The Black Cat (1843)

The Black Cat (1843)

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Edgar Allan Poe By EdgarAllanPoe Completed

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Okay...now he is going to be haunted by his guilt (Like in The Tall Tale Heart).
fairycat23 fairycat23 Sep 25, 2017
I find it interesting that the narrator in this story admits to being less than calm, logical, and excitable. Wouldn't it be fun to put him in a room with the narrator of "The Tell-Tale Heart"?
Pluto is a suiting name for it is the name of the roman god of the underworld.
fairycat23 fairycat23 Sep 25, 2017
That part about perverseness is so Dark Romantic. @ anyone in school, Poe thought the Transcendentalists like Emerson and Thoreau were full of crap for believing human nature was good.
DJRemix13 DJRemix13 May 04
That's the thing about genius...it demands ATTENTION. For what is the point of being clever if one can not prove it?
Okay...first he killed the cat, then his wife. What on earth is he thinking?!