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September 09 2012

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Naked is the Best Disguise, Samuel Rosenberg

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Edgar Allan Poe by Red Nose Studio
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August 29 2012

July 10 2012

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July 09 2012

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June 11 2012

June 09 2012

Alone, by Edgar Allan Poe, read by Basil Rathbone.
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The City in the Sea by Edgar Allan Poe, read by Basil Rathbone
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May 22 2012

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May 19 2012

Poe, “The Philosophy of Composition” 1846
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May 13 2012

“Berenice”, Edgar Allan Poe
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March 31 2012

Annabel Lee by Edgar Allan Poe, read by Basil Rathbone

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February 21 2012

“Annabel Lee” by Edgar Allan Poe [Manuscript, 2 p., ca. May 1849].

Clearly sensing that “Annabel Lee” would be his last poem, Poe took the unusual step, after finishing it in May 1849, of writing out several copies, of which this signed copy is one, and circulating them among his friends to ensure that the poem would not go unnoticed. Poe read the poem in lectures in Richmond and sold it, along with “The Bells,” to Sartain’s Union Magazine of Literature and Art for publication. However, it was first printed in the New-York Daily Tribune on October 9, 1849, only two days after the poet’s death, rushed into print by Rufus Griswold, who had received a copy for later inclusion in the tenth edition of The Poets and Poetry of America. Although at least four of Poe’s women friends claimed to have inspired “Annabel Lee,” the poet’s real motivation may be a reflection of his continued mourning for his wife, Virginia, who died two years earlier.

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February 18 2012

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February 13 2012

Depend upon it, after all, Thomas, Literature is the most noble of professions. In fact, it is about the only one fit for a man. For my own part, there is no seducing me from the path. I shall be a litterateur, at least, all my life;
Edgar Allan Poe, from a letter to F. W. Thomas dated February 14, 1849
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February 05 2012

Evening star by Edgar Allan Poe
Evening star by Edgar Allan Poe
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January 18 2012

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January 13 2012

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