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013 Short Stories I: The Lady, or the Tiger?, The Monkey’s Paw, The Most Dangerous Game
October 1, 2015
Careful which door you choose. Or what you wish for. Or which island you wind up stranded on in the middle of the night with a couple of crazy foreigners. John Siracusa returns to discuss a trio of twisty stories, "The Lady, or the Tiger?," "The Monkey’s Paw," and "The Most Dangerous Game." With readings so short, you have no excuse to come to class unprepared!
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