A collection of short stories...
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The Mirror Reviews
How much are you influenced by the way others see you? Main character S in Ernesto Sabato’s ‘The Angel of Darkness’ muses at one point that hell is being seen by other people. How many times a day do you look at yourself in the mirror? And how frequently do you judge what you see? French Decadent Catulle Mendès (1841-1909) has been called ‘a Petrarchist of the horrible’. He also was a prolific author, having written 16 novels, 35 short-story collections, 11 volumes of poetry and 13 plays. If you only read English, chances are you have not read any of his work and for good reason – other than a few selections and short stories, none of his writing has been translated. However, there is one little gem that is a cross between fairytale and decadent conte cruel. Once read, never forgotten. Here is a link; can be read in 5 minutes.http://nmi.org/wp-content/uploads/201...
Mirror Mirror on the wall, who's the fairest of them all?........not the wicked ole queen who rules her kingdom with lies and cruelty.....that's for sure!Super short and repulsively good! Thank you GR friend Glenn for sharing the link!
(Just the short story / fairy tale)"For if someone thinks you are beautiful, and loses no chance to tell you so, he is almost as good as a mirror. "