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Cats and Their Slaves: An Anthology of Worship

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Tailored for the literary-minded cat lover, this charming celebration of the relationship between cats and their smitten owners is packed with amusing and enticing quotes about human-feline relationships. People who may have a website devoted to their cats will find themselves in great company, with quotes from cat "slaves" Raymond Chandler, Edgar Allan Poe, Theodore ...more
Hardcover, 68 pages
Published April 1st 2006 by Chicago Review Press
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Michelle Lovric is a novelist, writer and anthologist.

Her third novel, The Remedy, was long-listed for the 2005 Orange Prize for Fiction. The Remedy is a literary murder-mystery set against the background of the quack medicine industry in the eighteenth century.

Her first novel, Carnevale, is the story of the painter Cecilia Cornaro, described by The Times as the possessor of ‘the most covetable l
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