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Thirteen Tasteless Classics IV

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Thirteen Sick Tasteless Classics, Part IV is adult literature featuring adult content and language. The work satirizes and spoofs thirteen classic stories from U.S., British, French, Russian, Arabian literature and from Greek mythology. Jay Dubya goes right to work retelling and sideswiping tales from American literature. Richard Connell's "The Most Dangerous Game," O. Henry's "A Retrieved Reformation," Edgar Allan Poe's "The Masque of the Red Death," Jack London's "Love of Life," and Mark Twain's "Tom and Huck's Gang" are thoroughly degenerated. British Literature is also corrupted with imaginative adult renditions of Rudyard Kipling's "The Elephant's Child," Wilkie Collins's "Blow Up With the Brig," Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Adventure of the Speckled Band" and Charles Dickens's "Ebenezer Scrooge." Finally, Greek mythology is assaulted with a hilarious retelling of "Oedipus." French literature is not ignored with a crazy version of Victor Hugo's "The Bishop's Candlesticks." Russian lit' is broadsided with an imaginative retelling of Anton Chekov's "The Bet." And last but not least, Arabian literature is not spared from being clobbering with a new version of "The Fourth Voyage of Sindbad."

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