Edgar Allan

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An Evening Of Edgar Allan Poe
... An Evening of Edgar Allan Poe (1970) is a 52-minute film which features Vincent Price, in front of a live audience, reciting four of Edgar Allan Poe's stories ...
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Edgar Allan Poe Museum
... Edgar Allan Poe Museum or Edgar Allan Poe House could refer to several places related to author Edgar Allan Poe Edgar Allan Poe Museum (Richmond), in ...
Subterranean Fiction - Literature
... Edgar Allan Poe used the idea in his 1838 novel The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket ... The concept was mentioned in Wardon Allan Curtis's 1899 short story "The Monster of Lake LaMetrie." An underground Nome Kingdom is featured in several of the Oz books by L ... Edgar Rice Burroughs wrote adventure stories (beginning with At the Earth's Core in 1914) set in the inner world of Pellucidar including at one point a visit from his character Tarzan ...
James William Carling
... The poem's author, Edgar Allan Poe, Carling felt, was the "greatest poet this world has ever seen" ... The Edgar Allan Poe Museum in Richmond, Virginia displays 43 of his illustrations of "The Raven" in what is known as "The Raven Room" ... Magazine for illustrations for a special gift edition of The Raven a poem by Edgar Allan Poe ...

Famous quotes by edgar allan:

    Far in the forest, dim and old,
    For her may some tall vault unfold—
    Edgar Allan Poe (1809–1849)

    Some sepulcher, remote, alone,
    Against whose portal she hath thrown,
    In childhood, many an idle stone—
    Some tomb from out whose sounding door
    She ne’er shall force an echo more,
    Thrilling to think, poor child of sin!
    It was the dead who groaned within.
    Edgar Allan Poe (1809–1849)

    It glows with the light
    Of the love of my Annie—
    With the thought of the light
    Of the eyes of my Annie.
    Edgar Allan Poe (1809–1849)

    For the bright side of the painting I had a limited sympathy. My visions were of shipwreck and famine; of death or captivity among barbarian hordes; of a lifetime dragged out in sorrow and tears, upon some gray and desolate rock, in an ocean unapproachable and unknown.
    Edgar Allan Poe (1809–1849)

    To be thoroughly conversant with a Man’s heart, is to take our final lesson in the iron-clasped volume of despair.
    Edgar Allan Poe (1809–1845)