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Edgar Allen Poe

Explore the psychology of terror in some of Poe’s most-haunting tales. Interwoven through thesestories is the most tragic tale of all—that of author Edgar Allan Poe. Many of his tales resonatewith themes from his own life: abandonment, sickness, and fear. Leading us through Poe’s talesof terror are well-known horror writers and directors

Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) was an American author best known for his dark andominous short stories and poems.

Poe experienced tragedy in his life. He was born into poverty; his father was an alcoholic who left when Edgar was young; his mother died of tuberculosis; his foster mother and his wife died; he lived and died in poverty.

Ideas that come to mind regarding The Pit and the Pendulum, The Raven, and The Tell-TaleHeart may include horror stories, terror, fear, death, darkness, murder, obsession,insanity, sadness, loss, guilt, torture, and the unknown

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