Edgar Allan Poe Essay | Poe and His Elements

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Poe and His Elements

Summary: Essay discusses the four elements that make Edgar Allen Poe an amazing poet.
Of all the writers that I have read, the one that struck fear in my heart, and all our hearts; dazzled us with words of death; and basically was our worst nightmares put in book form, sense was Poe, the most terrifying of all authors known . Poe's wonderful of setting, characters, atmosphere, and themes are what make this man's writing the terror we all know.

Every book revolves on a certain setting and this is where Poe's imagination comes alive. Here, he shows his masterful mind and foretells the entire story. In his tales, Poe usually portrayed the setting as a house, graveyard, castle, mountain, wine-catacomb, or that of a dead person's personal chambers. All of these settings are not massively unique from what other stories use as their backdrop. But Poe's descriptive words definitely make the setting his own. For example, In the Tale of...

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