Poe's eerie story of a strange doppelganger, with a classic twist at the end.
William Wilson, from his early schooldays, is dogged and taunted by another boy of similar height and appearance, who bears the same name as himself. Although as young boys they manage to tolerate each other, over time, as Wilson moves through Eton and Oxford and out into the world, his alter ego frequently turns up to thwart him at critical moments in his life.
Clear female reader with a calm thespian voice. Since it's first-person madman, a male and more impassioned reading would make sense. Don't think that the climax really came out in this reading.
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