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THE CAT, "I AM"

"Of course," said the Doctor, "you're looking right into the eye itself."
" Well, all I know is that then it gives the effect ..:' he went over the sentence again, "it gives the effect of looking into a small, lit room, lit with a warm firelight, cosy, quiet, but waiting for someone to come in and occupy it." He closed his sentence with. an ancient quotation: "`empty, swept, and garnished.' "I went on looking into those small binocular, stereoscopic mirrors. I suppose the cat and I were both in a kind of reciprocal trance. Anyhow, gradually I began to think that I was actually looking into a mirror and that in that mirror was reflected this room. The cat's eyes would then be showing me this room. You see," he went on more slowly, "I would be seeing this room, seeing behind me all of the other wall right along to the window."
Innes pointed over his shoulder with his left hand but kept his eyes on the hearth. "I saw it all perfectly clearly, like a view down the wrong end of a telescope. It was in minute but sharpest-cut detail. I scanned every bit of it with the lazy curiosity with which one looks into a camera obscura. Things reduced to model size are somehow always intriguing. I worked my attention along, or rather my eye shifted out to the very edge of the picture, right out to where that window," again he didn't turn around but pointed with a hooked-back finger in the direction, "terminated my view. I went to it and glanced at the curtain on the left. You see it is a heavy thick curtain and, as now, it was drawn back, since I had not replaced it when I had let in the cat. And then," Innes' voice had become a whisper and Hamilton had to lean over to catch the words, "I saw the room was

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