Edgar Allan Poe 's Tales Of Mystery And Horror Essay

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Edgar Allan Poe was Born on January 19, 1809, in Boston, Massachusetts, writer, poet, critic, and editor Edgar Allan Poe 's tales of mystery and horror gave birth to the modern detective story and many of his works, including “The TellTale Heart” and “The Fall of the House of Usher,” became literary classics. "The Raven," which he published in 1845, is considered among the best-known poems in American literature. American writer, poet, and critic Edgar Allan Poe are famous for his tales and poems of horror and mystery, including "The Raven," "The Tell-Tale Heart" and "The black cat”. The work that Poe’s got the specialty in death, fear, and silence. Death the black cat, and the men wife, the old died due to his blue eye, and the black crow. Fear in his short stories like The fear of blue eye, the fear of misleading, “the black cat”, the crown at night with rose. Darkness and silence in the stories represent the mid-night and the silence in the tale tell heart, the body of women buried in the wall with the live cat and the silence, darkness in the hidden basement, the room where the boy was laying down in his room having a dark black crow sitting on his head. The symbolism in the short story “The Tell-Tale Heart” is the old men blue eye, darkness, and shadow. The telltale heart has these symbols to represent the fear of the death to young men that have an issue with a blue eye of old men his owner. The eye alway irritated the fear and evilness to him. According to…

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