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Tag Archives: Top 10 Old Classic Stories in English

Bangles On The Ears: Radhika Raman Prasad

Radhika Raman Prasad Singh

“Kiran, what have you on your ears?” “Bangles,” she said pushing aside the wayward locks from her ears. “What? Bangles on your ears?” And he saw for himself the two bangles around her ears. “Yes. Where else shall I wear them?” Bangles On The Ears: Classic Story in English Kiran was still very innocent. Not innocent as the world knows …

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First Thanksgiving: Children’s Thanksgiving story

After landing in Plymouth, the Pilgrims had to struggle to survive through their first wretched and miserable winter in Massachusetts. When spring and summer came it was a welcome relief. They learned so many things that first year. They had planted and cared for their first fields of corn. They had found wild strawberries in the meadows, raspberries on the …

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Ghosts On The Verandah: Story By Ruskin Bond

Ghosts On The Verandah

Bibiji, my neighbour, a warm, attractive woman in her early thirties, is fond of odd, macabre stories, most of which have their setting in her village near Mathura (Uttar Pradesh, India). The other night Bibiji launched into an account of various types of ghosts she had known – the ghosts of immoral women – churels -who appeared naked with their …

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Friends After Death: Short Moral Story for Kids

C. Schmid

One day a father told his children the following parable: “The superintendent of an island was one day called by his lord, the king, to give an account of his administration”. C. Schmid’s Short Moral Story: Friends After Death “The friends in whom he had placed his trust let him go alone and did not move from their homes; others …

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The Cratchits’ Christmas Dinner: Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens Christmas Story: The Cratchits' Christmas Dinner

Scrooge and the Ghost of Christmas Present stood in the city streets on Christmas morning, where (for the weather was severe) the people made a rough but brisk and not unpleasant kind of music, in scraping the snow from the pavement in front of their dwellings, and from the tops of their houses, whence it was mad delight to the …

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