Edgar Allan Poe's Impact On American Society: The Tomahawk Man

Edgar Allan Poe’s impact on American Society: the Tomahawk Man The world renowned Edgar Allan Poe was born on January 19th, 1809 in Boston. Edgar Allan Poe captures his imagination and interests of the readers through his short stories and poems. Edgar Allan Poe became a literary sensation in 1845 with the publication of his poem The Raven. (Poe, 1845). The Raven is considered a great American literary work and one of the best pieces of Poe’s career. His creative focus to detail and his wide variety of aptitudes led to the beginning of different literacy genres, gaining him the title of father of the detective story among several other distinctions. When Poe was twenty six, he married his thirteen year old cousin, Virginia Clemm. She was …show more content…
He is also seen as being instrumental in the development of the literary genres of science fiction and mystery. The science fiction and horror genre won Poe great recognition and appreciation during his lifetime and after his death. Poe’s most eye-catching contribution to world literature derives from the method he practiced both as a creative author and as a critic of the works of his contemporaries. His self-proclaimed intention was to formulate strictly artistic ideals in a thought that overly concerned with the value of literature. Edgar Allan Poe’s writing has influenced a diverse community of writers and …show more content…
It is very evident that Charles Baudelaire and Edgar Allan Poe both searched for the same ideals both authors had an infatuation with the mystical side of a person’s soul and concentrated on describing just what it is that character is appearing to feel and comprehend. Poe’s influence on Charles is not instantaneously noticed, but it is evident that he was a crucial influence on Charles. Edgar and Charles were both fascinated with man’s more evil aspects. Jules Verne a French author, was a very big fan of Edgar Allan Poe. Verne was basically raised with the poems of Edgar Allan Poe. Poe’s writing influenced Jules Verne’s taking in a mix of the real world and the fantastic. The relationship between Poe and Verne is a great example of a direct connection in literacy styles. Poe blends the fantastic and plausible stories within the proto-science fiction

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