Roald Dahl's Tales of the Unexpected - Edward the Conquerer Summary & Analysis

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Edward the Conquerer Summary

Louisa and Edward lead a mundane, ordinary existence until, as Edward clears the field outside their home, Louisa finds a cat. She takes it inside and notices that it responds very strangely when she plays the piano - enjoying some pieces and horrified at others. She tests out various pieces until she becomes convinced that the cat is indeed Franz Liszt. Louisa researches both Listz's life and reincarnation and is certain that the two are the same: they love and hate the same pieces, they even have warts in the same spot. Louisa is intent on showing off their new cat, but Edward demurs. Later, Louisa is cooking dinner for the cat and Edward comes in from the field, having lit an enormous bonfire. She inquires after the location of the cat, and notices that Edward has a long...

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