De Lysle Ferrée Cass (1887–1973) was a writer of fantasy short stories. He had at least six stories published pre-World War I in magazines from the Munsey pulp stable. These include: "Oahula the Carnivorous" (The All-Story March 1913); "Pilgrims in Love" (The All-Story Sep and Oct 1913); "The Love Caprice" (The All-Story November 1913); "Love Goes Blindly" (The All-Story Dec 1913); "The Man Who Could Not Die" (All Story March 1914 and The All-Story Mar 7, 1914); and "The White Spot" (All-Story Cavalier Weekly, Oct 24 and 31, 1914). His stories for the Munsey pulps are marked by a frank eroticism unusual for its time, together with frequent settings in Oriental climes.

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  • De Lysle Ferrée Cass (1887–1973) was a writer of fantasy short stories. He had at least six stories published pre-World War I in magazines from the Munsey pulp stable. These include: "Oahula the Carnivorous" (The All-Story March 1913); "Pilgrims in Love" (The All-Story Sep and Oct 1913); "The Love Caprice" (The All-Story November 1913); "Love Goes Blindly" (The All-Story Dec 1913); "The Man Who Could Not Die" (All Story March 1914 and The All-Story Mar 7, 1914); and "The White Spot" (All-Story Cavalier Weekly, Oct 24 and 31, 1914). His stories for the Munsey pulps are marked by a frank eroticism unusual for its time, together with frequent settings in Oriental climes. (en)
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  • De Lysle Ferrée Cass (1887–1973) was a writer of fantasy short stories. He had at least six stories published pre-World War I in magazines from the Munsey pulp stable. These include: "Oahula the Carnivorous" (The All-Story March 1913); "Pilgrims in Love" (The All-Story Sep and Oct 1913); "The Love Caprice" (The All-Story November 1913); "Love Goes Blindly" (The All-Story Dec 1913); "The Man Who Could Not Die" (All Story March 1914 and The All-Story Mar 7, 1914); and "The White Spot" (All-Story Cavalier Weekly, Oct 24 and 31, 1914). His stories for the Munsey pulps are marked by a frank eroticism unusual for its time, together with frequent settings in Oriental climes. (en)
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