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CyborgScreams: I became insane, with long intervals of horrible sanity. (EDGAR ALLAN POE)

CitizenWonk: But Edgar Allan Poe was smarter than Trump and his lapdogs.

Wryca: Meet edgar, he’s named after Edgar Allan Poe, he’s fat, and that’s his only personality trait

lifesafeast: “Even with the utterly lost, to whom life and death are equally jests, there are matters of which no jest can be made.” ― Edgar Allan Poe, The Masque of the Red Death

science2_0: The Mystery Of Edgar Allan Poe's Death Gets Some New Insight

thephillyvoice: Edgar Allan Poe battled depression but it's unlikely that he killed himself

vionyangela: Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before -Edgar Allan Poe

EzraMillerQ: I always thought it would be really, really cool to play Edgar Allan Poe, because when I was a kid, he was one of the authors who really blew my mind open to all sorts of weird dark and twisted places. When I can grow a moustache, I want to play Edgar Allan Poe.

Skillingthemso1: Me after i rt that Edgar Allan Poe dude.

historylvrsclub: Charcoal portrait of Edgar Allan Poe as a child, with Mrs. Allan. See more pictures:

mental_floss: Give your coffee (or tea) a little literary flavor with mugs designed to fit the mood of the works of Edgar Allan Poe, Mark Twain, Roald Dahl, and more.

km_jetta: At this time PM Shinzo Abe and the Japanese government are in a situation like this novel. - Edgar Allan Poe (1942) The Masque of the Red Death, Graham's Magazine. -

VABVOX: I was about to quote Tennyson here, but maybe Edgar Allan Poe is better. This is lunacy--everyone knows that, right?

VendettiAudio: Publisher's Summary Award-winning narrator Mike Vendetti reads "The Bells" By Edgar Allan Poe. The poem progresses from "the jingling and the tinkling" of the bells in part one to the "moaning and the groaning" of the bells in part four.

HighBridgePubs: “But he grew old— This knight so bold— And o’er his heart a shadow— Fell as he found No spot of ground That looked like Eldorado . . .” — Edgar Allan Poe

CanYouPetTheDog: You can pet the dog in Dark Tales: Edgar Allan Poe's The Gold Bug

aestaeshit: "There is no exquisite beauty without some strangeness in the proportion." —Edgar Allan Poe

markovtwainbot: "The body, as well as the beating grew louder, louder!" - Edgar Allan Poe

kknucklepuck: I cannot believe there are people out there who write edgar allan poe imagines and fanfiction.

theanimalbot: Noah the wolf thinks about Edgar Allan Poe

LULUBUNGAKU: Hear the sledges with the bells- Silver bells! What a world of merriment their melody foretells! Edgar Allan Poe. "The Bells"

MsJones_Eng9: Scenes from our VR tour around the world to visit Settings of Cask of Amontillado and Edgar Allan Poe. The first video is *haunted* and the Ss LOVE it.

Kaylamimss: I had no idea that Edgar Allan Poe was so mf romantic!!

hauntedpalace13: I'm here to tell you that Edgar Allan Poe wrote about the connection between head trauma and sociopathic tendencies years before scientists created theories about frontal lobe injuries

NewsCreature: The Masque of the Red Death - Edgar Allan Poe

thelibrarywitch: My English teacher was a delightful woman who did things like reading Edgar Allan Poe's "The Tell-Tale Heart" with the lights dimmed and a cassette playing the sound of a beating heart quietly in the background.

HeroesToday: Writers Can Be Heroes -- Consider the Case of Edgar Allan Poe

gaynorduncan: Why Edgar Allan Poe probably did not kill himself.

ByTomFrank: Why Edgar Allan Poe probably did not kill himself

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