For me, one of the things I like best about Richard Connell’s famous short story, “The Most Dangerous Game,” is its contemplation of moral ambiguity. Here is my performance of the story, if you are not familiar with it:

With morality, it seems, lines have to be drawn, and determinations made about “right” and “wrong.” But who gets to make those decisions and upon what authority? I find these things fun to think about. Then again, I’m strange.

Here’s a goodish video on: What is Morality?

Posted by Frank Marcopolos

Frank Marcopolos lives in Austin, Texas. Hiding from the ever-present Texas sun because of a well-founded fear of skin cancer, he writes short stories and novels that have been praised by some readers, while others have been, like, "Meh." He also produces free audiobooks of public domain works on his YouTube channel. You can subscribe to that here: