Tell Me a Riddle
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For the film based on the novel, see Tell Me a Riddle (film).
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Tell Me a Riddle has been called "a powerful study of the politics of voice", "an American Classic, and described as "beautifully crafted and painfully real in the issues of family that it raises." It received the 1961 O. Henry Award.
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