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Social and Psychological Disorder in the Works of Edgar Allan Poe (2010)

by Claudia Johnson

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Contains eighteen articles in which the authors provide background on the life, youthful despair, and derangement of American author Edgar Allan Poe, discuss examples of social and psychological disorder in his works, and examine contemporary instances of death and abnormal psychology.

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Ever since Poe's short stories first began to appear in the 1830s readers have been intrigued by the nature of the man or the mind that produced them.
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Man doth not yield him to the angels nor unto death utterly save only through the weakness of his feeble will.
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