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is spoken or written language that follows regular speech patterns. It is made
up of sentences and paragraphs, as opposed to poetry which is made up of lines
and stanzas. The term "prose" is often used to describe writings such
as novels, short stories, and narratives.
by Anna Sewell from Black Beauty
Chapter 12 passage: "Black Beauty" is the story of a...
by Harriet Beecher Stowe from Uncle Tom’s Cabin
Chapter III passage: Harriet Beecher Stowe’s novel "...
by Lewis Carroll from Through the Looking-Glass
Chapter II passage: Lewis Carroll wrote "Through the...
by L. Frank Baum from The Road to Oz
Chapter 12 passage: L. Frank Baum wrote thirteen boo...
by Louisa May Alcott from Little Women
Chapter Eight passage: "Little Women" by Louisa May...
by Albert Payson Terhune from Lad: A Dog
Chapter V passage: "Lad: A Dog" was written by Albe...
by Howard Pyle from The Story of King Arthur and His Knights
Chapter III passage: Howard Pyle wrote The Story of ...
by Carl Sandburg from The Rootabaga Stories
"The Rootabaga Stories" is a collection of short sto...
by Rudyard Kipling from Captains Courageous
Chapter I passage: Rudyard Kipling wrote Captains Co...
by Eleanor Porter from Pollyanna
Chapter V passage: "Pollyanna" was written by Eleano...