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The Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe (Illustrated, Inline Footnotes) By Edgar Allan Poe
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The Novels. • Narrative Of A. Gordon Pym. (Inline Footnotes) • The Journal Of Julius Rodman. (Illustrated / Inline Footnotes) The Complete Tales. (Inline Footnotes) The Complete Poetry.... More > (Inline Footnotes) The Play. • Politian. The Non Fiction. • The Conchologist’s First Book. • A Chapter On Autography. • Marginalia. (Inline Footnotes) • Fifty Suggestions. (Inline Footnotes) • The Literati. (Inline Footnotes) The Letters Of Edgar Allan Poe 2 Vols. The Complete Essays. (Inline Footnotes) The Biographies. • Death Of Edgar A. Poe. By N. P. Willis. • Edgar A. Poe, A Psychopathic Study By Robertson, John W. (Illustrated / Inline Footnotes) • Edgar Allan Poe by Woodberry, George Edward. (Inline Footnotes) • Figures of Several Centuries by Arthur Symons. • Famous American Writers By Sherwin Cody. • The Home Life of Poe by Susan Archer Talley Weiss. (Inline Footnotes) • Life-Story of Edgar Allan Poe by Mary Newton Stanard. and other biographies< Less
Knowing Edgar Allan Poe, The Greatest Tales, Introduced by Ch. Baudelaire By Edgar Poe & Charles Baudelaire
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No man has told with greater magic the exceptions of human life and nature, the ardours of the curiosities of convalescence, the close of seasons charged with enervating splendours, sultry weather,... More > humid and misty, where the south wind softens and distends the nerves, like the chords of an instrument; where the eyes are filled with tears that come not from the heart; hallucination at first giving place to doubt, soon convinced and full of reasons as a book; absurdity installing itself in the intellect, and governing it with a crushing logic; hysteria usurping the place of will, a contradiction established between the nerves and the mind, and man out of all accord expressing grief by laughter. He analyses them where they are most fugitive; he poises the imponderable, and describes in that minute and scientific manner, whose effects are terrible, all that imaginary world which floats around the nervous man, and conducts him on to evil.< Less
The Works of Edgar Allan Poe: 5 Volumes of Poe's Works - Gordon Pym, The Black Cat, Raven, Philosophy of Furniture and Many Many More By Edgar Allan Poe
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Mr. Poe has two of the prime qualities of genius, a faculty of vigorous yet minute analysis, and a wonderful fecundity of imagination. The first of these faculties is as needful to the artist in... More > words, as a knowledge of anatomy is to the artist in colors or in stone. This enables him to conceive truly, to maintain a proper relation of parts, and to draw a correct outline, while the second groups, fills up and colors. Both of these Mr. Poe has displayed with singular distinctness in his prose works, the last predominating in his earlier tales, and the first in his later ones. In judging of the merit of an author, and assigning him his niche among our household gods, we have a right to regard him from our own point of view, and to measure him by our own standard. But, in estimating the amount of power displayed in his works, we must be governed by his own design, and placing them by the side of his own ideal, find how much is wanting. We differ from Mr. Poe in his opinions of the objects of art...< Less
Poe Meets Shaw: The Shaw Alphabet Edition of Edgar Allan Poe By Tim Browne
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As everyone reading this is undoubtedly aware, English is a highly non-phonetic language. Anywhere between 40-60% of all words in English are not spelled phonetically, including... More > “phonetic” itself. So determined was he to change this, George Bernard Shaw would not give up even in death. Instead, he proposed a contest in his will to make a 100% phonetic alphabet for the English language. The contest was held, the alphabet was created, and his play Androcles and the Lion was converted to the new alphabet. Instead of catching on and spreading like wildfire, it sadly died a quiet death... until now. In this work you’ll find many examples of Poe’s genius. Most people know him only as the father of modern horror, not realising that he also wrote love poetry, science fiction, science fact, plays, reviews, philosophical treatises, and even a documentary on how he wrote The Raven. Now, for the first time ever, you can enjoy Edgar Allan Poe as you’ve never seen him before... in 100% phonetic English.< Less
Poe Meets Shaw: The Condensed Shaw Alphabet Edition of Edgar Allan Poe By Tim Browne
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As you’re undoubtedly aware, English is a highly non-phonetic language. So determined was he to change this, George Bernard Shaw would not give up even in death. Instead he proposed a contest... More > in his will to make a 100% phonetic English alphabet. The contest was held, the alphabet was created and his play Androcles and the Lion was converted to the new alphabet. Instead of spreading far and wide, it sadly died a quiet death... until now. In this work you’ll find many examples of Poe’s genius. Most know him only as the father of modern horror, not knowing that he also wrote love poetry, science fiction, science fact, plays, book reviews and a documentary on how he wrote The Raven. Now, for the first time ever, you can enjoy Edgar Allan Poe as you’ve never seen him before... in 100% phonetic English. NOTE: This special condensed edition is primarily intended for people who are already experienced with the Shaw Alphabet and are fully aware of its advantages over our current spelling system.< Less
Poe Meets Shaw: The Shaw Alphabet Edition of Edgar Allan Poe By Tim Browne
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As everyone reading this is undoubtedly aware, English is a highly non-phonetic language. Anywhere between 40-60% of all words in English are not spelled phonetically, including... More > “phonetic” itself. So determined was he to change this, George Bernard Shaw would not give up even in death. Instead, he proposed a contest in his will to make a 100% phonetic alphabet for the English language. The contest was held, the alphabet was created, and his play Androcles and the Lion was converted to the new alphabet. Instead of catching on and spreading like wildfire, it sadly died a quiet death... until now. In this work you’ll find many examples of Poe’s genius. Most people know him only as the father of modern horror, not realising that he also wrote love poetry, science fiction, science fact, plays, reviews, philosophical treatises, and even a documentary on how he wrote The Raven. Now, for the first time ever, you can enjoy Edgar Allan Poe as you’ve never seen him before... in 100% phonetic English.< Less
Poe Meets Shaw: The Condensed Shaw Alphabet Edition of Edgar Allan Poe By Tim Browne
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As you’re undoubtedly aware, English is a highly non-phonetic language. So determined was he to change this, George Bernard Shaw would not give up even in death. Instead he proposed a contest... More > in his will to make a 100% phonetic English alphabet. The contest was held, the alphabet was created and his play Androcles and the Lion was converted to the new alphabet. Instead of spreading far and wide, it sadly died a quiet death... until now. In this work you’ll find many examples of Poe’s genius. Most know him only as the father of modern horror, not knowing that he also wrote love poetry, science fiction, science fact, plays, book reviews and a documentary on how he wrote The Raven. Now, for the first time ever, you can enjoy Edgar Allan Poe as you’ve never seen him before... in 100% phonetic English. NOTE: This special condensed edition is primarily intended for people who are already experienced with the Shaw Alphabet and are fully aware of its advantages over our current spelling system.< Less
Edgar Allan Poe's: The Cask of Amontillado By India M. Van Camp
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This is a short play adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe's famous short story of the same title. A band of gypsies narrate and set the scene. Speaking in rhyme they act as puppeteers and speak directly to... More > the audience. The story follows a man seeking revenge on an unsuspecting victim. They travel deep below the rivers bed in search of a barrel, or cask, of Amontillado. The play is approximately 12 minutes.< Less
The Obscure Works of Edgar Allan Poe By Jenny Knodell et al.
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To most people, Edgar Allan Poe is known for writing classic stories such as "The Raven," "Masque of the Red Death," and "The Tell-Tale Heart." These masterpieces of the... More > macabre have gone down in history as some of the most prolific and disturbing works ever conceived and have subsequently pigeon-holed Poe as an author of depression and horror. Beyond these popular works exists a whole collection of diverse stories ranging from adventure stories of pirates and treasure to gripping romances. This book brings these lesser known works to you.< Less
The Obscure Works of Edgar Allan Poe By Jenny Knodell et al.
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To most people, Edgar Allan Poe is known for writing classic stories such as "The Raven," "Masque of the Red Death," and "The Tell-Tale Heart." These masterpieces of the... More > macabre have gone down in history as some of the most prolific and disturbing works ever conceived and have subsequently pigeon-holed Poe as an author of depression and horror. Beyond these popular works exists a whole collection of diverse stories ranging from adventure stories of pirates and treasure to gripping romances. This book brings these lesser known works to you.< Less

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