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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 Elizabeth Trach
One day Ellery left her lunchbox on the bus. She doe...
by Emma Florence Bush from The Topaz Story Book
This little pumpkin has some pretty big expectations...
by James Baldwin from Old Greek Stories
Chapter 14, part III passage: One of the most famous...
by Lucy Maud Montgomery from Anne of Green Gables
CHAPTER XVI passage: Anne asks Diana to tea and ente...
by Frances Pharcellus Church from The Sun (New York City, New York) September 21, 1897
Published in 1897, this newspaper editorial has beco...
by Louisa May Alcott from Little Women
Chapter XXXVIII passage: There are many differences ...
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle from The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes
Adventure II passage: Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson...
In this passage from "Anne of Green Gables," Anne ha...
Chapter XXXVII passage: Laurie has been rejected by ...
Chapter 7, part II passage: This Greek myth from a b...