Works of humor are
primarily intended to amuse the audience. Humorous writings can be of any
length or any genre. An author may use a variety of techniques to entertain the
audience, including satire, irony, surprise, and puns.
by RV Staff Writer J.C.
After Christmas, Santa’s elves deserve some time off...
1,267 Words, 3rd-5th Grades, Story Elements and Summary
It’s Cupid’s job to make people fall in love. When h...
954 Words, 5th-7th Grades, Figurative Language, Story Elements, Summary, and Theme
by RV staff writer J.C.
Dottie the puppy has a great time sneaking food off ...
946 Words, 2nd-4th Grades, Story Elements and Summary
by Mark Twain from "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court "
Chapter VII passage: Mark Twain published "A Connect...
433 Words, 6th-9th Grades, 1000L - 1190L, Compare and Contrast, Context Clues, Figurative Language, and Summary
by Mark Twain
While Mark Twain wrote many fictional works, he also...
335 Words, 6th-9th Grades, 800L - 990L, Summary
by Lewis Carroll from The Hunting of the Snark
The Hunting of the Snark is a nonsense poem by Lewis...
516 Words, 4th-5th Grades, 800L - 990L, Character Traits and Summary