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گوسفند قربانی

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Short Story: Lamb to the Slaughter (Harper's Magazine, 1953)
Published 2008
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This is the title of the first chapter of 'The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry'. You can find a copy of this short story here

It will take you about 5 minutes to read it. It is very good, and makes me want to locate a copy of 'Someone Like You'.
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Nunca habría imaginado que el autor que me entusiasmó de pequeña con Matilda, fuese capaz de escribir una historia en clave de novela negra sin dejar de perder los rasgos característicos que hacen tan disfrutables todas y cada una de sus lecturas.
A short mystery involving a murdered police detective and his wife and former colleagues.
Predictable, but still fun!
I saw the Alfred Hitchcock Presents episode of this perhaps forty years ago. It made a strong impression on me, and I have never forgotten it. I didn't even know it was a short story until last week. When I heard one of my fellow teachers talking about it, I immediately tracked it down and read it. It was amazing. Suspenseful. Humorous. Dark. Light. Wonderfully ironic.
clever story. don't know if it would work in today's world, but I liked the story a lot.
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I read this story in English at school and thought it was quite good. It's not like Roald Dahl's other stories that i've read.
Brian Yahn
Lamb to the Slaughter is a murder tale that's ironically cute. It's a fun little read.
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Kayla Rose
*3.5* this is a very short short story. It was written very well, but was not exceptionally good.
Another bit of Roald Dahl magic, complete with the perfect crime and a generous helping of irony.
Oliviah Lawrence
I read this in school, very different from normal murder mysteries but great noneoftheless!
Greg Mathews
Just a nice story about a woman who murders her husband with a lamb leg. I enjoyed it a lot!
Rating - 4

Read my freshman year of high school and really loved this short story.
در کل به ژانر جنایی بیشتر از دو ستاره نمیشود تقدیم کرد...یا حداقل در توان من نیست..
This story was just pure genius. Roald Dahl, I love your brain.
Roald Dahl really does have a beautiful brain.
Madison Salem
Read this for English class; a good story.
Oh Roald Dahl, you little genius man.
Short and sweet... inventive
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Roald Dahl was a British novelist, short story writer and screenwriter of Norwegian descent, who rose to prominence in the 1940's with works for both children and adults, and became one of the world's bestselling authors.

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