|"Three Lines of Old French" is too short for publication as a novel. Nonetheless, it took up all of one volume in a short-lived series called Bizarre. This is the cover of Bizarre #1 from 1937.|
|The story was reprinted again in Famous Fantastic Mysteries for May-June 1940. The artist was Frank R. Paul.|
|The interior art was by Virgil Finlay. You might remember this image from my article called "Weird Tales and World War I" dated November 11, 2011, here.|
In Observance of Memorial Day.