My Father, the Cat

My Father the Cat Etienne was bringing his fiancee home to meet his father who was a cat

  • Title: My Father, the Cat
  • Author: Henry Slesar
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 175
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Etienne was bringing his fiancee home to meet his father who was a cat.

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    1. I noticed this title on Henry Slesar's author page at Project Gutenberg a little bit ago and decided I had to read it right away. But I found it to be not as 'off-trail' as the editors of Fantastic Universe (December 1957) claimed it to be. Yes, it has off-trail possibilities, and I think Slesar could have delved deeper into them, could have made this a longer, more complex tale; but perhaps he had only a certain amount of space to fill, who knows. Anyway.Etienne's motherwas a lovely, delicate w [...]

    2. Read for personal pleasure and historical research. This work was of immense interest and a nice window into the literary past. I found this book's contents helpful and inspiring - number rating relates to the book's contribution to my needs.Overall, this work is also a good resource for the fantasy/science fiction researcher and enthusiast.

    3. A rather shockingly sad read! A young man recounts the love of his frail mother and his odd fatherwho happens to be a cat. When the man decides to bring his fiance home to meet his father, he must find some way to both convince her to still love him, despite his odd parentage, and to have his father agree to the unveiling in the first place!This feels like a little sequel to "Puss in Boots," with one of the sadder morals in fairy tales: sometimes, even those we love best can not accept the truth [...]

    4. I honestly found the story very odd! I do like cats but this one is over the top! A human lady who married a cat, who is so refined and a connoisseur, and the marriage bore fruit to a man. Now this man marries a lady and is now in a dilemma of how he will introduce his father who happens to be a cat. A very short story that I read in one sitting and ended up so perplexed as to how to react to it. So, I am giving it 2 (actually 1.5) stars since honestly up to now, I am still confused and quite du [...]

    5. This first person male narrative is gently read by a female so well that this incongruity is not an issue. The story is wonderful and picturesque. I listen to this short story while walking to and from work.

    6. Young Etienne has met a lovely young woman in college. They're engaged and now he'd bringing her home. He hasn't quite told her the truth about his family, but he wants to now. His father, the cat, disagrees.Please read the full review here.

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