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A Little World Made Cunningly

Program Title:
A Little World Made Cunningly
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IZ0403
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A Little World Made Cunningly| Recorded circa 1970. - CONTENT: Joe Cuomo reads Stanley Sultan's short story, A Little World Made Cunningly. Subject of the short story is the killing of Bobby Wilson who worked at Coney Island's Wonderland. The story teller indicates that he was well educated. Wilson's father was Roger Wilson III, a lawyer. Wilson's choice to become a clown at Wonderland disappointed his father. Wilson had a wonderful sense of humor and was well liked. Wilson's death occured after he was forced to drink a large amount of alcohol. - Recorded circa 1970.

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30:00
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