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The Black Mass: A Country Doctor by Franz Kafka

Today we present “A Coun­try Doc­tor” by Franz Kaf­ka: A doc­tor’s night­ly atten­dance on a dying boy who can­not, or will not, be saved.

The Black Mass: Shiddah & Kuziba

A Moth­er dev­il and her baby trav­el to the earth­’s sur­face and are lost to their own eter­nal fire­side below. On the sur­face they await a time when the light of the uni­verse will be extin­guished, when God and Satan will become one.

The Black Mass — Oh Mirror, Mirror by Nigel Kneale

Lit­tle Judith’s aged aunt spends hours each day try­ing to make her niece look pret­ty: “And when she looks into the mir­ror, she won’t seem so dif­fer­ent after all. She can pre­tend to be like me.”

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