Last Updated: 12/26/2018 8:42 PM

While studying the enlightenment period in history, sophomore World Literature students recently paired up to co-write historical fiction short stories. Pairs of students were given pairs of philosophers to research and get to know as “characters” for their narrative writing. Through their research of the philosophers and the time period, students then created a setting, plot, characters and dialogue that were transformed into short stories. They also created title pages to go with their work which were displayed as each pair read their stories to classmates.