The Black Cat Vol. 03 No. 12 September 1898


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The Black Cat (1895-1922) 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.

This is the 12th issue of Volume 3 with the following stories:

> Holding Down a Homestead, by H. W. Phillips: loneliness and a bad conscience can drive people crazy

> The Clasp of Fire, by Carrie E. Garrett: how a Russian princess was taught humility

> A Soft Soap Affair, by C. B. Lewis: learn about the ingenious plot to have two young lovers make up again

> The Camels of Iphi, by Charles Clayton Dana: two brothers must ride a race for their lives

> Mr. Jones's Dream, by Edward Robins: an example of what can happen to superstitious travellers

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Chapters

Holding Down a Homestead, by H. W. Phillips 23:34 Read by Shannon Sullivan
The Clasp of Fire, by Carrie E. Garrett 30:19 Read by Julie Burks
A Soft Soap Affair, by C. B. Lewis 20:24 Read by AllenO
The Camels of Iphi, by Charles Clayton Dana 15:36 Read by Chris Pyle
Mr. Jones's Dream, by Edward Robins 18:50 Read by Greg Giordano