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I. L. Peretz's short story "Bontsha the Silent" centers on a character who, when offered everything in heaven, asks only for a hot roll with butter for breakfast every morning.
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Sherwood Anderson's short story ''I'm a Fool" is told by a first-person narrator, a racehorse groom, who lies to get what he wants.
The 1989 novel A Prayer for Owen Meany by American author John Irving centers on a Christ-like hero and examines the meaning of good and evil.
Prussian author Fyodor Dostoevsky's 1869 novel The Idiot centers on the protagonist's loss of innocence and his experience of sin.
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