True love can survive anything. Or can it? Four popular authors were lunching with an editor and the question came up: "What mental and emotional reaction would a man and a woman undergo, linked together by a ten-foot chain, for three days and nights?" The 4 very popular authors each had strong but divergent opinions of what would happen to such a couple chained together for 3 days and nights. The result was these fascinating stories. Does true love scoff at the small difficulty of constant proximity? Does being 'too close' become an acid that eats away even the bonds of love? What do YOU think would happen if you were to write such a story? Read and find out what these popular and creative authors think.
First Page:THE TEN FOOT CHAIN
OR CAN LOVE SURVIVE THE SHACKLES?
[Illustration: "WHEN I LOOK INTO YOUR FACE THE SUN RISES AND THE BOAT OF MY LIFE ROCKS ON THE DANCING WAVES OF PASSION."]
THE TEN FOOT CHAIN
CAN LOVE SURVIVE THE SHACKLES?
A UNIQUE SYMPOSIUM
ACHMED ABDULLAH MAX BRAND E. K. MEANS P. P. SHEEHAN
REYNOLDS PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC. NEW YORK 1920
Copyright 1920 REYNOLDS PUB. CO. Inc.
Copyright 1920 THE FRANK A. MUNSEY CO.
FIRST TALE AN INDIAN JATAKA 17 By Achmed Abdullah
SECOND TALE OUT OF THE DARK 45 By Max Brand
THIRD TALE PLUMB NAUSEATED 81 By E. K. Means
FOURTH TALE PRINCESS OR PERCHERON 127 By Perley P. Sheehan
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