The short story "William Wilson" embodies Poe's characteristic gothic style, twisting plots, and puzzling endings. The tone of John L. Chatty's narration is of a cunning, almost slippery nature, ideally suited for this haunting tale exploring the idea of the double. The protagonist, William, is the book's narrator, his intricate language edged with sadness. This is a timeless story, and essential for any audiobook library.
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Falsely advertised as unabridged
Extensive passages of descriptive text have been excised. Probably explains why this reading of the story is about 10-15 minutes shorter than other versions available on Audible. Can't recommend this.