Edgar Allan Poe
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Hear Bill Oberst, Jr., Read Edgar Allan Poe's Classic The Raven

Hear Bill Oberst, Jr., Read Edgar Allan Poe's Classic The Raven

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Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site is celebrating Women's History Month

Tour examines how the women in Edgar Allan Poe's life influenced his writing

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Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site is celebrating Women's History Month

Tour examines how the women in Edgar Allan Poe's life influenced his writing

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Legendary filmmaker Akira Kurosawa passed away back in 1998, the very same year that he was gearing up to begin production on an adaptation of Edgar Allan

Akira Kurosawa's Unfilmed Poe Adaptation 'The Mask of the Black Death' is Actually Happening

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"to one in paradise" by The Ruins

thou wast that all to me, love
for which my soul did pine
a green isle in the sea, love
a fountain and a shrine

all wreathed with fairy fruits and flowers
and all the flowers were mine
they were mine

ah, dream too bright to last
starry hope that didst arise
but to be overcast
a voice from out the future cries

on, on - but over the past I lie...
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to one in paradise, by the ruins

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Check out this video of composer Kerry Turner's "Ballad of Annabel Lee" with baritone David John Pike and to the Virtuoso Horn Duoand Olivier Hébert-Bouchard, pianiste

The Ballad of Annabel Lee

The Ballad of Annabel Lee music by Kerry Turner poetry by Edgar Allan Poe David John Pike, baritone Virtuoso Horn Duo (Kerry Turner, Kristina Mascher-Turner)...

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It’s been nearly two decades since the passing of Akira Kurosawa and since then we’ve seen a few posthumous works based on his unfilmed scripts, including 1998’s After the Rain an…

Unfilmed Akira Kurosawa Script ‘The Mask of the Black Death’ Will Be Produced in China

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How would the director of The Seven Samurai pull off a feature film based on an Edgar Allan Poe short story? That's the kind of hypothetical shared in film student fantasies, but it appears we may be on track to see a result of sorts. Akira Kurosawa may no longer be with us, but his script for The M...

Akira Kurosawa’s Unmade Edgar Allan Poe Adaptation Will Finally Be Filmed

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Sometimes it can feel like our world is falling apart around us. The problems in our lives seem to much and our relationships feel like they are coming to an end. Find out what happens to one who's life reaches a terrifying end in the last part of this classic American story.

'The Fall of the House of Usher,' by Edgar Allan Poe, Part Three

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Losing a loved one is very painful. This can be especially true is you have a small family. Find out the death of his sister may be more than just painful, but even deadly for one man in the second part of this classic American story, 'The Fall of the House of Usher,' by Edgar Allan Poe.

'The Fall of the House of Usher,' by Edgar Allan Poe, Part Two

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And the idea for the most haunting poem, 'The Raven' was born. Know more about Dickens' early struggles and what happened when he met Poe.

When Edgar Allan Poe was inspired by Charles Dickens' pet raven

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On this day in 1845, Edgar Allan Poe’s gothic masterpiece “The Raven” was published by the New York Evening Mirror, which helped catapult the macabre writer to fame. The magazine’s editor said the …

Delightfully Macabre, Vintage Edgar Allan Poe Book Covers

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Today is the 172nd anniversary of the publication of "The Raven"!
"The Raven" was first published 172 years ago on this day in 1845.
A rare photo of the horror writer and Baltimore icon Edgar Allan Poe will be auctioned in New York on — when else? — Valentine's Day.

Rare photo of Edgar Allan Poe goes up for auction at New York gallery

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Sixth-plate tintype of Edgar Allan Poe, which was taken a few weeks before Poe's death, after a daguerreotype by William A. Pratt.
"This is a true story about fabrications that improbably became common knowledge. The protagonist is a poet whose name you’ll recognize, but whose life is still widely mischaracterized. It would have been his birthday today, Jan. 19. The story’s villain is a poet whose name you won’t recognize, but is arguably the sole reason you believe the false information."
-- The Huffington Post

A Vengeful Arch-Nemesis Taught You Fake News About Edgar Allan Poe

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"I became insane, with long intervals of horrible sanity."
--Edgar Allan Poe, born #OTD in 1809

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