The Feather Pillow and the Permanent Stiletto PDF/EPUB


  • Paperback
  • 46 pages
  • The Feather Pillow and the Permanent Stiletto
  • Horacio Quiroga
  • English
  • 01 June 2019
  • 1849025428

10 thoughts on “The Feather Pillow and the Permanent Stiletto

  1. says:

    While subbing in an 11th grade English class, the teacher left this little ditty.brilliant


  2. says:

    Review of the Second Horror Story The Permanent Stiletto by W.C Morrow William Chambers Morrow was an American writer known for his horror short stories He was born in the Deep South of Selma, Alabama in 1854 He gained some fame though not wealth after moving to San Francisco and befriending Ambrose Bierce, who also gained fame from his supernatural stories Yet the classic horror stories of Morrow do not need the supernatural They are supported on their own two legs as undeniable maste Review of the Second Horror Story The Permanent Stiletto by W.C Morrow William Chambers Morrow was an American writer known for his horror short stories He was born in the Deep South of Selma, Alabama in 1854 He gained some fame though not wealth after moving to San Francisco and befriending Ambrose Bierce, who also gained fame from his supernatural stories Yet the classic horror stories of Morrow do not need the supernatural They are supported on their own two legs as undeniable masterpieces in the horror genre and are full of biting irony The Permanent Stiletto is one of W.C Morrow s best tales of revenge Upon encountering this singular story for the first time, Vincent Starrett commented There isthan a flavor of Poe in these lines they are almost perfectly in the spirit of Poe Poe in the half whimsical, half serious mood of The Cask of Amontillado But Poe did not write themby Andrew Barger, Editor of Best Horror Short Stories 1850 1899 a 66a6le Horror Anthology Best Horror Short Stories 1850 1899 A 6a66le Horror Anthology


  3. says:

    I only read the Feather Pillow, but I ll admit it was a piece that stuck with me Probably punched my own pillows for months after I read it in High School To those who dare, Enjoy


  4. says:

    I ve only read The Feather Pillow , and it was creepy as hell I definitely wasn t expecting that sort of ending.


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The Feather Pillow and the Permanent Stiletto A combined volume of the two short stories, The Feather Pillow and The Permanent Stiletto


About the Author: Horacio Quiroga

Horacio Silvestre Quiroga Forteza was an Uruguayan novelist, poet, and above all short story writer.He wrote stories which, in their jungle settings, use the supernatural and the bizarre to show the struggle of man and animal to survive He also excelled in portraying mental illness and hallucinatory states His influence can be seen in the Latin American magic realism of Gabriel Garc a M rquez and the postmodern surrealism of Julio Cort zar.See also