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    • Elements and Characteristics
      • The short story is type of fictional writing that tends to be more brief and to the point than longer works of fiction such as and novels.
      • Short stories tend to be less complex than novels. Usually, a short story will focus on only one incident, has a single plot, a single setting, a limited number of characters, and covers a short period of time.
      • Short stories have their origins in oral story-telling traditions. They also developed from the prose anecdote, a swiftly-sketched situation that quickly comes to its point.
      • The term short story most often refers to a work of fiction no longer than 20,000 words and no shorter than 1,000.
      • Stories less than 1,000 words are usually referred to either as "short short fiction,“ "short shorts,” or “flash fiction.”
      • A short story is one that should be able to be read in one sitting,