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Oil of Dog
by Ambrose Bierce

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Before his disappearance after he trailed off into the wilds of Mexico in search of Pancho Villa, Ambrose Bierce was known as "bitter Bierce" and "the devil's lexicographer." He left behind a nasty reputation and more than ninety short stories that highlight this sardonic genius. His works have been collected in many volumes and Bierce is best known for "Encounter At Owl Creek Bridge" and The Devil's Dictionary.

Illustrations are © Bill Fountain.

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