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THE CAT, "I AM"

not-not quite as it had been when I had last looked at it. Something else had-been added. By the thick folds of the curtain-1 had blinked my own eyes twice to see that they were not cheating me, I looked carefully twice into the mirror-eyes before I could be sure. But then I was as sure as that you're in that chair-" his voice rose to an unpleasantly shrill dismay. "There in the corner by the curtain, watching me, was something, someone, standing ready, ready ..:"
He swung round. The panic infection of his voice was too strong for the doctor. He, too, could not keep his head from swiveling over his shoulder. He gasped with relief, and then with disgust at himself. The room was healthily empty as a meadow. He flung a glance at Innes, who with incredulous relief was also gazing at the curtain.
Hamilton sprang up, strode across the room, and shook the heavy velvet "The commonest form of hallucination," he exclaimed. "Why, Walter Scott, that sane old tale-teller, says he was almost frightened out of his life by seeing, in the dusk, his dressing gown look like a dead friend."
" But," Innes muttered, "but it wasn't in the room itself, at least not yet, not then, that I saw it. It was in that creature's eyes:"
For a moment Dr. Hamilton stood by the window. He'd probably do best to go across to Innes and give him a good shaking. Hysterics are now, once again, being slapped into remembering that they are sane; he recalled reading that only a week ago, in his favorite medical journal. Maybe it's not much use to the hysteric, but what a blessed relief to the doctor. Could he really slap an old, respectable, not well-liked friend? He hesitated. What would have happened

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