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|Named Person:||Edgar Allan Poe; Edgar Allan Poe|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Harry Lee Poe
|Description:||xvii, 222 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||The problem of Edgar Allan Poe --
The problem of suffering --
The problem of beauty --
The problem of love --
The problem of justice --
The problem of the universe --
Ex Poe's facto.
|Other Titles:||Edgar Allan Poe and the mystery of the universe|
|Responsibility:||Harry Lee Poe.|
The popular Poe - "The Raven", "Tell-Tale Heart", and "The Black Cat" - has inspired a generation of readers long disenchanted with the normative tradition of American literature. This title contends that the great myth of Edgar Allan Poe has damaged the popular reader's understanding of Poe's corpus and the historian's depiction of Poe's life.
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