Poetry – Polygon

by Edgar Allan Poe — eBook

“Poetry” is a collection of popular poems, written by Edgar Allan Poe.  His poetry is renowned for its Gothic and melancholic themes, known for its musical and rhythmic qualities, and he often used rhyme and meter to create a haunting and atmospheric mood. His works have had a lasting impact on the genres of horror and Gothic literature, and he is considered one of the most significant and influential American writers of the 19th century.

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From Wikipedia: Poe’s best-known fiction works are Gothic horror, adhering to the genre’s conventions to appeal to the public taste. His most recurring themes deal with questions of death, including its physical signs, the effects of decomposition, concerns of premature burial, the reanimation of the dead, and mourning. Many of his works are generally considered part of the dark romanticism genre, a literary reaction to transcendentalism which Poe strongly disliked.

Some of his most famous and influential poems include:
“The Raven” (1845): Perhaps Poe’s most famous poem, “The Raven” tells the story of a man visited by a mysterious raven one night, and it explores themes of mourning, loss, and the descent into madness. The repetitive refrain of “Nevermore” is one of its most iconic features.
“Annabel Lee” (1849): A poem about the love between the narrator and Annabel Lee, which transcends death. It’s a romantic and tragic tale of love that endures even in the afterlife.
“The Tell-Tale Heart” (1843): This poem is a monologue from the perspective of an unreliable narrator who tries to convince the reader of their sanity, despite their obsession with a vulture-like eye.
“The Bells” (1849): In this poem, Poe explores the different emotional and auditory effects of various types of bells, from sleigh bells to wedding bells. The poem takes the reader on a journey from joy to sorrow.
“Ulalume” (1847): A poem about a man wandering through a forest on a “starry midnight.” It is a melancholic and dream-like exploration of grief and lost love.
“To Helen” (1831): An ode to a woman named Helen, this poem celebrates the beauty and allure of the woman who serves as an ideal of poetic inspiration.

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