The short story
Begins with the oral storytelling tradition that produces famous stories like Homer's ligand and Odyssey. The stories are delivered in the form of rhythmic poetry The rhythm serves as a tool to help people to remember the story. The short sections of these stories are centered on individual narrative narratives that can be delivered on one short occasion. The whole story is only visible when the entire section of the story has been delivered. Fable, which is generally a folklore with moral messages in it, supposedly regarded by the Greek historian Herodotus as the invention of a Greek slave named Aesop in the 6th century BC (though there are other tales from other nations ascribed to Aesop). These ancient fables are now known as Aesop Fable. However, others provide another definition related to the term Fable. Fable in the treasury of Indonesian Literature is often interpreted as a story about animals as the main character. Popular fable stories such as The Kancil Story, and so forth. Furthermore, the type of story developing includes sage, myth, and legend. Sage is a story of heroism. For example Joko Dolog. Myths or myths lead to stories related to local beliefs about things. For example Nyi Roro Kidul. While the legend contains understanding as a story about the origin of the occurrence of a place. Example of Banyuwangi. Another ancient form of short stories, anecdotes, was popular during the Roman Empire. Anecdotes work like a parable, a stories.