Three Sundays in a Week

Three Sundays in a Week

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  • Title: Three Sundays in a Week
  • Author: Edgar Allan Poe
  • ISBN: 5551065286
  • Page: 379
  • Format: ebook
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      Published :2019-010-11T06:02:23+00:00

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    A mean old UNCLE money-bags curmudgeon sets a stipulation that there can be no wedding for Bobby and Kate until there are THREE SUNDAY'S IN A WEEK. Impossible? Nope!HA! Where there's a will, there's a wayif you have the right friends.Nothing creepy or scary here, just a clever little story by POE.

    One of Poe's sillier stories, which was, thankfully, very short. That shortness is what bumped it from 2-stars to 3-stars. Sometimes Poe is an old windbag whose stories drag on for about a thousand years. (See: Any Poe story relating to hot air balloons) Two cousins want to get married but their uncle/father will only give his blessing when there are three sundays in a week. They brilliantly figure out a solution to this conundrum. Oh, Poe. You are so weird.

    Three Sundays in a Week: This was a silly story about a man and a woman who want to get married but they can't until their uncle approves. He says he will not give approval until there are three Sundays in a week. That seems impossible unless you are from a nautical family and three of you cross the international date line in one week. Silly.

    Reminds me of Neil Gaiman's Stardust, I think that one had something with 2 Sundays in a week, if I remember correctly.

    A guy sets out to get his uncle's blessing so he can get married. The solution was pretty funny but also Mr Poe you're such a nerd.

    #34 A book with a month or day of the week in the titleI know this was a very short story, but it was the only thing even remotely interesting that I could find with a month or day in the title.

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