carbuncle ~ Nathaniel Hawthorne • The Theft of the Royal Ruby ~ Agatha Christie • Hunters in the Snow ~ Tobias Wolff • The Best Sauce ~ P. G. Wodehouse The Calash ~ Gogol • Markheim ~ Robert Louis Stevenson • Lamb to the Slaughter ~ Roald Dahl • The Last Leaf ~ O. Henry
• The Lottery Ticket ~ Anton Chekhov • The Door in the Wall ~ H. G. Wells • The Baron of Grogzwig ~ Charles Dickens • The Open Window ~ Saki • Rocking-Horse Winner ~ D. H. Lawrence • The Ransom of Red Chief ~ O. Henry • The Dressmaker’s Doll ~ Agatha Christie • Rappaccini’s Daughter ~ Nathaniel Hawthorne • The Storyteller ~ Saki • Stranger ~ Katherine Mansfield • The Private History of a Campaign That Failed ~ Mark Twain • A Small, Good Thing ~ Raymond Carver A Silver Dish ~ Saul Bellow • The Cask of Amontillado ~ Edgar Allan Poe • A Burlesque Biography ~ Mark Twain • The Boarded Window ~ Ambrose Bierce • The Kugelmass Episode ~ Woody Allen • The Case of the Perfect Maid ~ Agatha Christie • The Girl Who Sang with the Beatles ~ Robert Hemingway • Hall The Ledge ~ Lawrence Sargent • In Sickness as in Health ~ Martha Gellhorn • The Blue-Winged Teal ~ Wallace Stegner • Man and Wife ~ Katie Chase • One Night Stand ~ Jeffrey Archer • Miss Marple Tells a Story ~ Agatha Christie • An Eye for an Eye ~ Jeffrey Archer

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