- n. Plural form of story.
“Some stories are said to be _big stories_ because of unusual news value.”
“There are a few good stories to be found in this bric-a-brac collection of anecdotes, repartees, narratives of one kind and another, stories deserving of a better treatment than could be imparted by the monkish scribe who set them down in casual confusion; and more than one later poet and playwright has been able to pick a pearl of price out of this medieval medley.”
“I have here attempted to tell a few stories of Jupiter and his mighty company and of some of the old Greek heroes, _simply as stories_, nothing more.”
“Amy's assertion that men and women have different experiences of the world and that might translate into more skilled handling of certain stories is absolutely not nonsense.”
“No way out but through sometimes results in stories, is the moral of that one.”
“Given the title stories are definitely relevant, I'd guess that the collections as a whole are too.”
“JOSCELYN: Silliness in stories is more or less excusable, since they are not even supposed to be believed.”
“Silliness in stories is more or less excusable, since they are not even supposed to be believed.”
“That is, just as the children draw and show power to compose with crayons and paints, they use language to compose what they term stories or occasionally, verse.”
“I Like Exceptional Guys" and "I Like Adorable Guys," which are the Shingo / Koji stories, essential act like the title stories of”
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Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
Things that matter to me, what I've learned, and what I dream about.
Lots of my favourite things
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