Still There, Still Doing That
In Mike Madison’s “Distinction in the Darkness,” at what point in the story does the reader begin to realize that Alex is not who he thinks he is?
In Ross Smeltzer’s “The Thief and the Hidden Citadel,” why might one say that the story ends as it began?
In Charles C. Cole’s “Vermouth and Cigarettes”:
- Why is Dave dubious about Charlie’s plans to propose to Nancy?
- Why are Nancy’s parents incredulous at Charlie’s proposal?
- Why does Nancy dump Charlie?
- Why does Charlie’s proposal not seem entirely impulsive?
What is a Bewildering Stories Challenge?