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Peace And War

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Peace And War

Peace And War

Peace And War

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Contestants gather for a tense final round at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minn. Eamon Coyne/NPR hide caption

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Contestants gather for a tense final round at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minn.

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It's Opposite Day for this final round, in which puzzle guru Art Chung will give you the "opposite" of a well-known book title, and you must figure out the real one. For example, "The Visible Woman," is a clue to The Invisible Man. So if we tell you "bad misfortune," what we really mean is—good luck.

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