The Black Cat
Publish date: July 28th 1985
Publisher: Creative Education
Pages no: 32
Edition language: English
, 19th Century
, Short Stories
What a disturbing. creepy and dark story with an awful and insane human being as a narrator. I liked the writing and build up of this story, but I cannot approve of the cruelty against the poor cat. And I sincerely hope that cats will haunt the narrator in his afterlife.
Pluto---this was the cat's name---was my favorite pet and playmate. With this in my collection, I felt obligated to read it for Bingo :) This short story is a doozie for animal lovers, especially cat ones. Our leader through this madness states he has an "illness". As you read along, i...
I know this was the obvious choice for the Black cat square of the bingo card but I had never read it before. Come to think of it, I am not sure I ever read Edgar Allen Poe (*gasp*). Well let me tell you, as an animal lover I read this with my mouth hanging open. It is shocking and heartbreaking and...
I will say this for Mr. Poe, he knows how to piss me off! The story was absolutely vile & despicable & I never want to read anything like it again! The only redeeming part was the ending & for that alone and that only I give it 2 stars especially considering I found an inconsistency... [spoiler] In ...
mn-2015, halloween-2015, re-visit-2015, paper-read, shortstory-shortstories-novellas Read on October 11, 2015 Listen HereOpening: FOR THE MOST WILD YET most homely narrative which I am about to pen, I neither expect nor solicit belief.
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