Cats: A Collection of Stories, Verse, and Proseby Mark Bryant (Editor)
This lively book brings together some of the finest writings about cats of every variety, gathered from all periods of history, from a wide variety of genres. From poems by such renowned writers as Chaucer, Emily Dickinson, and Oscar Wilde to the jokes and humor of Lewis Carroll and Ambrose Bierce, the muse has, as it were, always followed the mews.
Cats comprises the very best that has been written about felines in poetry and prose for more than a millennium. So whether it's purring pussycats that sleep beside the fireplace or battered tomcats that lurk in the darkest alleys, this collection is a superlative celebration of their fantastic world.
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