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    Analysis “The Black Cat” by Edgar Allan Poe

    American author, Edgar Allan Poe is generally known for his poems and tales. In 1843, The Black Cat was published. The writer begins by telling his story from a jail cell; this brief story is predicated on dark romanticism with an unforeseen ending. The narrator of this story which is unmentionable is described as humane […] More

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    Analysis "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe

    The Raven reveals the uncertainty, worry, and loneliness of a person who’s concerned in unfortunate conditions. The poem is about someone who is badly affected by the death of the love of his life. The one that is talking is making an attempt to neglect about his pain through studying. The necessary themes of this […] More

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    Analysis of Alone by Edgar Allan Poe

    Edgar Allan Poe is a broadly known but commonly misunderstood creator. This is primarily as a outcome of his own personal tragedies that he suffered all through his youth. The poem, “Alone” is a glimpse into the troubled soul of the now famous Poe and the way he never looked at life the same as […] More

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    The Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allan Poe

    In all literature, and more specifically in essays or short stories there are a large number of literally elements used. The six most consistent ones are characters, plot, setting, symbols, point-of-view, and purpose. All of these together combine to create a vast number of novels, essays, and short stories that we all know today. Some […] More

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    Tell Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe

    The use of an unnamed first-person narrator in Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart” contributes to many purposes. Throughout this story, one may notice that the narrator is a little off, and seems to have a type of disorder. Right off the bat the narrator admits he is “dreadfully nervous” and has a disease. One […] More