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Performer: Edgar Allan Poe
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Title: Short Stories Of Edgar Allan Poe Vol. VI
Released: 1971
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If you can't decide which story to read first, try browsing the summaries page. Many of Poe's stories were published several times and some were not published until after he died

Poe is best known for his poetry and short stories, particularly his tales of mystery and the macabre. Edgar Allan Poe Read By Martin Donegan - Short Stories Of Edgar Allan Poe Vol. VI ‎(LP).

Here are some of Edgar Allan Poe’s short stories to explore. His stories are usually dark and often fall into the gothic or horror genres. Egaeus and Berenice, cousins, grew up together in the family mansion. Egaeus is gloomy and obsessive; Berenice is energetic and lively. They are going to be married. Berenice gets a degenerative sickness. Egaeus begins to focus on her teeth. Using Fortunato’s knowledge of wine as bait, Montresor says he has paid full price for a shipment of Amontillado that might not be genuine. His target insists on lending his expertise immediately. Read The Cask of Amontillado. A Descent into the Maelström. While resting after a mountain climb, an older man tells his companion a story. Years ago, he and his two brothers were caught in a hurricane while on a boat. Read A Descent into the Maelström. The Fall of the House of Usher. The narrator visits his friend Roderick who, along with his sister, is suffering from an unusual illness.

Though he became well known both as an journalist and a writer of fiction, his salary never matched his fame and Poe spent most of his life in extreme poverty. In 1836 he married his then thirteen year old cousin Virginia Clemm - a relationship into which much has been read. After a period of increasing mental instability following the death of Virginia, Poe died of 'delerium' in Baltimore in unexplained circumstances

Edgar Allan Poe, An Appreciation Life of Poe, by James Russell Lowell Death of Poe, by N. P. Willis The Unparalleled Adventures of One Hans Pfaall The Gold-Bug Four Beasts in One The Murders in the Rue Morgue The Mystery of Marie Rogêt The Balloon-Hoax MS. Found in a Bottle The Oval Portrait. Edgar allan POE. An appreciation.

Poe has excellently explored the interesting concept of metempsychosis through this interesting short story which focuses on the feuds of two rivaling Hungarian families. In Ligeia, it appears as though Poe wants his reader to know that not only does he masterfully write chilling horror stories, but also is he a romantic at heart. Combining elements of romance and horror, Poe wove a suspenseful story focusing on the mental health of a protagonist who has lost the love of his life.

These famous Edgar Allen Poe Tales and Stories have been included along with some lesser known, but equally enjoyable tales  . The Pit and the Pendulum (1961) starring Vincent Price. Printable Edgar Allen Poe Free Short Stories. These wonderful stories and tales from the books of this famous author are perfect for those who appreciate his wonderful style of writing. The stories featured are in a printable format. Edgar Allen Poe Free Short Stories - Biography.

Edgar Allan Poe’s life was not an easy one, which explains why poetry was so dark and disturbing. Poe’s father abandoned him when he was a baby, and his mother died of tuberculosis when he was only three years old. He was adopted by a couple named John and Frances Allan. Frances was very loving toward Poe, but sadly died of tuberculosis just before he went to college. Poe attended the University of Virginia, but then dropped out and enrolled at West Point. He was soon expelled and then began a life of drinking and gambling. Poe’s poetry uses basic themes that have endured for centuries through other writers, readers, and listeners. Another of Poe’s contributions to literature was his theories and kinds of stories he created. Poe developed a theory of composition that he applied to both his short stories and to his poems. Its basic principle was that in a short fiction or poetry, the writer’s main goal should be to create a total psychological or spiritual effect upon the reader. The theme or plot should always be secondary to the author’s goal of a single, intense mood in the reader’s or listener’s mind. Today, Poe is known, read, and appreciated on the foundation of a fairly narrow body of short stories and poems, compared to many other great writers of his time. His writings offer an entry into his unique and terrifying world that is Poe’s tragic life. The total effect of all this is undeniable, and Poe himself would certainly approve.


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