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Special Collections and Archives, UIC

The Special Collections blog of the University of Illinois at Chicago, discussing our three divisions (rare books, manuscripts, and university archives), as well as special collections news and events. Special Collections can be contacted via our webpage (http://library.uic.edu/special-collections). Please direct reference questions to one of the venues mentioned on our website to maintain privacy.
Dec 5 '13
Our Terrible Title this Thursday is the short story "My Favorite Murder" by Ambrose Bierce. It’s actually a lovely and haunting short story and can be read in full here. Bierce’s own death was subject to much speculation.
I’m still a little traumatized from reading "The Lottery" in high school. Which short stories have stuck with you?

Our Terrible Title this Thursday is the short story "My Favorite Murder" by Ambrose Bierce. It’s actually a lovely and haunting short story and can be read in full here. Bierce’s own death was subject to much speculation.

I’m still a little traumatized from reading "The Lottery" in high school. Which short stories have stuck with you?

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    Now it is our turn to respond. I was not able to find a terribly titled short story but I was shown this terribly titled...
  4. nglspecialcollectionsandarchives answered: A Good Man Is Hard to Find by Flannery O’ Connor. It has come up as an assigned reading in mutiple classes during high school and college
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