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  1. I read this very short story today In fact I read it a few times in about half an hour, like I said it was a very short story The thing that brought it to my attention was that my son wrote an essay on it for a college course he is taking I read his essay last night, and the story this morning The first time I read it I was just creeped out, and annoyed with these parents Almost the entire story takes place in a cellar These supposedly normal parents keep their child chained in the cella I read this very short story today In fact I read it a few times in about half an hour, like I said it was a very short story The thing that brought it to my attention was that my son wrote an essay on it for a college course he is taking I read his essay last nig...

  2. These terse cartoony pulpacious short stories from the early 50s jitterbug madly on the borderline where science fiction meets horror and come at you like one of those notorious comics which got adults in such a tiswas back then, this kind of thingorWe re in a different world here, where wives toss their pretty blonde curls, where secretaries sharpen pencils, where young men pound typewriters and where the sexual innuendo is laid on with a trowel In one of the longer stories, Lover When You re These ters...

  3. This book is really creepy but at the same time interesting because not all of the information is given so it leaves you wondering I think that this could make a very interesting discussion Another upside to the book it takes from 1 5 minutes to read It can get quite co...

  4. Wow, what a wonderfully unnerving short story It s told from the point of view of an abused child, who is kept chained in the basement by its parents It is written with odd grammar, bad spelling, and strange phrasings to reflect a complete unfamiliarity with normal human speech, writing, or the world outside the basement The child is curious about the laughter it hears from Upstairs and the glimpses it gets through a window of children playing outside and is punished by beating when it goes Wow, what a wonderfully unnerving short story It s told from the point of view of an abused child, who is kept chained in the basement by its parents It is written with odd grammar, bad spelling, and strange phrasings to reflect a complete unfamiliarity with normal human speech, writing, or the world outside the basement The child is curious about the laughter it hears from Upstairs and the glimpses it gets through a window of children playing outside and is punished by beating when it goes to look A few violent things happen towards the end, including a promise of even greater violen...

  5. Peque o relato corto de Richard Matheson, escrito en primera persona, que relata c mo es la vida de una persona que permanece atada toda su vida en un s tano de una casa y que sus padres le impiden salir de ah para evitar que lo vean, pues lo toman por un monstruo.Lectura obligatoria...

  6. Richard Matheson is a master of genre fiction, short and otherwise The title story is gleefully disturbing.

  7. Wow quite an impressive and creative short little story, especially considering Matheson was 22 when he wrote it and it was his first published story and it s 63 years old Reminds me of when I first read the little brother short story by Poppy Z Brite creepy

  8. Story was narrated by a child, who tells a story about his parents who keeps locking him in the cellar for no reason, fucked up Short, but one powerful story, and to think Matheson wrote this when he was 23, Damn.

  9. I read this the day after Richard Matheson passed away and it was astonishing especially since it s his first published story, published 63 years ago Very creepy, very unpleasant but compulsive and gripping, this is a superb tale from an extraordinary storyteller.

  10. Very seriously creepy Takes about 5 1 minutes to read and I think you can find the whole thing on line free Worth a read I passed it around the lab today for people to read and we had a great discussion going.