Poe: Everyman's Poetry: 15 (Everyman Poetry)

Poe: Everyman's Poetry: 15 (Everyman Poetry)

by RichardGray (Editor), EdgarAllanPoe (Author)


The marcabre and haunting elements of Poe's poetry have always intrigued. His poetry is a voyage into a world beyond normal consciousness, an exploration into a world beyond our waking life.



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Format: Paperback
Pages: 128
Edition: New edition
Publisher: Phoenix
Published: 19 Aug 1996

ISBN 10: 0460878042
ISBN 13: 9780460878043
Book Overview: * Introduction by a leading writer or scholar * Comprehensive notes on author and text * Life and times chronology

Author Bio
Born Boston, Mass, 1809, d.1849. Deserted by his father, and his mother died when he was two. Raised by John Allan, a merchant, and his wife Frances. Published his first work, Tamerlaine and Other Poems, in 1827; The Raven and Other Poems was a Great success in 1845. His many stories are collected in Tales of Mystery and Imagination. Died of drink in Baltimore.