Through the Tunnel

Through the Tunnel

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by Doris Lessing
     
 

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Do your students enjoy a good laugh? Do they like to be scared? Or do they just like a book with a happy ending? No matter what their taste, our Creative Short Stories series has the answer.

We've taken some of the world's best stories from dark, musty anthologies and brought them into the light, giving them the individual attention they deserve. Each book in the

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Do your students enjoy a good laugh? Do they like to be scared? Or do they just like a book with a happy ending? No matter what their taste, our Creative Short Stories series has the answer.

We've taken some of the world's best stories from dark, musty anthologies and brought them into the light, giving them the individual attention they deserve. Each book in the series has been designed with today's young reader in mind. As the words come to life, students will develop a lasting appreciation for great literature.

The humor of Mark Twain...the suspense of Edgar Allan Poe...the danger of Jack London...the sensitivity of Katherine Mansfield. Creative Short Stories has it all and will prove to be a welcome addition to any library.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780886823467
Publisher:
Creative Company, The
Publication date:
08/01/1993
Series:
Creative Short Stories Series
Pages:
32
Product dimensions:
6.31(w) x 8.82(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
9 - 17 Years

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Through the Tunnel 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Personally, I found this story to be very childish and tired in its exploration of adolescence. It's like so many other stories out there about children longing to be with or like the others. To be frank, this is a story only suitable for children, as this is a lesson they should learn. However, seeing this on high school curriculum list upsets me and makes me a little angry. Our high schoolers should, and hopefully are, past this kind of thinking and mentality.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's a very childish book that did not interest me very much.
one4theroad More than 1 year ago
It is about Opportunities in Life and gaining truth for oneself,being brave and foolish like a razor's edge but coming out of an experience haveing prepared wisely and with patience and taking chances , risks to reach a goal or character fondation.It may not seem like opportunites that are before us as tests and trials but when the Call stirs Soul It Knows it must face itself and move toward it or rest on the beach with the rest of the masses ! This is the way I see the Book . It has many parrellels to one's life no matter how routine it is..use you creativity to see the challenge and meet it somehow in your own way .Give your self a deadline but make it also at your own pace meaning very realistic ... I Love this author for her Argos series One through Five early works !