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A Collection of Stories TERROR HAS A NAMEHis life was a nightmare as gruesome as any of his stories And his stories are dark masterpieces of gut wrenching horror.Have you ever thought about being buried alive, trapped beneath the ground, covered with wet dirt, clawing your coffin, screaming He did Have you ever thought about being tortured, tied, in the dark, with rats and agony on all sides, knowing your enemies can watch you shriek Have you ever thought the thing that most hates you is waiting inside the walls, under the floor Have you ever thought about death and madness taking human form and coming after you Have you ever thought about He did All this and and and Which is why the name of sheer, stark horror is EDGAR ALLAN POE New Read A Collection of Stories Author Edgar Allan Poe For Kindle ePUB or eBook – quickpaydayloansonlineuk.co.uk

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  1. A motley collection of short stories from Poe the complete collection horror, suspense, comedy, detective, general life observations, even science fiction At times the stories are too wordy, but Poe always ...

  2. This guy THIS guy.

  3. This collection was really hit or miss for me Many of Poe s most famous works are fun to read, but there was little here that changed my life I ve had many friends say they found Poe when they were in their angsty teens and that he was a breath of fresh air for the, so maybe I just came to explore him too late I can totally appreciate his influence on modern literature, but many of his stories were too simplistic In most cases, they were littlethan anecdotes.A few of them stood out to This collection was really hit or miss for me Many of Poe s most famous works are fun to read, but there was little here that changed my life I ve had many friends say they found Poe when they were in their angsty...

  4. I ve been curious about Mr Poe ever since having visited the historical town of Sullivan s Island, South Carolina It was there you could find all sorts of reverence and references to his works You could go to the dimly lit restaurant of Poe s Tavern and grab yourself an Annabelle Lee or Gold Bug for lunch Go to the restroom and read his stories papered on the wall, while an eerie old sounding voice recites his work over the radio Or mosey on down Raven Street.In any case, long story sho I ve been curious about Mr Poe ever since having visited the historical town of Sullivan s Island, South Carolina It was there you could find all sorts of reverence and references to his works You could go to the dimly lit restaurant of Poe s Tavern and grab yourself an Annabelle Lee or Gold Bug for lunch Go to the ...

  5. The purpose for writing this book was to entertain readers Since Edgar Allan Poe wrote during the Romanticism era he focused on the Gothic part This means that he would speak about the known and the unknowns of the world He also focused on the imagination of the Romantics For example he had a bird that talked, a heart beat only heard by one man, and a devil in disguise as an ordinary man His use of Romanticism helped en...

  6. After reading the entire book, it is clear why Edgar Allan Poe is still so widely read and respected today, even though all of his writing was done in the late 1800 s There are those stories everyone knows The Pit and The Pendulum, The Telltale Heart, Ms in a bottle his first published work , The Murders in the Rue Morgue, The Fall of the House of Usher, The Masque of the Red Death There are other, equally macabre as well, like The Oval Portrait, and Elenora, Berniece and Morella, that are pe After reading the entire book, it is clear why Edgar Allan Poe is still so widely read and respected today, even though all of his writing was done in the late 1800 s There are those stories everyone knows The Pit and The Pendulum, The Telltale Heart, Ms in a bottle his first published work , The Murders in the Rue Morgue, The Fall of the House of Usher, The Masque of the Red Death There are other, equally macabre as well, like The Oval Portr...

  7. I wanted to expand my knowledge of Poe somewhat, and this volume was useful for that I m not going to read the whole thing right now it s too long, and I have too many other things waiting , but I will talk a bit about the stories I did read.I think what surprised me the most was how reminiscent Poe s style in some of these was of Ambrose Bierce Bierce was born just six years before Poe died, so obviously it was Poe that was influential on Bierce, and not the other way round, but I read Bierc I wanted to expand my knowledge of Poe somewhat, and this volume was useful for that I m not going to read the whole thing right now it s too long, and I have too many other things waiting , but I will talk a bit about the stories I did read.I think what surprised me the most was how reminiscent Poe s style in some of these was of Ambrose Bierce Bierce was born just six years before Poe died, so obviously it was Poe that was influential on Bierce, and not the other way round, but I read Bierce before I read these stories The one that seemed the most clearly Bierce ian to me was Loss of Breath, which would stand as a Tall Tale of the Western variety if listed in a Bierce collection Since Poe ...

  8. Edgar Allan Poe is certainly an interesting character and I rather enjoying reading his macabre tales I read The Telltale Heart, which seemed to be much scarier when I was young I had also read The Murders in the Rue Morgue when I was young, but I had always thought the Rue Morgue was a morgue and didn t realize until now it was a place Then I read The Fall of the House of Usher, which I liked okay and finished with The Black Cat, which was absolutely horrid and very scary Gr...

  9. We re delving into the writings of Edgar Allan Poe for our October book club and I m glad for the chance to clear the dust from this book His writings are haunting and not thrillers and I love that We get to choose our own selections so I started with his poetry not in this edition For short stories I began with The Murders in the Rue Morgue and then had to follow with the other Dupin stories, The Murder of Marie Roget and The Purloined Letter Logic and mystery make a captivating rea We re delving into the writings of Edgar Allan Poe for our October book club and I m glad for the chance to clear the dust from this book His writings are haunting and not thrillers and I love that We get to choose our own selections so I started with his poetry not in this edition For short stories I began with The Murders in the Rue Morgue and then had to follow with the other Dupin stories, The Murder of Marie Roget and The Purloined Letter Logic and mystery make a captivating read I think the...

  10. short story collections can be very mixed bags and that is especially true in this case While there are some striking and chilling stories there are manywhich can only be described as dull and tedious wading through these diminished my enjoyment of the book as a whole Also many...