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10 Gothic Short Stories You Can Read Online Right Now

by Alison Nastasi
Today marks the birthday of literature’s dark romantic and master of the macabre, Edgar Allan Poe. The mad, mustachioed author initiated the modern detective story, helped define early science fict...
  • Josiah Phillips

    Any Edgar Allan Poe book

  • Beth Theia

    Words have no power to impress the mind without the exquisite horror of their reality ~ Edgar Allan Poe

  • Megan Huffman

    This is a photo of Edgar Allan Poe and entails a quote of him as well. In my opinion it represents both the qualities of his looks to his brilliant mind. It is significant to me because he is my favorite poet and being a poet myself I tend to find myself relating to not only his personal history but his poetry as well. The greater world should look into the brilliant minds similar to that of Poes in order to spark something great of their own. For we are all capable of great things.

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