Interesting idea. I like the little jokes you have inserted here and there. The convo between the narrator and Old Man Rao is engaging.
The cat wouldn't budge.
The best I love is that your stories are short yet they have a deep meaning. I don't read long stories now because when I start reading one, and don't have time and thus miss some other parts, which is annoying. So I start reading it after they are done writing! But good job with your writings!</span>
Here again the qusetion of how intelligent the readers are pops up. I make the message evident so that the meaning dosent get lost when a reader cannot make out the message. and you suggested a feline attitude prob.hmmm...i'm googling up cat's attitudes now! [/quote]
Yes, you have a good point there. However, since your story caters to people who are intelligent enough to understand the fallacy of superstitions, I dont think they will find it difficult to understand what you convey through your characters' actions. But, that is just my opinion - feel free to disregard it if it makes no sense
Feline attitudes? A lazy stretch of its limbs or a condescending stare perhaps? The way cats usually behave with humans they find annoying.
My mom told me the same think. why are you giving away what the whole story about? I had no answer, nor I had the patience to think for a more suitable title. Hence, the current title. I really don't know what else I can call it , i hate choosing names for stories/. Suggestions?
The only title(s) that comes to my mind is-
1. unfinished business
But they really don't sound up to the mark :(
Titling is difficult business, I agree. That's why I usually give my titles at the end.
Sorry, I can't think of any at the moment. The main thing is to centre your title around your theme of Mockery and Superstition without directly spelling them out.
Edited by T. - 2007-02-11T07:42:25Z
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