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Edgar Allen Poe was an American editor, poet, and writer who is considered to me one of American’s great contributors to literature. His dark literature chilled bones with frightening scenes he captured with his imagery and suspense. Till this day his works influences culture and can be found in movies, shows, and other works of literature. His life was that of struggles and hardships and his death was like his works, shrouded in mystery.

In Boston, Massachusetts on January 19, 1809 Edgar Allen Poe was born to a simple working class family. His parents Elizabeth Arnold Poe and David Poe were humble actors but due unfortunate
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Four days before his death Poe was found in a crazed state of mind. In obvious need of assistance due to his illogical behavior he was taken to the Washington Medical College. Before his death He was unable to tell anyone how he became such a way. Some blamed it on his bad habits such as drinking and drugs while others contribute to an attack. During these time people were at times forced to vote for a particular candidate and would use unorthodox means to get their vote such as violence and drugs. Till this day there can be no certainty as to his true cause of …show more content…
Four days before his death Poe was found in a crazed state of mind. In obvious need of assistance due to his illogical behavior he was taken to the Washington Medical College. Before his death He was unable to tell anyone how he became such a way. Some blamed it on his bad habits such as drinking and drugs while others contribute to an attack. During these time people were at times forced to vote for a particular candidate and would use unorthodox means to get their vote such as violence and drugs. Till this day there can be no certainty as to his true cause of

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