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Edgar Allan Poe (1809 - 1849)
Poet and writer of tales, was born at Boston, where his parents, who were both actors, were temporarily living. He was left an orphan in early childhood in destitute circumstances, but was adopted by a Mr. Allan of Richmond, Virginia. By him and his wife he was treated with great indulgence, and in accompanied them to England, where they remained for five years, and where he received a good education, which was continued on their return to America, at the University of Virginia. He distinguished himself as a student, but got deeply into debt with gaming, which led to his being removed. In he published a small volume of poems containing Al Araaf and Tamerlane. About the same time he proposed to enter the army, and was placed at the Military Academy at West Point.
Some of the best loved stories and tales have been penned by this remarkable author. Exciting stories of the Supernatural provide exciting themes for his books. The following selection of his famous short stories will provide hours of reading pleasure. These famous Edgar Allen Poe Tales and Stories have been included along with some lesser known, but equally enjoyable tales. Tarr and Prof.
US short story author, editor, & poet
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