Research Paper On Edgar Allan Poe Writings
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Interpretation of Edgar Allan Poe's Writings
In eleven pages Poe's writings are interpreted in terms of its representation of conflict as well as pastoral with such works as 'The Fall of the House of Usher,' 'The Cask of Amontillado,' and the poem 'Annabel Lee' analyzed using the literary elements of symbolism, imagery, rhythm and rhyme, and figurative language. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.
Live Burial Theme in Edgar Allan Poe's Writings
In seven pages this paper examines the recurring theme of 'live burial' in Edgar Allan Poe's stories and poems including 'Annabel Lee,' 'The Fall of the House of Usher,' and 'Cask of Amontillado.' Six sources are cited in the bibliography.
A 3 page explication of Edgar Allan Poe's last poem, Annabel Lee, which was written in 1849. The writer argues that this poem is a haunting tribute by the still grieving Poe for his young wife Virginia who had passed away two years previously from tuberculosis. Examination of this poem's theme, mood and point-of-view demonstrates the depth of emotion that Poe had for his deceased child/bride, as well as how he viewed his own death with equanimity because he saw it as uniting him with his beloved. No additional sources cited.