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Edgar Allan Poe: Complete Poems (Library of…

Edgar Allan Poe: Complete Poems (Library of Classic Poets) (edition 2001)

by Edgar Allan Poe (Author)

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From the exquisite lyric 'To Helen,' to the immortal masterpieces 'Annabel Lee,' 'The Bells,' and 'The Raven,' The Complete Poetry of Edgar Allan Poedemonstrates the author's gift for the form.
Title:Edgar Allan Poe: Complete Poems (Library of Classic Poets)
Authors:Edgar Allan Poe (Author)
Info:Gramercy (2001), 128 pages
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Bone chilling and keep you up all night tales of the creepy

I would use this in English classes. I would want to show that not all form of loved poetry has to be all fluffy and lovely. You can show your dark side, embrace it and it can be cherished as well.
Students in this era are having to deal with a lot more then adults realize. If a teacher would offer a different venue for expression, one never knows what would save a life or spark a discussion of deeper topics. ( )
  HistoryMomma | Oct 15, 2017 |
Probably best when read drunk and listening to Lustmord. ( )
  Michael.Xolotl | Nov 11, 2015 |
I didn't read this version. ( )
  AshleyDioses | Aug 1, 2015 |
Poe, not only a noted author but also poet, is not only the author of The Raven - the quintessential American gothic poem, but also the author of numerous other poems worthy of recognition.

This book collects of Poe's poetry from "To Helen" and "Annabel Lee" to "Ulalume" and of course "The Raven". ( )
  xuebi | May 30, 2014 |
Some poems were extraordinary, but the majority of the poems were dull. ( )
  pathogenik | Mar 2, 2014 |
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Some editions of Edgar Allen Poe : Complete poems [New York: Gramercy Books, 1992] have the cover title Edgar Allen Poe : Selected Poems. They are the same work. 128 p.
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Edgar Allen Poe was born in 1809. Poe was a poet, author, and literary critic. He is one of the leading authors of the Romantic period. His tales of the macabre have delighted and scared readers. He is considered the founder of the detective/fiction genre and contributed to the popularity of science fiction. This collection contains Memoir, Poems of Later Life, Poems of Manhood, Scenes from Politian, Poems of Youth, Doubtful Poems, and Prose Poems. There are also three essays: The Poetic Principle, The Philosophy of Composition, and Old English Poetry.
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