Have you read “the Stranger”?
Have you read “The Stranger“?
Who wrote the “Stranger”?
What is it about?
Do you know “The Stranger“?
When was “The Stranger” published?
Follow the link to Wikipedia. Read the text. Find the answers. Write the answers in the “comments” section at the bottom of this page. Do not copy and paste. Read the Wikipedia text then write from memory. Pay attention to punctuation (full stops and capital letters).
Now answer the questions orally:
Have you read it?
Who wrote it?
When was it published?
What do you think?
Write all your answers in the “comments” section at the bottom of this page.
Whether it is a novel, a comic, a movie adaption of a book, a love story, a thriller, a mystery or an adventure, all books have a story. Telling stories is a lot of fun. It also teaches us many things.
Do you have a favourite story? There are many types of stories. There are many genres. Which one do you like? Move the cursor to the one you like and click the link.
Adventure – Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Kidnapped” and “Treasure Island”, Pierre Boulle’s “Planet of the Apes”, Jules Verne’s “Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea” and “Around the World in Seventy-nine Days”.
Ghost Stories and Horror – stories about ghosts and/or monsters including werewolves, vampires, mummies and zombies
History and Biography – stories about historical figures like Alexander the Great, Hitler, Napoleon, Ghandi, Lincoln, Churchill or any political or historical figure
Literature – Herman Hesse, J D Salinger, Henry Miller, Dostoyevsky, Dickens, Balzac, Tolstoy, Herman Melville, Shakespeare, Goethe, Dante, Valmiki, Wu Cheng-an
Love Stories – Romeo and Juliet, Mills and Boon or Harlequin Romance, any love stories
Romance (same as love stories)
Thrillers – Suspense stories that make you sit on the edge of your seat.
True Stories – any kind of true story
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