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Black Cat Vol. 03 No. 1 October 1897

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The Black Cat Vol. 03 No. 1 October 1897 is a captivating collection of short stories and poems that transport readers back to the late 19th century. The diverse array of authors featured in this edition offer a wide range of writing styles and topics, making it a truly enriching reading experience. From tales of love and loss to mysteries and adventures, each piece is expertly crafted and engaging.

One particularly notable aspect of this volume is the attention to detail in the descriptions of settings and characters. The vivid imagery brings the stories to life, allowing readers to fully immerse themselves in each narrative. Additionally, the language used by the authors is beautifully poetic, adding depth and emotion to their storytelling.

Overall, The Black Cat Vol. 03 No. 1 October 1897 is a wonderful read for anyone interested in classic literature or historical fiction. The timeless themes explored in these works continue to resonate with readers today, making this edition a valuable addition to any bookshelf. Highly recommended for anyone looking for a literary escape to another time and place.

Book Description:
The Black Cat was a monthly literary magazine, publishing original short stories, often about uncanny or fantastical topics. Many writers were largely unknown, but some famous authors also wrote original material for this magazine.
We're presenting the first issue of Volume 3 with the following stories:
"His Millionaire Client", by Sallie Pate Steen: a clever plan is hatched to claim a convicted murderer's inheritance
"The Egg that Ran Away", by Philip Verrill Mighels: a naturalist finds a supposedly new species of eggs
"Love and Avarice", by Leonard Freeman Burbank: obsessive love often ends in tragedy
"How the Widow Raised the Mortgage", by R. H. Fletcher, U. S. A.: this captain definitely did not want to be trapped in marriage
"Told in China", by Elizabeth Flint Wade: a broken China cup finally reunites two childhood lovers
- Summary by Sonia

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