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Edgar Allan Poe

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  • The genre absolutely had to be invented by a man, namely Edgar Allan Poe, in his opinion.

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  • Once, in a scene that recalls Edgar Allan Poe's "The Fall of the House of Usher", the cemetery finally becomes sinister, casting a gothic glow on those complicit in a horrific act.

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  • A grave, calculating proprietor, known as Edgar Allan Poe, ran the quiet joint, and he required guests to obey a laundry list of rules.

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  • "Time Out of Mind," with a somewhat muted atmosphere and a last line that recalls Edgar Allan Poe -- "the door has closed forevermore / if there ever was a door."

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  • As a means of giving more distinction to the three principal prizes, the first, for the best short story, was designated the "Edgar Allan Poe"; the second for the best essay, the "Woodrow Wilson"; and the third, for the best poem, the "John R. Thompson."

    History of the University of Virginia, 1819-1919

  • Dr. Mackowiak founded the annual CPC in 1995, and the program has since examined the lives and deaths of famous figures such as Edgar Allan Poe and Abraham Lincoln.

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  • Captain Kidd was worked into literary mythology by writers such as Edgar Allan Poe and Washington Irving.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • "'Edgar Allan Poe' is tense and dramatic, and taps into classroom fear.

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  • For Ray Bradbury, who contributes a foreword, it was the conjunction of Halloween and reading Edgar Allan Poe that sparked his "love of real books."

    The Life Well-Read

  • This was noted by Edgar Allan Poe, writing in the Southern Literary Messenger in 1835, when he hailed the novel, then translated into English, as "a work which promises to be the commencement of a new style in novel-writing."

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