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Voiceover for Edgar Allan Poe's "The Tell-Tale Heart:

The Tell-Tale Heart By: Edgar Allan Poe

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Edgar Allan Poe: Buried Alive premiered in Baltimore on November 10, 2016. The film will air nationwide next fall on the PBS series American Masters.

Edgar Allan Poe: Buried Alive premieres in Baltimore

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Edgar Allan Poe’s the Raven: Watch an Award-Winning Short Film That Modernizes Poe’s Classic Tale. Via Open Culture

Edgar Allan Poe’s the Raven: Watch an Award-Winning Short Film That Modernizes Poe’s Classic Tale

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Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven" via Dan Piraro Bizarro Comics.
“This show is a blend of ‘Downton Abbey’ and ‘American Horror Story.’” That’s one way actor Keith Brooks describes “Edgar Allan Poe’s Mystery Theatre,” a

Public TV Series Explores The Enigma Of Edgar Allan Poe

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Edgar Allan Poe has been called the first truly modern author. He was the first American to live completely by what he earned through writing, according to The

Edgar Allan Poe’s Death Is Still His Greatest Unsolved Mystery

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"TRUE! — nervous — very, very dreadfully nervous I had been and am; but why will you say that I am mad?"
―from "The Tell-Tale Heart" (1843)
"But evil things, in robes of sorrow,
Assailed the monarch’s high estate;
(Ah, let us mourn!—for never morrow
Shall dawn upon him, desolate!)
And round about his home the glory
That blushed and bloomed
Is but a dim-remembered story
Of the old time entombed."
―from "The Haunted Palace" by Edgar Allan Poe
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Edgar Allen Poe's "Annabel Lee." As read by Dan Seaman. Annabel Lee by Lux Lächeln. Concept, Production, Editing, and Music by Bryan Matuskey. www.bryanmatus...

Edgar Allen Poe's Annabel Lee by Bryan Matuskey

Edgar Allen Poe's "Annabel Lee." As read by Dan Seaman. Annabel Lee by Lux Lächeln. Concept, Production, Editing, and Music by Bryan Matuskey. www.bryanmatus...

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With Halloween almost upon us, it’s time to revisit the spookiest stories ever written. You’ll find terrifying vampires and ghouls, monsters hiding behind respectable facades, a rotting wedding party and a madwoman in the attic. Read on if you dare…

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Discovering Literature: Romantics and Victorians

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When Charles Dickens & Edgar Allan Poe Met, and Dickens’ Pet Raven Inspired Poe’s Poem “The Raven”

When Charles Dickens & Edgar Allan Poe Met, and Dickens’ Pet Raven Inspired Poe’s Poem “The Raven”

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Edgar Allan Poe , never lacking for attention in the city where his remains have been at rest since 1849, will receive some more next weekend, and in a very Baltimore-centric manner.

Poe inspires work for solo viola, chorus, orchestra

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An immersive site-specific mash-up of the stories of Edgar Allan Poe and the game of “Clue,” Edward G. Pettit’s Mystery in the House of Usher: A Poe Tale, staged at the historic Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion, is the eleventh annual installment in the Victorian house museum’s series of you-solve-it murder...

Review: ‘Mystery in the House of Usher: A Poe Tale’ at Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion in Philadelphia

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Edgar Allan Poe’s “MS. Found in a Bottle” was published on this day in 1833.
Sometimes the cultural zeitgeist manifests itself in strange ways.

Edgar Allan Poe is uniting all your 2016 social phobias in one surprisingly durable meme

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An abridged version of "The Raven," featuring some JHU and Baltimore notables in honor of the anniversary of Edgar Allan Poe's death on October 7. Stay tuned for a full version later this month, and be sure to visit the new Poe exhibition at the Peabody Library: [ Library.jhu.edu Link ]

The Raven short version

An abridged version of "The Raven," featuring some JHU and Baltimore notables in honor of the anniversary of Edgar Allan Poe's death on October 7. Stay tuned...

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On October 3, 1849, Poe was found delirious in Baltimore, Maryland, "in great distress, and ... in need of immediate assistance."

The Mysterious Delirium and Death Of Edgar Allan Poe

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Hear Christopher Walken’s Wonderful Reading of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven”. Via Open Culture

Hear Christopher Walken’s Wonderful Reading of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven” (on the Anniversary of Poe’s Death)

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