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Analyzing 'A Valentine' by Edgar Allan Poe

himself to be a poet at heart (An Analysis of A Valentine, 2002). Although he wrote all kinds of literature, poetry was his favor...

Analysis of Edgar Allan Poe's Works

In seven pages Poe's works are analyzed within the context of his short stories 'The Tell Tale Heart' and 'The Fall of the House o...

The Cask of Amontillado

he is anything but a gentleman or stoic. Through this first person narrative the reader is really made to feel as though the nar...

Edgar Allan Poe's Short Story Themes

In seven pages this paper examines knowledge, time, and truth in this thematic analysis of Edgar Allan Poe's stories 'The Balloon ...

'The Raven' by Edgar Allan Poe

In five pages 'The Raven' is subjected to a poetic explication and a thesis that Poe's life is reflected in this haunting poem. T...

'The Cask of Amontillado' and 'The Tell Tale Heart' by Edgar Allan Poe

like Poe: "TRUE! nervous, very, very dreadfully nervous I had been and am; but why WILL you say that I am mad?" (Poe NA). The narr...

Edgar Allan Poe's Poetry

Other Poems, and the poem Dreams, which was referenced above, is contained in this book (Misery is Manifold). His second book of ...

The Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allan Poe and Revenge

that "The Cask of Amontillado" centers more around the theme of revenge than do any of Poes gruesome works. "The Cask of Amontill...

Writings of Edgar Allan Poe

have his works lived on, his style and teachings have as well. When he wrote Murders in the Rue Morgue, it was probably the first ...

'The Cask of Amontillado' by Edgar Allan Poe and Revenge

an ever-present element in "The Cask of Amontillado", Poe manages to keep it just below the surface of the plot until that final ...

'The Tell Tale Heart ' by Edgar Allan Poe

very fast and uncontrolled manner - all signs of the narrators questionable mental state. The narrators obsession with th...

American Contributions of Edgar Allan Poe

"These sketches will . . . will include every person of literary note in America; and will investigate carefully, and with rigorou...

Relating the Life of Edgar Allan Poe to His Writings

increasing his sense of dysfunction. He would often turned to it in times of stress and depression and Poe would likely feel his i...

Edgar Allan Poe's Works and the Themes of Evil, Insanity, and Guilt

been and am; but why WILL you say that I am mad?" (Poe [3]). In this the reader is immediately told that the narrator is mad becau...

Analysis of Edgar Allan Poe's Works

indicates, be associated "with the sentimental writers of his time and earlier." When a reader stops to consider how much death is...

Edgar Allen Poe and Emily Dickinson

that both of these individuals were perhaps depressed, at least a few times in their lives, and thus their work examined the darke...

The Influence of Edgar Allen Poe

"In the nineteenth century, Poe influenced Ambrose Bierce and Robert Louis Stevenson, among others. Twentieth-century writers who ...

The Raven

often in possession of the same last word. For example, the fourth stanza ends with "This it is, and nothing more" and then the fi...

Edgar Allan Poe's Writing Style Revealed in His Short Stories and Poetry

shows his endeavor in following a specific element of style that was all his own. Mood: for example in "The Fall of...

Psychoanalyzing the Poems of Edgar Allan Poe

modern Gothic writing lies with his ability to create a variety of forms of symbolist terror, using new structures and creating ne...

Theme of Revenge in 'The Cask of Amontillado' by Edgar Allan Poe

In five pages this paper examines how Poe employs the theme of revenge and how it underscored the desires of the author for reveng...

His Work Plus His Life Equal Edgar Allan Poe

In five pages the ways in which Poe's internal struggles and private thoughts are revealed in his writings are examined. Six sour...

Femininity in 'My Visitation' by Rose Terry Cooke and 'Ligeia' by Edgar Allan Poe

In five pages these short stories are compared and contrasted in terms of how femininity is thematically portrayed in each. There...

'Murder in the Rue Morgue' by Edgar Allan Poe and Satirical Humor

In five pages this paper examines how Poe employed satirical humor regarding art and science in this famous short story. Five sou...

Emotion in 'The Cask of Amontillado' by Edgar Allan Poe

In six pages the emotional undercurrent that pervades this horrific short story by Edgar Allan Poe is examined. Three sources are...

Psychological Stories of Edgar Allan Poe and Henry James

In five pages this essay discusses the supernatural and psychological narratives that are featured in Poe's short story 'The Black...

'The Fall of the House of Usher' by Edgar Allan Poe, Dualism and Literary Parallels

In five pages this paper examines how sense, characters, and event are connected by Edgar Allan Poe through dualism and literary p...

Poe’s The Tell-Tale Heart

by the narrator was a man that the narrator actually claims to have loved, but yet the narrator is bothered by their eye, an eye t...

The Fall of the House of Usher by Poe

for him, lift his spirits, and perhaps bring him a bit of distraction and joy as he descends. This narrator is very powerful and...

Differing View of Democracy

that country is assuredly America" (de Tocqueville). de Tocqueville discusses universal suffrage, which he says "had been adopted...