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Edgar Allan Poe: The Complete Tales of Mystery and Imagination. The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym. The Raven and Other Poems

Edgar Allan Poe The Complete Tales of Mystery and Imagination The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym The Raven and Other Poems Librarian s Note this is an alternate cover edition ISBN This edition first published in the United States of America in by Octopus Books LImited This edition reprinted Copyrigh

  • Title: Edgar Allan Poe: The Complete Tales of Mystery and Imagination. The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym. The Raven and Other Poems
  • Author: Edgar Allan Poe
  • ISBN: 9780706415520
  • Page: 449
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Librarian s Note this is an alternate cover edition ISBN 10 0706415523This edition first published in the United States of America in 1984 by Octopus Books LImited.This edition reprinted 1985.Copyright c 1981 Introduction, arrangement and illustrations Octopus Books Limited.

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    1. Ann on said:

      Finally, after owning this book for 28 years, I worked my way through all of Poe's works -- and love him more now than ever before. I now recognize his brilliance in a different way. Yes, there are the wicked, macabre tales that are classic Poe. But, he also was a maestro of sci-fi, mystery, adventure and romance. And talk about humor -- The Spectacles is now one of my favorites!

    2. Joy on said:

      Henry James said, "An enthusiasm for Poe is the mark of a decidedly primitive stage of reflection." I think it is the primitive nature of Poe's writing that captures readers. He reaches 'back to the basics' if you will. He realizes that the mind and the body are connected and man can never escape the animal instinct so many authors are trying to hide. Poe's willingness to enter into the realm of the grotesque and the way in which he presents his characters make his works creepy, even though mode [...]

    3. Thomas on said:

      Excellent companion piece for all Poe aficionados: The Fall of the House Usher 5/5 The Tell-Tale Heart 5/5The Cask of Amontillado 5/5The Masque of the Red Death 5/5The Raven 5/5Ulalume 5/5Annabel Lee 4/5The Black Cat 4/5Morella 4/5 The Pit and the Pendulum 4/5The Imp of The Perverse 4/5William Wilson 4/5The Premature Burial 3/5Murders in the Rue Morgue 3/5The Oblong Box 3/5Berenice 3/5The Oval Portrait 3/5

    4. Mandy on said:

      Read: The Raven and Other Poems - 4 stars, Annabel Lee definitely my favourite. 6 March 2009.

    5. Erin on said:

      This was so much fun to read! I recommend this to anyone who's a Poe fan.

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