The Black Cat
Edgar Allan Poe (19 January 1809 – 7 October 1849) was an American writer best known for stories of mystery and horror. Poe also wrote poetry, including the well known poem “The Raven”. Not much is known about Poe’s untimely death, but it cannot be debated that he has had a great influence on... show more
Edgar Allan Poe (19 January 1809 – 7 October 1849) was an American writer best known for stories of mystery and horror. Poe also wrote poetry, including the well known poem “The Raven”. Not much is known about Poe’s untimely death, but it cannot be debated that he has had a great influence on American literature.This edition of Poe’s The Black Cat is specially formatted with a Table of Contents.
Publish date: July 8th 2012
Publisher: Acheron Press
Pages no: 15
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.