Edgar Allan Poe by: mychiah claiborne

He was a popular writer and successful editor.

His manners was gracious

He was a good life person at writing poems.

He was always too desprete for money to be tactful in his solitions of being the sole support of a belive.

Poe's great tales turn on guilt conealed or denied, then abruphy and shockingly exposed.

3 important works- The Tell-Tale- Heart, The Raven, The Fall of the House of usher.

A Tell-Tale-Heart: A Short Story
The Raven
The Fall of the House of usher.

Quote-All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream.

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