Thursday, 15 December 2011


"Long before books were made, people told stories. They told them to one another and to the children as they sat before the fire. Many of these stories were about interesting people, but most of them were about the ways of fairies and giants." - Dolch and Jackson

Since we were young, we were exposed to stories told by our parents, grandparents, siblings and friends. There were so many stories from our country and around the world. All of the stories has different genres such as fairy tales, myths, folklore, songs and others. We enjoyed listening to it every time it is being told. Now, we even have books on these stories to make it easier for us to read and to indulge ourselves in imagination. Precisely, in schools we learn these stories through teachers and books (literature component) which we apply it in examinations.

Thus, this blog is focusing on the literature components in secondary school, from Form 1 till Form 5. 

The River – Valerie Bloom
Mr. Nobody – Unknown author

Short Story
Flipping Fantastic – Jane Langford

Heir Conditioning – M Shanmughalingam
I Wonder – Jeannie Kirby

Short Story
One Is One and All Alone – Nicholas Fisk

Rumplelstiltskin – Angela Lanyon

A Fighter’s Lines – Marzuki Ali
Leisure – William Henry Davies

In the Midst of Hardship – Latiff Mohidin
He Had Such Quiet Eyes – Bibsy Soenharjo

Short Stories
QWERTYUIOP – Vivien Alcock
The Fruitcake Special – Frank Berman

 Gulp and Gasp – John Townsend

Nature – H.D. Carberry
Are You Still Playing Your Flute – Zurinah Hassan

Step by Wicked Step (Anne Fine) – Selangor,Kuala Lumpur,Putrajaya, Negeri Sembilan and Malacca

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