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eMaginators is proud to begin production of the Edgar Allen Poe story The Black Cat. On these pages you can view the production status, character development, staging and trailer videos. Enjoy!
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The narrator tells us that from an early age he has loved animals; he and his wife have many pets, including a large, beautiful black cat (as described by the narrator) named Pluto.
The story is presented as a first-person narrative using an unreliable narrator. He is a condemned man at the outset of the story.
The narrator's beloved wife.
One of Poe's darkest tales, "The Black Cat" includes his strongest denunciation of alcohol. The narrator's perverse actions are brought on by his alcoholism, a "disease" and "fiend" which also destroys his personality. The use of the black cat evokes various superstitions, including the idea voiced by the narrator's wife that they are all witches in disguise. Poe owned a black cat.