“William Wilson” is a short story by Edgar Allan Poe, first published in 1839.
The story tells the tale of a man and his ghostly double, who pursues the man
around the world trying to keep him away from vice.
Duality is the key concept of the book, especially the ongoing conflicts between
two characters within one body. By employing visual elements such as paper-
tearing, reflection from mirror papers and bold color scheme, the book visualizes
the inner battle going on.
Typesetting remains clean and neat.