The short story, in its own kingdom between the novel and poetry, gets the best of both worlds. It can use narrative, plot, characterisation, but it can also use language in ways that are more intense – more poetic – than a full length novel. Elements such as rhythm, metaphor, and voice can be intensified, to creat...
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