“Instinct vs Reason – A Black Cat” By Edgar Allan Poe Review

The line which demarcates the instinct of the brute creation from the boasted reason of man, is, beyond doubt, of the most shadowy and unsatisfactory character — a boundary line far more difficult to settle than even the North-Eastern or the Oregon

Oh boy where do I start this review? 

I appraicfte reading this short story but nothing more than that. I didn’t like it as much as I’ve suspected I would.

It’s well written so it need to get point for doing that.

The plot in this however could be better because it didn’t go well with me. I don’t know why.

Ive read all of the poems and short stories which Edgar Allan Poe and this one feels like Edgar Allan Poe but there is something missing but I can’t name what. 

I give this book 1 / 5

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