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The Tell-Tale Heart & Other Writings by Edgar Allan Poe
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Jun 27, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: classics

Edgar Allan Poe is a unique and prolific writer. he delves into his writings in a way that it reflects his emotion and understanding of life. we all know he lived a very sorrowful life from start to end and by choosing a genre such a mystery and sorrow as his recurring motives he has defined and made it one of the best works since Shakespeare. I praise and admire his poetry and his stories which tell the readers that life isn't all pretty. and I'd like to think that E.A.P was the father of the detective stories which others are reluctant to give him the title.
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