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Edgar Allan Poe was one of the most important and influential American writers of the 19th century

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Each line of Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven still has the power to send a chill down the spine
Readers can experience the frenzy, the snapping of the pencil lead as Poe’s troubled memories flow onto the page. Edgar Allen Poe by today’s standard did not earn a substantial amount from writing. Poe knew that when he was gone he would be missed.­

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"Over the Mountains
Of the Moon,
Down the Valley of the Shadow,
Ride, boldly ride,"
The shade replied, --
"If you seek for Eldorado."
(from "Eldorado" by Edgar Allan Poe)

 

Who Was Edgar Allan Poe | Edgar Allan Poe Museum

American poet and short story writer Edgar Allan Poe has had significant influence in television and film. Many are adaptations of Poe's work, others merely reference it.
Edgar Allan Poe lived in Philadelphia for about six years (1838-1844), spending his last year to 18 months at a house on North 7th Street. With him lived his beloved wife Virginia, his treasured mother-in-law Maria Clemm (whom he called Muddy), and their adored feline, a tortoise-shell tabby named Catterina.

The bells by Edgar Allan Poe The Bells by Edgar Allan Poe is a poem believed to have been written in May 1848. The Bells was published in 1849 after Poe’s death.
It's not known exactly how long Poe lived at the 7th Street address. The Poe family moved in sometime in 1842 or 1843 and left in April 1844. Poe rented this house, as was his custom. Historians do not know whether the house was furnished when the Poes arrived. Any furniture and belongings relating to the Poes at this address has vanished. Congress chose the site as a national memorial to Edgar Allan Poe in 1980.