Edgar Allan Poe's eerie stories and poems continue to captivate readers to this day. He not only wrote such gothic classics as ""The Raven,"" ""The Tell-Tale Heart,"" and ""The Fall of the House of Usher,"" he also lived a haunted life worthy of one of his tales. This volume from the new ""Bloom's Classic Critical Views"" series features fascinating critical essays from the 19th and early 20th centuries that offer a well-rounded historical look at Poe and his timeless works.
Edgar Allan Poe
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