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OpenStudy (anonymous):

A story might be unfulfilling if it has a short title. weak ending. small glossary.

OpenStudy (mani_jha):

weak ending

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Mani, it is best if instead of simply supplying the answer, you help the questioner to think through the question and to arrive at the answer herself. The idea is to help others learn, not do their homework for them. What will she do when you are not around? How will she build on what she's to learn in this class, so that she can move on to higher levels?

OpenStudy (mani_jha):

Thanks for the advise, @Redwood Girl. I will make that sure from next time. Actually I was thinking the answer was obvious that's why. :) Well, @DDgirl, it doesn't really matter much if the story has a short title. A very long title may be sometimes annoying, but a short precise title is always good. A glossary may be short, but you will have to work yourself to get the meanings of the tough words. Not the story's fault, the author has freedom to choose his words. But if the story has got a bad ending, it might actually ruin the whole effect of it. The ending of a story is what you mainly go with after reading it. If it's a great ending, you're gonna be like,"Oh my god, what a story!", but if it is a poor one, you will feel vacant after reading it. :)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

If the answer feel obvious to you, you must be a reader. :) I imagine the answer will feel obvious to DDgirl, too, once she thinks about it with respect to novels she has liked.

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