What is Poe?

  • (noun): United States writer and poet (1809-1849).
    Synonyms: Edgar Allen Poe

Some articles on poe, poes:

Arthur Frederick Ostrander
... to the scientist and inventor George Poe in the early 20th century ... He toured with Poe from mid-1907 through 1908 while still a child, demonstrating how an artificial respiration device functioned ... His assistance to Poe was instrumental in the successful development of the respiration device, as he performed the fine detail work and metal fabrication ...
Stalchild - Enemy Types - Poe
... Poes are ghost enemies, omens of concentrated hatred toward the world that freely roam graveyards and other haunted locales, as well as the overworld and dark places ... In Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask, defeated Poes can be captured in a bottle and traded for Rupees and other benefits ... in The Wind Waker and Four Swords Adventures that Poes are ruled by Jalhalla, a Poe embodied by a skull-like mask ...
La Chute De La Maison Usher (opera) - Composition
... fascinated by the stories of Edgar Allan Poe, familiar to French readers through the translations by Charles Baudelaire ... psychological ideas based on the stories of Poe, in particular, The Fall of the House of Usher." Nothing came of this plan but in the wake of the success of his only completed opera ... He worked on his first attempt at a Poe-inspired opera, the comedy Le diable dans le beffroi, for several years before finally abandoning it in 1911 or 1912 ...
Poe, Indiana - Geography
... Poe is located at 40°56′09″N 85°05′13″W / 40.93583°N 85.08694°W / 40.93583 -85.08694 ...
Some Words With A Mummy - Analysis - Satire of Egyptmania
... Poe is clearly poking fun at Egyptmania in this story ... examination in a party like atmosphere, this was commonly done at the time, a fact that Poe is ridiculing here ... It is another device that Poe uses to censure the reader ...

Famous quotes containing the word poe:

    Yes, Heaven is thine; but this
    Is a world of sweets and sours;
    Our flowers are merely—flowers,
    And the shadow of thy perfect bliss
    Is the sunshine of ours.
    —Edgar Allan Poe (1809–1849)

    Whist Partner: Great Caesar’s Ghost. A woman! In the Club.
    Phileas Fogg: My dear, I must ask you to leave these precincts at once. No woman has ever set foot in the Club.
    Aouda: Why not?
    Phileas Fogg: Because that could spell the end of the British Empire.
    —James Poe (1921–1980)

    The rudiment of verse may, possibly, be found in the spondee.
    —Edgar Allan Poe (1809–1849)