Category:British short stories

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British short stories, like short stories elsewhere may be defined as a form of narrative fictional prose which are typically shorter than novels and generally concentrate on one climactic event. There have been innumerable short story writers in Britain, each with his or her own distinctive style. Some of the very famous short stories by British writers are – The Blue Cross by G.K. Chesterton, The Country of the Blind by H.G. Wells, Mrs. Packletide’s Tiger by H.H. Munro and The Secret Sharer by Joseph Conrad.

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