Classics - Humor

Classics are stories written over 100 years ago that stand the test of time as works of high literary merit and artistic qualities. Classics are universally appealing to readers and their themes endure and resonate in contemporary society. Classics are also traditionally accepted as influential in shaping culture.

The Book of Nonsense

The Book of Nonsense

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5 pages, updated Jan 06, 2007PG
2,343 reads votes 5 comments 2
The Devil's Dictionary

The Devil's Dictionary

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80 pages, updated Jan 06, 2007PG
31,281 reads votes 35 comments 3
Fantastic Fables

Fantastic Fables

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37 pages, updated Jan 06, 2007PG
4,150 reads votes 8 comments 1
Old Friends, Epistolary Parody

Old Friends, Epistolary Parody

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39 pages, updated Jan 06, 2007PG
562 reads votes 1 comments 0
Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow

Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow

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54 pages, updated Jan 06, 2007PG
708 reads votes 1 comments 0
Second Thoughts of an Idle Fellow

Second Thoughts of an Idle Fellow

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78 pages, updated Jan 06, 2007PG
15,816 reads votes 37 comments 72
Who Was Who: 5000 BC - 1914 Biographical Dictionary of the Famous and Those Who Wanted to Be

Who Was Who: 5000 BC - 1914 Biographical Dictionary of the Famous and Those Who Wanted to Be

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30 pages, updated Jan 06, 2007PG
2,831 reads votes 4 comments 0
The Foolish Dictionary An exhausting work of reference to un-certain English words, their origin, me

The Foolish Dictionary An exhausting work of reference to un-certain English words, their origin, me

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16 pages, updated Jan 06, 2007PG
2,791 reads votes 3 comments 0

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A short story is a work of fiction and is similar to a novel, but just shorter. It can be as short as a few pages or much longer, and divided into a few chapters. Short stories can be any genre and are usually less complex than novels, with a single story line and less characters.