A short story is normally written in the form of narrative prose and is a part of literature. As the name suggests, it does not take a long time to complete a short story. As compared to a novel, both have their own charm and honestly, they cannot be compared! The main focus of a short story is a particular incident most of the time and it involves a few cast characters.
Let us now dig into the 3 types of short story
This type of short story telly about a real person or an incident. Anecdotes are amusing, exciting and interesting as well! Majority of time, they are used to depict, or a support a particular point in an article, chapter or even in an essay. Usually, they have no specific limits but they are short.
Fables are nothing but they talk about mythical creatures, plants and inanimate objects. Fables tell stories that have a moral hidden in them. Usually, the moral is revealed in the end of the story making the readers read the whole story to know what the moral is.
- Mini Saga
The name suggests to tell a lot with the use of least words. This type of short story uses exactly 50 worda and manages to tell a story with the word limit only. Isn’t it mind-blowing to tell a story within 50 words only? Mini Sagas are used to tell a lot by using little words or little number of words.