Famous short stories about freedom
Freedom: Short Stories Celebrating the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by Amnesty InternationalInspired by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), which starts memorably with Article 1: we are all born free and equal, Freedom is an enthralling anthology of short stories by some of the worlds top writers.
Most of the stories have been written especially for this anthology by a renowned array of internationally acclaimed writers, including Paulo Coelho, Yann Martel, AL Kennedy, Ali Smith, Amit Chaudhuri, Ariel Dorfman, Helen Dunmore, Marina Lewycka, Walter Mosley, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, James Meek, Kate Atkinson, David Mitchell, Hector Aguilar Camin, Ishmael Beah, Boris Akunin, Alice Pung and Banana Yoshimoto. Each acclaimed contributor has chosen one of the thirty UDHR rights as the basic inspiration for his or her story, and the result is an anthology that contains a complete mix of thoughtful, serious, funny and thrilling stories that provide some completely unexpected takes on the issue of human rights.
Published in association with Amnesty International, Freedom is an eclectic collection that will prompt readers to engage imaginatively with what human rights mean for all of us.
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Children's stories bless us twice. The first time they are read to us. The second time, we read them to a child. A collection of great stories, especially about ghosts-- scary stories to lift your spirits for Halloween! Enjoy not-scary Halloween Stories for Children. Wonderful stories to read with your beginner reader so they will become confident, life-long readers!
No one gets the freedom for Free. It comes at the cost of lives and struggle. Independence is never gained by a single soldier and a single freedom fighter, but many lives struggled for it. These are the such Inspirational Short stories of Freedom Fighters, who lost their lives for an idea of a free country. Bhagat Singh. Saheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh , he sacrificed his life for his country India, he happily kissed the noose and hung himself for the freedom of his beloved Bharat, merely, at the age of 23 years and 6 months.
The Pleasure of Freedom : Once in a jungle a beautiful golden bird had made her home on a tree. When she sang, shiny pearls fell from her open beak. One day a bird catcher came to the jungle. Soon he spread a net and the poor golden bird was caught in it. The bird catcher took the bird home and kept it in a silver cage and fed it well. But the sad bird did not sing at all and the hunter never got any pearls. The bird catcher sold the caged bird to a merchant.