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... humorous fictional memoirs from his life, but he also wrote darker material, such as "The Whip-Poor-Will," a story of madness and murder ... provenance for the stunt, but was certainly aware of the Thurber story ... In addition to his other fiction, Thurber wrote over seventy-five fables, most of which were collected in Fables for Our Time Famous Poems Illustrated (1940) and Further Fables for Our Time (1956) ...
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