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Edgar Allan Poe

"A little something for his life"

Yang Mercy

on 2 September 2013

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Do you know Poe? Mercy Yang
China Austin, Morgan Crier,
Larshell Green "The Black Cat" a short story by Poe was published in August 19, 1843. Poe loved cats. He had a cat named Catterina. Birthday
January 19, 1809 Poe was born on the same year of President Abraham Lincoln. Poetry Poe's first volume of poetry was called "Tamerlane and Other Poems." This was published in 1827. Poe was at the age of 18. University of Virginia Poe entered University of Virginia at the age of 17. This university was founded by Thomas Jefferson 1825. He joined Alcoholics Anonymous, but he died a month later before he could go through the 12 step process. Poe was an alcoholic. Death day
November 17, 1875 Poe's final days in Baltimore have been quite a mystery. His death, as well, is still a mystery. There are over 26 theories of Poe's death. → rabies
→ diabetes
→ carbon monoxide poisoning
→ epilepsy
→ alcohol dehydrogenase
→ cooping Poe didn't start to grow facial hair until the later years of his life. The Stache!!! "The Masque of the Red Death"
1850 "The Tell-Tale Heart"
1850 "The Cask of Amontillado"
1846 Thank you for the attention. "A murderer's guilt" "A story of revenge" "The horror of the plague" Bibliography http://www.tor.com/blogs/2012/05/you-dont-know-poe-10-weird-things-about-edgar-allan-poe

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