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...horror«morbid«depressing«weird«confusing«loss«death. One word can gives all these words a common factor. That word is Poe. On paper, "Poe" is just a word, it doesn't mean much. Or it can mean many things. I crater on Mercury. A common figure in the Zelda video game series.The Baltimore Ravens¶ mascot.A popular Tahitian dish. But, for writers, English students, followers of Dark Romanticism, and evenbasic scholars, the word "Poe" means so much more. "Poe" to the aforementioned people, is an icon, a person they aspire to be like, or just a very obscure person who is not and probably never will be fully understood. The word ³Poe´ to all those people refers to the famous poet, short story writer,critic, and author to a few books, known as E.A. Poe, or Edgar Allan Poe, whom most studied persons just know as Poe. For them, if someone mentioned the word Poe, they would immediately think of Edgar Allan Poe. As previously stated, Poe was a very obscure person whom many literary scholars still try to make head or tails of. The favorable reason to his macabre works is thought to be the result of having so many losses early in his life. Whatever the reason, whether it be because of inopportune deaths or just because he was sick in the head, Poe¶s works did a great deal for English literature and for scholars¶ minds. He is the most renowned writer of Dark Romanticism, namely gothic fiction. Edgar Allan Poe was born on January 19, 1809 to actors Elizabeth Arnold Hopkins and David Poe Jr. in Boston, Massachusetts. Infant Edgar had but a short time with his natural parents as they split up in 1810, due to Mr. Poe abandoning the family. A year after the abandonment, on January 8, 1811, Elizabeth Arnold Hopkins died from what is thought if
Though he excelled there academically. Poe¶s unofficial adoptive mother (Poe was never officially adopted by the Allans) Frances Allan. a wealthy merchant in Richmond. in England.Wikipedia).Wikipedia). After only serving two out of his enlisted five years in the United States Army. Poe enlisted in the United States Army in 1827 and it was here that he published his first book. Poe published his second book. Poe entered the University of Virginia. During his stay with his aunt. and her children (Polito).Shew2 pulmonary tuberculosis. on January 10. little Edgar was taken in by Frances and John Allan. Tamerlane and Minor Poems. Virginia. but it did not get much attention publically or critically (Quinn 129). Edgar¶s father. readers and critics had begun to think that they had greatly overlooked many of the established works and in fact. died and Poe made a visit to Richmond the day after her burial (Edgar Allan Poe . While serving in the Army. and young Edgar attended school in Chelsea (Edgar Allan Poe . Al Araaf. the makeshift family moved to England. A few days later. Maria Clemm. Tamerlane and Other Poems. Gothic fiction had begun to ascend into its most creative period (Gothic fiction). In 1826. in December 1829 (Quinn 156). David Poe was pronounced dead from an unknown cause (Edgar Allan Poe . However. In 1815. he was forced to leave the university after only a year due to unpaid gambling debts (Polito). Between 1816 and 1820. having lost much popularity as an established genre. After going through such tragedy. Gothic fiction was said to have died out by this time. being replaced by historical romance as popularized by Sir Walter Scott. It was here. Poe was discharged from his position and moved to Baltimore where he stayed with his aunt. where Edgar was introduced to Gothic fiction. This book also received little recognition (Quinn 165). 1811. Poe had switched from many schools in England and lived away from his foster family. .Wikipedia).
Also during this time. Poe and Virginia moved to a cottage in The Bronx. and ³The Raven´ (Polito). in 1842. 1847 (Edgar Allan Poe ± Wikipedia). New York (now known as ³Poe Cottage´) where Virginia died on January 30. He got himself court-martialed and dismissed in February of 1831 (Quinn 174). many of Poe¶s fellow cadets donated 75 cents to the cause (Quinn 176). whom he married in 1836 (Edgar Allan Poe). Virginia Clemm first showed signs of tuberculosis. It was during his time as assistant editor for the Messenger that Poe began to grow as a writer and over the next ten years he came to edit many literary journals such as Burton¶s Gentleman¶s Magazine and Graham¶s Magazine both of which were based in Philadelphia. even though he was getting a great deal of work. Poe began to drink heavily and fell into a state of depression (Polito). ³The Tale Tell Heart´. What is known. Under stress from Virginia¶s illness. to this day. Poe published some of his best known works such as ³The Fall of the House of Usher´. formerly known as consumption. Poe¶s wife.S. Poe was still financially insecure. This volume was dedicated to ³The U. is that Poe was . When the Broadway Journal fell through in 1846. Poe¶s death is. He brought with him his aunt and his 12-year old cousin Virginia Clemm. Corps of Cadets´ as a thank you for many cadets¶ help in funding the publication for the book. but he continued to write and his works were becoming recognized and praised which helped further his reputation (Edgar Allan Poe). Poe started his publishing career after he left the military and in 1835 he became the editor for the Southern Literary Messenger in Richmond. There are too many unknown facts to be a hundred percent positive as to exactly how Poe died. Poe also edited the Broadway Journal in New York (Polito). however. Through this time. still under conjecture. In February 1831. Poe released a third volume of poems which was simply entitled Poems.Shew3 Poe was enlisted into West Point in March of 1830 but did not stay even a year.
passion. Some of his works contain joy. but also because there is something in his writing for everyone. The fictitious C. is that Poe was found wearing clothes that were not his own and the few times Poe was conscious in the hospital. delirious and drunk. Poe is still read in today¶s classrooms not just because his writing is renowned. He was one of the first American authors of the 19th century to become more popular in Europe than in the United States (Edgar Allan Poe ± Wikipedia). ³God help my poor soul!´ Edgar Allan Poe¶s writings and works left a remarkable impact on both American and international literature. The phrase ³art for art¶s sake´ came from Poe¶s tenacity to critique the effect of style and structure of a literary work (Polito). ³Each is a root from which a whole literature has developed«. Poe is often credited for being the ³architect´ of the modern short story. Poe¶s works became figureheads in international literature when Charles Baudelaire translated Poe¶s stories into French. the reader is able to understand him or . He was taken to Washington College Hospital where he died at 5:00 October 7. and more specifically in the genres of horror and detective fiction (Polito). Poe¶s use of technique and control of words is able to appeal to his every reader. What is odd though. was the basis for literature¶s future detectives ± a quote from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. dreary and utterly confusing.Shew4 found on the streets of Baltimore on October 3 1949. Where was the detective story until Poe breathed the breath of life into it?´ (Edgar Allan Poe ± Wikipedia). which is why Poe is dutifully respected in France (Edgar Allan Poe ± Wikipedia). and hope (Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore). The reason Poe is still studied is that through his writing. Not all of his works are dark. Auguste Duplinfrom Poe¶s early detective fiction tales. Edgar Allan Poe¶s last words before he died were. he would yell out ³Reynolds!´ though the meaning to the name is unclear (Quinn 639640).
Shew5 herself more. . The reader is able to enter and be a part of Poe¶s stories and they are reinvented inside of us all.
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