The Allowable Rhyme by H. P. Lovecraft

The Allowable Rhyme By H. P. Lovecraft “Sed ubi plura nitent in carmine, non ego paucis Offendar maculis.” —Horace. The poetical tendency of the present and of the preceding century has been divided in a manner singularly curious. One loud and conspicuous faction of bards, giving way to the corrupt influences of a decaying generalContinue reading “The Allowable Rhyme by H. P. Lovecraft”

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Review: The Pharaoh’s Cat

The Pharaoh’s Cat by Maria Luisa Lang The Pharaoh’s Cat, a tragicomic fantasy narrated in the present tense by the cat himself, tells of a free-spirited, wise-cracking stray in ancient Egypt who suddenly acquires human powers and immediately captivates the young Pharaoh, making him laugh for the first time since his parents’ death. The catContinue reading “Review: The Pharaoh’s Cat”