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The Essential Tales & Poems of Edgar Allan Poe #2020

The Essential Tales Poems of Edgar Allan Poe Revel in the sumptuous language of Edgar Allan Poe s best works The Essential Tales Poems of Edgar Allan Poe features key works spanning from to his death in from the famous Gothic America

  • Title: The Essential Tales & Poems of Edgar Allan Poe
  • Author: Edgar Allan Poe Daniel Stashower
  • ISBN: 9781631061530
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Essential Tales & Poems of Edgar Allan Poe By Edgar Allan Poe Daniel Stashower, Revel in the sumptuous language of Edgar Allan Poe s best works.The Essential Tales Poems of Edgar Allan Poe features key works, spanning from 1827 to his death in 1849, from the famous Gothic American writer, especially Poe s spine chilling short stories and melodious poems Included in this indispensable edition, with a new introduction by Daniel Stashower, are theRevel in the sumptuous language of Edgar Allan Poe s best works.The Essential Tales Poems of Edgar Allan Poe features key works, spanning from 1827 to his death in 1849, from the famous Gothic American writer, especially Poe s spine chilling short stories and melodious poems Included in this indispensable edition, with a new introduction by Daniel Stashower, are the short stories The Tell Tale Heart, The Pit and the Pendulum, and The Murders in the Rue Morgue, as well as classic poems such as The Raven, Annabel Lee, and The Bells.

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    1. The MavenOnce, in summer, weary, I wanted to discuss a theory,And so walked up to the classroom of my teacher, Lenore.I started gently wrapping, wondering if the she wasn t napping, And then I heard the tapping of her feet across the floor The tap, tap, tap of high heeled shoes across the floor And there stood my Lenore Oh, hello there, she said yawning as I said to her Good morning.I have something I d like to discuss with you, my dear Lenore Well sit down, she said and went back to her desk sh [...]

    2. Ok, so I guess I m taking a break from this I managed to read half of it, and I guess I ll resume it in a year or so, when the mood returns I can only say that I really liked what I ve read so far Poe is pretty fucked up in the head and I admire him for that.

    3. This has taken me years to finish I found Poe to be a little to intense to read for weeks at a time I started in in High School, forgot it for the first three years of College, and now I m done.One thing that I loved about Poe was the intensity and immersion he creates I ve never read a book or story before where I almost dreaded turning the page because I was afraid.However, last story of this book was what nearly stopped me from finishing The story was over 20 chapters long, and you would read [...]

    4. Why it has felt like many lustra have passed since I first hearkened of this collection of which occurrence I am most pleased and, through chronological excavation, I, your narrator, at this epoch of writing, have finally reached a conclusion And yet, for a while, I saw only a tinkering of adjectival madness but, luckily, a faithful thesaurus was at hand to do my bidding and now, at this current time, if only you could see the lustre of my eyes as I reminisce of reading those foregone pages oh t [...]

    5. I finally finished this collection of Edgar Allan Poe s Poems, Tales, and his one and only novel The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym Overall, I only found the poems worthwhile This book had about 15 of his poems, and I found that I enjoyed them than the tales and the novel at the end Poe s tales I can only describe as merely interesting There are some clever stories like the Murders in the Rue Morgue, The Fall of the House of Usher, The Tell Tale Heart, and Thou Art the Man, to name a few Howeve [...]

    6. Feb 14 2010 I just re read The Tell Tale Heart for the first time since high school I took American lit in 11th grade, which would have been 89 90, so it s been 20 years since I read this story It s one that s always stayed with me, although as a much mature reader now than at 16, I find the pacing too rapid I d like it better if it came to a slower boil, but I suppose that s a matter of taste But I do appreciate that what Poe did with the unreliable narrator and the use of psychology was groun [...]

    7. An essential collection would have to include the only novel Poe wrote, The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym Brutish read Have tried several times No good Not the fault of the collector and publisher.I have to rate the collection Enjoyed a large majority of the other stories, not only my usual favorietes, but particularly King Pest Because I so enjoyed some new favorite Poe stories and would not have found them otherwise, or unlikey, I will rate this collection 3 stars.

    8. I read the horror tales with which I was already familiar Berenice, Morella, Ligeia, The Fall of the House of Usher, The Masque of the Red Death, The Pit and the Pendulum, The Tell Tale Heart, The Premature Burial, and The Cask of Amontillado Berenice is definitely the best one, but overall a good creepy time.

    9. Its a slow read and you must have a dictionary by your side I ve read not quite half, and I have to say that Poe is one of my favorite authors.

    10. UPDATED 4 17 2015, 4 18 2015, 4 19 2015, 4 20 2015Anytime I have said 7th grade, it was really 8th gradeNALLY I HAVE DONE IT I HAVE FINISHED I KNOW I SPENT THREE FOUR MONTHS ON THIS THING, AND IT S NOT EVEN THE WHOLE COLLECTION I decided to write notes and give stars to each and every poem and story contained within this book Those will be typed up later It s later Literally minutes later.I started reading Edgar Allan Poe s poems in early January while reading A Series of Unfortunate Events That [...]

    11. It really is a pity the stories aren t rated individually, because the second half of the collection of stories was superb The first half seemed rather incomplete, like Poe got bored writing them and hastily concluded them As for the poems, I did not care for most of them My favorite poem from the collection, The Raven , seemed to be written in an entirely different way than the other poems Altogether, I highly recommend this work It contains a little bit of many things not only poetry and short [...]

    12. Por razones de la escuela, y flojera tambi n xD , no le todos los libros por la tanto solo podr dar una review de los cuentos que le Los asesinatos de la Rue Morgue2 estrellasEl escarabajo de oro3,5 estrellasEl entierro Prematuro4,5 estrellasEl pozo y el p ndulo3,5 estrellasLigeia5 estrellasBerenice3,5 estrellasPromedio 3,6Calificaci n final 4 estrellas

    13. Reading Poe is a decadent passion I have had for quiet some time Therefore, my rating would likely be skewed I believe he is a great thinker and could write to others that have not had a perfect life Thank you, Edgar Allen Poe for giving of yourself to make humanity feel as though they are not alone

    14. I know Poe s a great writer, yes, that s why I gave it 2 stars which says it was okay He s just not my type, really.

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