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The complete tales and poems of Edgar Allan Poe

Author: Edgar Allan Poe
Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : Fiction : English
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[The book is a collection of author's] both the detective ... and the science fiction [stories]. Some of his poems "The raven," "The bells," Annabel Lee"--Remain among the most popular in American literature ... Here are familiar favorites Like "Purloined Letter," "The fall of the House of the Usher," and "the murders in the Rue Morgue," together with less well-known masterpieces like "The Imp of the perverse," "The  Read more...
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Material Type: Fiction, Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Edgar Allan Poe
OCLC Number: 52344981
Notes: Originally published: New York : Vintage Books, 1975. Vintage Books edition.
Description: 1 sound disc : digital, mono. ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Tales: Unparalleled adventure of one Hans Pfaall; Gold-bug; Ballon-hoax; Facts in the case of Valdemar; MS. found in a bottle; Descent into the maelstrom; Murders in the Rue Morgue; Mistry of Marie Roget; Black cat; Fall of the house of the Usher; Pit and the pendulum; Premature burial; Masque of the Red Death; Cask of Amontillado; Imp of the Perverse; Island of the Fay; Oval portrait; Assignation; Tell-Tale heart; System of Doctor Tarr and professor Fether; Literary life of Thingum Bob, Esq; How to write a blackwood article; Predicament; Mystification; X-ing a paragrab; Tale of Jerusalem; Man of the crowd; Hop-frog; Four beasts in one, the homo-camelopard; Domain of the Arnheim or the landscape garden; King pest; Lionizing; Narrative of a Gordon Pym --
Poems: The raven; Lenore; Hymn; Valentine; To Helen; To-; Ulalume; Bells; Annabel Lee; To my mother; Hunted palace; To one in paradise; Sleeper; Silence; Dream within a dream; Eulalie; Eldorado; Israfel; For Annie; To-; Bridal Ballad; To F-; Scenes from Politian --
Poems written in youth: Sonnet-to science; Al-Aaraaf; To the river; Tamerlane; To-; Dream; Romance; Fairy-land; Lack-to-; Spirits of the dead; To Helen; Evening star; Happiest day; Imitation; Hymn to Aristogetion and Harmodius, translation from the Greek; Dreams; In youth I have known one; Paean; To Isadore; Alone.
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[The book is a collection of author's] both the detective ... and the science fiction [stories]. Some of his poems "The raven," "The bells," Annabel Lee"--Remain among the most popular in American literature ... Here are familiar favorites Like "Purloined Letter," "The fall of the House of the Usher," and "the murders in the Rue Morgue," together with less well-known masterpieces like "The Imp of the perverse," "The narrative of A Gordon Pym" and "Legeia," which is now recognized as one of the first science-fiction stories, a total of seventy-three tales in all, plus fifty-three poems and a generous sampling of [the author's] essays, criticism and journalistic writings.-Back cover.

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