#1 - Melted Melody, by James J. McEvilly
Black Cat Vol. 03 No. 2 November 1897
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 second issue of Volume 3 with the following stories:
"Melted Melody", by James J. McEvilly: witness an archaeologist's unusual experiment in an ice cave
"Old Pruitt", by Wellington Vandiver: the explanation why Block 2 was the merriest block in gaol
"The Coming and Going of a Washoe", by Philip Verrill Mighels: a little Indian boy conquers the heart of two men
"A Problem of the East", by Joseph A. Altsheler: an American mariner wants to escape his slave captivity
"An Aproned Angel", by Annie Prescott Bull: a tale about undying love for a sister and for a lover
- Summary by Sonia
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