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O Coração Delator & O Gato Preto

Edgar Allan Poe

Nilson Rogério

on 18 October 2013

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Transcript of O Coração Delator & O Gato Preto

1829: Morre Frances Allan
1847: Morre Virginia
1826: Namorada Elmira Royster fica noiva de outro
1827: Pobreza após desavença com John
Edgar Allan Poe 1809 - 1849
Nascido em 19 Jan 1809 como Edgar Poe
Simbolismo em Sua Obra
Themes and Symbolism in Poe's Life and Works
Edgar Allan Poe - Similiridades Entre os Narradores dos Contos "O Coração Delator" e "O Gato Preto"
O pai abandona a família um ano após
Sua mãe morre no ano seguinte
Passa a ser criado por Francis and John Allan; vivendo em Richmond, Virginia e durante 5 anos no Reino Unido, na Escócia e depois em Londres
Educado como típico "Cavalheiro da Virginia"
Edgar Poe
1835: Apaixona-se por Virginia Clemm, com quem casa-se no ano seguinte
Conquistas & Desilusões
Aos 13 anos já havia escrito poemas suficientes para um livro
Fracassa tentativas ao longo de sua vida, de editar sua própria revista
Sua Obra
O"Pai" do Romance Policial
Crítico Literário
Mestre do Horror
Morte Cercada de Mistério
3 Out 1849 - Poe é encontrado semi-consciente em local público em Baltimore
Levado ao Washington College Hospital, ele lá falece 4 dias depois, a 7 de outubro de 1849
A causa exata de sua morte permanece, assim como sua obra, um mistério até os dias atuais.
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O Gato Preto
O Canivete (Pen-Knife)
O olho de Plutão torna-se
Usada à para apontar penas (to sharpen)
Ataque é crucial
Alcoholism and Sleep
Narrator changes when he starts drinking
The Second Cat
Narrator is plagued by nightmares and has trouble sleeping
Rufus Griswold
The new cat is a second chance

The white fur and the gallows

Just another cat, or Pluto returned?
August, 1843: The Black Cat
The Tell-Tale Heart
January, 1843
The narrator murders an innocent old man because he had an eye like a vulture
He went to great lengths to conceal the body in the floor
The murderer is driven to admit his crime after as a hallucinated sound of the old man's heartbeat drives him mad
Virginia had become very ill
Cat kept Virginia warm while in her sick bed
"“The writer of this article is the owner of one of the most remarkable black cats in the world—and this is saying much; for it will be remembered that black cats are all of them witches.”
The Poe's Life in Philadelphia
The Raven
January, 1845
The raven arrives on "the Night's Plutonian shore"
"fiery eyes now burned into my bosom's core"
"And his eyes have all the seeming of a demon's that is dreaming"
The Cask of Amontillado
November, 1846
Told from the view of the murderer, as with The Tell-Tale Heart and The Black Cat
The victim is brick and mortared in the cellar
Avenged his broken pride
Virginia Poe passed: February 2, 1847
Edgar Allan Poe faced many tragedies
He used symbolism throughout his work
His characters often reflected himself
Comparisons can be drawn between his works and his personal life
Bree West
Bree West - Wesley Austin - Stephanie Aulwurm
Nilson Bazana - Orientação: Prof. Dra. Marcele Aires

Poe teve ao menos um gato (Catterine)
O nome (Plutão)
Crença popular
Um ser benigno ou malevolente?
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