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ISBN:0390193232
Author: Harry Hayden Clark
ISBN13: 978-0390193230
Title: American literature: Poe through Garland (Goldentree bibliographies in language and literature)
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Language: English
Publisher: Appleton-Century-Crofts (1971)
Pages: 148

American literature: Poe through Garland (Goldentree bibliographies in language and literature) by Harry Hayden Clark



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Published June 1978 by A H M Publications.

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Individual entries are provided on the "Astrolabe," on each of the major poems and short poems, and on the lost and apocryphal works. An index of scholars represented is provided.

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Poe had a pretty bitter doom. Doomed to seethe down his soul in a great continuous convulsion of disintegration, and doomed to register the process. Poe was going to get the ecstasy and the heightening, cost what it might. He went on in a frenzy, as characteristic American women nowadays go on in a frenzy, after the very same thing: the heightening, the flow, the ecstasy. Poe tried alcohol, and any drug he could lay his hand on. He also tried any human being he could lay his hands on. His grand attempt and achievement was with his wife; his cousin, a girl with a singing voice.

The Bible and American Literature. Born to a gifted actress and a less talented actor, Edgar Allan Poe (b. 1809–d. 1849) was orphaned in 1811 and taken in by the Allans of Richmond. Over time, tensions with John Allan grew, culminating with young Poe’s withdrawal from the University of Virginia in 1826 for incurring gambling debts and leading to his 1827 voyage to Boston. Poe published Tamerlane and Other Poems (1827), then joined the army, eventually serving as a cadet at West Point, and, after deliberately causing his own court-martial, lived in Baltimore with his aunt Maria Clemm, his cousin Virginia, and his brother, Henry.

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Poe’s influence on literature. Edgar Allan Poe’s literary career began with poetry, where he influenced many writers. His extraordinary manipulation of rhythm and sound is particularly evident in The Bells (1849): I.