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  1. The Works of Edgar Allan Poe - Volume 5 by Edgar Allan Poe, 2010-07-06
  2. The Works of Edgar Allan Poe - Volume 4 by Edgar Allan Poe, 2010-07-06
  3. The Works of Edgar Allan Poe - Volume 1 by Edgar Allan Poe, 2010-03-06
  4. The Works of Edgar Allan Poe - Volume 3 by Edgar Allan Poe, 2010-07-06
  5. The Works of Edgar Allan Poe - Volume 2 by Edgar Allan Poe, 2010-07-06
  6. Edgar Allan Poe's Complete Poetical Works by Edgar Allan Poe, 2010-07-06
  7. The Works of Edgar Allan Poe, The Raven Edition - Table Of Contents And Index Of The Five Volumes by Edgar Allan Poe, 2010-07-06
  8. Complete Stories and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe by Edgar Allan Poe, 1966-11-18
  9. Edgar Allan Poe: Complete Tales and Poems with Selected Essays by Edgar Allan Poe, 2010-02-23
  10. Great Tales and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe (Enriched Classics) by Edgar Allan Poe, 2007-06-19
  11. Edgar Allan Poe: The Complete Short Story Collection by Edgar Allan Poe, 2009-03-06
  12. Edgar Allan Poe's Tales of Mystery and Madness by Edgar Allan Poe, Gris Grimly, 2004-08-10
  13. The Portable Edgar Allan Poe (Penguin Classics) by Edgar Allan Poe, 2006-10-03
  14. The Complete Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe (Signet Classics) by Edgar Allan Poe, 2008-10-07

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2. Island Of Freedom - Edgar Allan Poe
Edgar Allan Poe. 18091849. And my soul from out that shadow that lies floating on the floor. Shall be liftednevermore! The Unofficial Poe Webpage. Qrisse's Edgar Allan Poe Pages. Edgar Allan Poe -
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Best known for his poems and short fiction, Edgar Allan Poe deserves more credit than any other writer for the transformation of the short story from anecdote to art. He virtually created the detective story and perfected the psychological thriller. He also produced some of the most influential literary criticism of his timeimportant theoretical statements on poetry and the short storyand has had a worldwide influence on literature. Poe's parents were touring actors; both died before he was 3 years old, and he was taken into the home of John Allan, a prosperous merchant in Richmond, Va., and baptized Edgar Allan Poe. His childhood was uneventful, although he studied (1815-20) for 5 years in England. In 1826 he entered the University of Virginia but stayed for only a year. Although a good student, he ran up large gambling debts that Allan refused to pay. Allan prevented his return to the university and broke off Poe's engagement to Sarah Elmira Royster, his Richmond sweetheart. Lacking any means of support, Poe enlisted in the army. He had, however, already written and printed (at his own expense) his first book, Tamerlane and Other Poems (1827), verses written in the manner of Byron.

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Edgar Allan Poe Museum in Richmond, Virginia. Soon after Poe left West Point,a third volume appeared Poems by Edgar Allan Poe, Second Edition.
by James Southall Wilson dgar Allan Poe was born January 19, 1809 in Boston, where his mother had been employed as an actress. Elizabeth Arnold Poe died in Richmond on December 8, 1811, and Edgar was taken into the family of John Allan, a member of the firm of Ellis and Allan, tobacco-merchants. Poe's mother, Elizabeth Arnold Poe, died in Richmond on December 8, 1811. Moldavia, P oe's last home in Richmond located at Fifth and Main Streets. John Allan bought the house in 1825, and Edgar lived there before entering the University of Virginia in 1826. In Boston on May 26, 1827, Poe enlisted in The United States Army as a private using the name Edgar A. Perry. After two years of service, during which he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant-major, he secured, with Mr. Allan's aid, a discharge from the Army and went to Baltimore. He lived there with his aunt, Mrs. Maria Poe Clemm, on the small amounts of money sent by Mr. Allan until he received an appointment to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Meanwhile, Poe published a second book of poetry in 1829: Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane and Minor Poems. After another quarrel with Allan (who had married a second wife in 1830), Poe no longer received aid from his foster father. Poe then took the only method of release from the Academy, and got himself dismissed on March 6, 1831.

4. Edgar Allan Poe
Edgar Allan Poe first gained critical acclaim in France and England. Edgar AllanPoe was born in Boston, Massachusetts, to parents who were itinerant actors.
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B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) One the greatest and unhappiest of American poets, a master of the horror tale, and the patron saint of the detective story. Edgar Allan Poe first gained critical acclaim in France and England. His reputation in America was relatively slight until the French-influenced writers like Ambroce Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, and representatives of the Lovecraft school created interest in his work. "The boundaries which divide Life from Death are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where the one ends and where the other begins?" (from The Premature Burial Edgar Allan Poe was born in Boston, Massachusetts, to parents who were itinerant actors. His father David Poe Jr. died probably in 1810. Elizabeth Hopkins Poe died in 1811, leaving three children. Edgar was taken into the home of a Richmond merchant John Allan. The remaining children were cared for by others. Poe's brother William died young and sister Rosalie become later insane. At the age of five Poe could recite passages of English poetry. Later one of his teachers in Richmond said: "While the other boys wrote mere mechanical verses, Poe wrote genuine poetry; the boy was a born poet." Poe was brought up partly in England (1815-20), where he attended Manor School at Stoke Newington. Later it become the setting for his story 'William Wilson'. Never legally adopted, Poe took Allan's name for his middle name. Poe attended the University of Virginia (1826-27), but was expelled for not paying his gambling debts. This led to quarrel with Allan, who refused to pay the debts. Allan later disowned him. In 1826 Poe became engaged to Elmira Royster, but her parents broke off the engagement. During his stay at the university, Poe composed some tales, but little is known of his apprentice works. In 1827 Poe joined the U.S. Army as a common soldier under assumed name, Edgar A. Perry. He was sent to Sullivan's Island, South Carolina, which provided settings for 'The Gold Bug' (1843) and 'The Balloon Hoax' (1844).

5. Edgar Allan Poe - The Academy Of American Poets
Edgar Allan Poe The Academy of American Poets presents biographies, photographs,selected poems, and links as part of its online poetry exhibits.
poetry awards poetry month poetry exhibits poetry map ... about the academy Search Larger Type Find a Poet Find a Poem Listening Booth ... Add to a Notebook Edgar Allan Poe Edgar Allan Poe was born in Boston, Massachusetts, on January 19, 1809. Poe's father and mother, both professional actors, died before the poet was three and John and Frances Allan raised him as a foster child in Richmond, Virginia. John Allan, a prosperous tobacco exporter, sent Poe to the best boarding schools and later to the University of Virginia, where Poe excelled academically. After less than one year of school, however, he was forced to leave the University when Allan refused to pay his gambling debts. Poe returned briefly to Richmond, but his relationship with Allan deteriorated. In 1827, he moved to Boston and enlisted in the United States Army. His first collection of poems, Tamerlane, and Other Poems , was published that year. In 1829, he published a second collection entitled Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane, and Minor Poems . Neither volume received significant critical or public attention. Following his Army service, Poe was admitted to the United States Military Academy, but he was again forced to leave for lack of financial support. He then moved into the home of his aunt, Mrs. Maria Clemm and her daughter Virginia, in Baltimore, Maryland. Poe began to sell short stories to magazines at around this time, and, in 1835, he became the editor of the

6. Edgar Allan Poe - Kalliope
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Edgar Allan Poe, bibliography, class notes, information, links to textsand information. Edgar Allan Poe (18091849). American Literature
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  • Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore . The "Poe Webliography" calls this "Must-see browsing for all serious students of Poe." A great site with variant versions of the works. Poe Webliography: Essential for those looking at Poe on the web, this site by Rutgers professor Heyward Ehrlich includes annotated reviews of sites on Poe. Knowing Poe . This new, media-rich site designed primarily for high school students includes information on Poe's life and works, with video segments by actor John Astin as Poe. Edgar Allan Poe Museum . Focusing on Poe's years in Richmond, Virginia, this site includes a biographical sketch and the text of selected works. Professor Ann Woodlief of VCU has prepared a hypertext study version of "The Fall of the House of Usher." Poe Chronology The House of Usher Page. Fine general page, interesting and frequently updated. The Poe Perplex . This older site (no longer maintained) was created by students at the U.S. Naval Academy; it contains information on the poems and tales.
  • 8. Easylit Edgar Allan Poe
    Edgar Allan Poe's complete works, essays on his work, merchandise, and a short biography on Poe himself.

    Welcome to the Easylit Edgar Allan Poe page. This is a site completely devoted to Poe and to those of you who are seeking knowledge of him and his works. If you have any information to contribute please feel free to e-mail us . We would be happy to hear from you.

    9. Edgar Allan Poe
    Edgar Allan Poe. Edgar Allan Poe biography, picture, short stories. During his tenureat the Messenger, Edgar Allan Poe was an editor as well as a contributor.
    Edgar Allan Poe
    Edgar Allan Poe biography, picture, short stories
    Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) , the father of the modern mystery, was born in Boston on January 19, 1809. Edgar Allan Poe Murders in the Rue Morgue Edgar Allan Poe Books Mystery Time Line Welcome Time Line Cicero Edgar Allan Poe ... Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Greats Websites Agatha Christie Nancy Drew Alfred Hitchcock Charlie Chan ... Clue Chronicles He was educated in Virginia and England as a child. It was during his later years at West Point that he showed a remarkable propensity for writing prose. As early as the age of 15, he wrote these words in memory of a female acquaintance, "The requiem for the loveliest dead that ever died so young."
    Indeed, Edgar Allan Poe's first love was poetry, although he was unable to make a living at it early on, he was able to publish two small volumes during these early years. Only after becoming an assistant editor at the Southern Literary Messenger in Richmond, Virginia, in 1835 did Poe's literary talents start to blossom. It was at this time in his life that Poe fell in love with his 13-year-old cousin Virginia. Their marriage forced him to find a source of income. When the editor of the Messenger offered employment, Poe eagerly accepted. During his tenure at the Messenger, Edgar Allan Poe was an editor as well as a contributor. In early 1836, Poe was credited with "between 80 and 90 reviews, six poems, four essays and three stories, not to mention editorials and commentaries." (Edgar A. Poe: Mournful and Never-Ending Remembrance)

    10. Edgar Allan Poe
    Edgar Allan Poe (18091849). Silence actually has fifteen lines butseems to belong here. The dear name concealed within An Enigma
    Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849)
    Silence actually has fifteen lines but seems to belong here. The "dear name" concealed within An Enigma can be found by reading the first letter of the first line, the second letter of the second line, etc. to the end of the sonnetshe was a poet and friend of Poe's.
    To Science
    Science! True daughter of Old Time thou art!
    Who alterest all things with thy peering eyes.
    Why preyest thou thus upon the poet's heart,
    Vulture, whose wings are dull realities?
    How should he love thee? or how deem thee wise,
    Who wouldst not leave him in his wandering
    To seek for treasure in the jewelled skies,
    Albeit he soared with an undaunted wing?
    Hast thou not dragged Diana from her car?
    And driven the Hamadryad from the wood
    To seek a shelter in some happier star?
    Hast thou not torn the Naiad from her flood,
    The Elfin from the green grass, and from me
    The summer dream beneath the tamarind tree?
    An Enigma
    "Seldom we find," says Solomon Don Dunce,
    "Half an idea in the profoundest sonnet.
    Through all the flimsy things we see at once
    As easily as through a Naples bonnet
    Trash of all trash?how

    11. Edgar Allan Poe
    Edgar Allan Poe An Introduction. Recommended quotations. John Astin starsas Edgar Allan Poe in a play by Paul Day Clemens and Ron Magid.
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    Edgar Allan Poe: father of the detective story, the pre-eminent literary critic of his time, supreme artist of the short story, world-reknowned poet, and the undisputed master of the macabre.

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    12. Edgar Allan Poe - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Edgar Allan Poe. From Edgar Allan Poe (January 19, 1809 October 7, 1849)was a 19th century poet, novelist and short story writer. He
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Edgar Allan Poe January 19 October 7 ) was a 19th century poet novelist and short story writer. He also worked as a literary critic and editor but was more successful as an author. Table of contents showTocToggle("show","hide") 1 Biography
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    larger Poe was born in Boston Massachusetts , the son of Actress Eliza Poe and Actor David Poe Jr. . Both of Poe's parents died before he was 3 years old, and Poe was taken into the home of John Allan, a successful merchant in Richmond, Virginia , and baptized Edgar Allan Poe. After attending schools in England and Richmond, Virginia , Poe registered at the University of Virginia , but stayed for only one year. Poe enlisted in The United States Army as a private using the name Edgar A. Perry, on May 26, 1827. After serving for two years and attaining the rank of Sergeant-major, Poe was discharged. Poe received an appointment to the U.S. Military Academy

    13. Edgar Allan Poe Poetry And Biography
    A collection of poems by Poe.
    Edgar Allan Poe, critic, mystery and short story writer, but most importantly a poet, all these titles help to describe the multitalented genius that is Edgar Allan Poe. Edgar Allan Poe lived only 40 short years (1809-1849), yet his body of work is as rich a literary legacy as any published author. Poe was born into an acting family, both mother and father were actors, but their tragic death in 1812, left young Edgar to be raised by his Godfather John Allan, a wealthy merchant in Richmond Virginia. Poe was educated abroad and later at the University of Virginia. His relationship with his Godfather was not always an easy one; arguments over Edgar's gambling eventually led to a parting of ways and a tour of duty in the army for Poe due to financial necessity. There was a reconciliation with John Allan, only to have the relationship chill again once John Allan remarried. Tamerlane and other poems (1827) was Edgar Allen Poe's first published literary work, followed by two other works a few years later. These early works were not met with the critical acclaim that would later be bestowed upon him. He moved to Baltimore to live with his Aunt Clemm and her daughter Virginia. He secured a job as editor of the

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    15. Edgar Allan Poe
    Edgar Allan Poe. Through a circle that ever returneth in To Soul ofthe Plot. Edgar Allan Poe, Ligeia. From childhood s hour I
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    Through a circle that ever returneth in To the self-same spot, And much of Madness and more of Sin And Horror the Soul of the Plot. Edgar Allan Poe, Ligeia From childhood's hour I have not been As others were - I have not seen As others saw - I could not bring My passions from a common spring - Edgar Allan Poe, Alone I dwelt alone In a world of moan And my soul was a stagnant tide Edgar Allan Poe I became insane, with long intervals of horrible sanity. During these fits of absolute unconsciousness, I drank - God only knows how often or how much. As a matter of course, my enemies referred the insanity to the drink, rather than the drink to the insanity. Edgar Allan Poe, letter to an admirer I was enjoying the twofold luxury of meditation and a meerschaum, in company with my friend C Auguste Dupin ... For one hour at least we had maintained a profound silence ... Edgar Allan Poe, The Purloined Letter "That is another of your odd notions," said the Prefect, who had the fashion of calling everything 'odd' that was beyond his comprehension, and thus lived amid an absolute legion of 'oddities'. Edgar Allan Poe, The Purloined Letter

    16. The Literary Gothic   |   Edgar Allan Poe   
    Edgar Allan Poe page at The Literary Gothic, the web s premier guide to Gothicand supernaturalist literature written prior to 1950. Poe, Edgar Allan.
    Poe, Edgar Allan
    19 January 1809 - 7 October 1849
    Another post-Gothic writer who needs no introduction...
    ... or so I used to think, but every time I teach a Poe tale I hear students talk about what a drug-addled drunken psychopath he was. And since none of that is true, ol' Edgar does wrong thing to do; some scholars have speculated that Poe would deliberately (or at least "subconsciously deliberately") get drunk at high-stress moments in his life precisely in order to cause a plan or project to fail, such as the time he showed up drunk at the house of a woman with whom he was on the verge of marriage, conveniently ending the engagement. Not that Poe didn't want to marry her so much as he was unable to marry her, if what many scholars say about Poe and women is true.
    What do they say? Well, many trace his difficulties to his early abandonment by his parents, and his "pursuit" of various women was more a pursuit of the mother-imago (to get Jungian for a second) than of the woman herself, but when he came to the verge of marriage, well, not even Oedipus wanted to marry his mom. Thus it is that Poe ended up marrying his thirteen-year-old cousin, the aptly named Virginia (and this at a time when marrying one's cousin was a reasonably legitimate thing to do); she was already ill, thus conveniently rendering consummation of the marriage unlikely if not impossible. The Poe Society of Baltimore website has more on Poe's issues with drugs and alcohol
    Is that enough of an intro? No, it's really just an attempt to dispel a couple of the more common myths; Poe's contribution to the Gothic tradition, and to its evolution away from an "exterior," sensationalized terror-trip into a more psychological experience, is too substantial and too significant to be fully engaged here.

    17. E. A. Poe Society Of Baltimore
    The edgar allan poe Society of Baltimore. Grayscale picture of poe, with signature 46.5K interlaced GIF Information About poe The Works of edgar allan poe.
    The Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore
    Information About Poe:
    General Topics About Poe The Works of Edgar Allan Poe A Selection of Lectures and Articles on Poe Articles from Poe Studies / Dark Romanticism Subject Index (to pages at this site) Searching this site
    Information About Poe in Baltimore:
    Poe in Baltimore (with a chronology) The Baltimore Poe House and Museum The Poe Grave (Westminster Burying Ground) Church Hospital , the Site of Poe's Death The Sir Moses Ezekiel Statue of Poe
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    "Depend upon it, after all, Thomas, Literature is the most noble of professions. In fact, it is about the only one fit for a man. For my own part, there is no seducing me from the path." from a letter by Edgar Allan Poe to Frederick W. Thomas (February 14, 1849).
    Notes: Author.............: The Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore, Inc.
    Created...........: May 1, 1997

    18. E. A. Poe Society Of Baltimore
    The Works of edgar allan poe. Grayscale picture of poe, with signature 46.5K interlacedGIF poe s Works of Fiction .poe s poems ( Alone, The Raven, etc.)
    The Works of Edgar Allan Poe
    Poe's Works of Fiction:
    Poe's Poems ("Alone," "The Raven," etc.) Poe's Tales ("The Fall of The House of Usher," etc.)
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    Poe's Literary Criticism (Reviews and Notices) Poe's Eureka , "The Philosophy of Composition," etc.) Poe's Miscellanea ("Marginalia," "The Literati," etc.) Poe's Letters (including letters from and to Poe, with a checklist)
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    The Canon of Poe's Works (Poems, Tales, etc.) Poe's Works in Annuals, Magazines and Periodicals (first printings and recorded reprintings) Some Editions of Poe's Works
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    "Ye who read are still among the living, but I who write shall have long since gone my way into the region of shadows. For indeed strange things shall happen, and many secret things be known, and many centuries shall pass away, ere these memorials be seen of men. And, when seen, there will be some to disbelieve, and some to doubt, and yet a few who will find much to ponder upon in the characters here graven with a stylus of iron." from Edgar Allan Poe's "Shadow — a Parable" (1835).

    19. Qrisse's Edgar Allan Poe Pages
    This page contains an extensive biography, chat, message walls, comments on poe's work, links to poe sites, etc. Misc. edgar allan poe Goes 3D. edgar allan poe's Footprints. Michael Jackson does
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    You browser must support JavaScript for this menu to work. For a non JavaScript menu, try this page from the EAP Society of Baltimore. A, B, C Al Aaraaf Alone Angel of the Odd - An Extravaganza Annabel Lee Assignation, The Balloon-hoax, The Bells, The Berenice Black Cat, The Bon-Bon Bridal Ballad Business Man, The Cask of Amontillado, The City in the Sea, The Coliseum, The Colloquy of Monos and Una, The Conqueror Worm, The Conversation of Eiros and Charmion, The D, E, F

    20. Edgar Allan Poe Museum -- Richmond Virginia
    An online poe museum.

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