easily the aquot;awful exampleaquot; of this class, and her stories, such as aquot;Murad the Unluckyaquot; and aquot;The Grateful Negro, aquot; are excellent illustrations of how not to write. Many of Hawthornea#39;s tales come under this head, especially aquot;Lady Eleanora#39;s Mantle, aquot; aquot;The Ambitious Guest, aquot; and aquot;Miss Bullfrog. ... It may have a definite plot in which supernatural beings are actors; but more often it is slight in plot, but contains aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Short Story Writing|
|Author||:||Charles Raymond Barrett|