What is an anthology, if not an amalgamation of words?
In this 20-BEST series, we bring to you short stories, folktales and classics from a land that is as enigmatic as they are intriguing. European short stories are world famous for their story-telling flow—natural, simple, and veracious. A 360-degree contrast from the tales of our country, from the social makeup of our society, our beliefs, customs and legends, these stories open up a new world on each page.
With stories like Elsi, The Unusual Farm Maid by Jeremias Gotthelf, The Jews’ Beech-tree by Annette Von Droste-hülshoff, The Broommaker of Rychiswyl by Jeremias Gotthelf, Fair Eckbert by Ludwig Tieck, How Joggeli Finds A Wife by Jeremias Gotthelf, A Little Legend of the Dance by Gottfied Keller, this book is a compilation of 20 famous European short stories. Each story is beautiful in its own style, holding the readers spellbound.
Time to indulge in some old-world charm all the way from Europe.