Edgar Allen Poe

The Role of Life and Death in the Work of Edgar Allen Poe

Perhaps no writer in American literature has as strong a reputation for writing in the macabre and horror tradition as Edgar Allen Poe. In addition to famous short stories such as “The Masque of the Red Death,” “The Gold Bug,” “The Tell-Tale Heart” and others, Poe wrote distinguished poetry and criticism as well as a […]

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Compare and Contrast John Donne and Edgar Allen Poe

“Annabel Lee” stands as one of the most famous “love” poems of the nineteenth century, although it’s stature is certainly matched by John Donne’s seventeenth century masterpiece “the Anniversary,” a poem which uses a number of similar poetic images and devices, but rests upon an entirely different form and theme. Each of the poems indicates […]

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