The Utterly Perfect Murder Analysis

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The theme of "The Utterly Perfect Murder" by Ray Bradbury is holding grudges and wanting revenge on something that happened long ago. When Doug arrived at Ralph Underhill's house he thought, "I had been the center of his world, someone to attack, beat, pummel, bruise"(Bradbury). Ralph was a bully to Doug and he wanted revenge. Doug was going to kill him. Doug thought Ralph wouldn't remember him, he felt that the only reason he remembered his name is because Ralph thought about him
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