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The Raven and Other Poems A Chilling, Thrilling Collection Of Edgar Allan Poe S Poetry, Introduced By Best Selling Author Philip PullmanThe Raven Annabel Lee Ulalume These Are Some Of The Spookiest, Most Macabre Poems Ever Written, Now Collected In This Chilling, Affordable Volume.Dreams Lake Sonnet To Science Alone Introduction To Helen Israfel Valley Of Unrest City In The Sea To One In Paradise Coliseum Haunted Palace Conqueror Worm Dream Land Eulalie Raven Deep In Earth To M.L.S Ulalume A Ballad Bells To Helen Whitman Dream Within A Dream For Annie Eldorado To My Mother Annabel Lee.

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  • Paperback
  • 73 pages
  • The Raven and Other Poems
  • Edgar Allan Poe
  • English
  • 05 December 2017
  • 0439224063

10 thoughts on “The Raven and Other Poems


  1. says:

    Who doesn t love Poe This one contains some of our favorite poems and I purchased it for my oldest daughter to read from our book club It contains some of the spookiest poems by Poe including our favorite for this time of year, The Raven, as well as oth...


  2. says:

    The Raven, Annabel Lee pure genius.


  3. says:

    Be nothing which thou art not.Overview 4 5 starsI don t read much of any poetry Apart from poems I ve read for school way back when , this is my first book of poetry I ve ever read I will be readingpoetry from now on as I thoroughly enjoyed this Poe is well known for the Raven, which everyone has heard at some point Even the Simpsons recited it during a tree house of horror episode His other works are also brilliant There are, of course, a few misses but for the most part everything Be nothing which thou art not.Overview 4 5 starsI don t read much of any poetry Apart from poems I ve read for school way back when , this is my first book of poetry I ve ever r...


  4. says:

    Not wild about poetry, not wild about horror but I love, love love these poems I m becoming a big Edgar Allan Poe fan completely by accident.


  5. says:

    I haven t read many collections of poetry, or single poems for that matter It is not something I gravitate to in my normal course of reading I just don t know how to embrace poetry Maybe it was a poor high school education that contributed to my utter lack of understanding things like meter, rhythm, iambic pentameter, and all that goes into creating a poem For me enjoying a poem has always been an impulse or gut reaction, either the poem is instantly OK or it s not The memorability of a poe I haven t read many collections of poetry, or single poems for that matter It is not something I gravitate to in my normal course of reading I just don t know how to embrace poetry Maybe it was a poor high school education that contributed to my utter lack of understanding things like met...


  6. says:

    genial.


  7. says:

    Some poems are really hard for me to understand unless I sit down, reread the lines twice and think hard Though there are some that are beautifully haunting and sad My favourite poems by him are the ones about his lost loves, those...


  8. says:

    I didn t like this book one because I don t like poems and second the plot lines for the poems were all mixed up and confusing.


  9. says:

    First published in the New York Evening Mirror in 1845, The Raven, is perhaps one of Poe s most well known poems.A talking raven visits a man tormented by the loss of his love, the rare and radiant maiden whom the angels named Lenore The Raven perches upon the man s chamber door and foretells he will never be reunited with his love, not even in death With each refrain of never the protagonist becomesandagitated until he finally succumbs to madness And the raven, neve First published in the New York Evening Mirror in 1845, The Raven, is perhaps one of Poe s most well known poems.A talking raven visits a man tormented by the loss of his love, the rare and radiant maiden whom the angels named Lenore The Raven perches upon the man s chamber door and foretells he will never be reunited with his love, not even in death With each refrain of never the protagonist becomesandagitated until he finally succumbs to madness And the raven, never flitting, still is sitting, still is sittingOn the pallid bust of Pallas just above my chamber door And his eyes have all the seeming of a demon s that is dreaming,And the lamp light o er him streaming throws his shadow on the floor And my...


  10. says:

    I thought this book was okay It was a good, short book to read This book is definitely not my favorite poetry book that I have read before, but it was an okay book.

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