Research Paper On Edgar Allan Poe The Tell Tale Heart

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  • Poe/Annabel Lee

    A 3 page explication of Edgar Allan Poe's last poem, Annabel Lee, which was written in 1849. The writer argues that this poem is a haunting tribute by the still grieving Poe for his young wife Virginia who had passed away two years previously from tuberculosis. Examination of this poem's theme, mood and point-of-view demonstrates the depth of emotion that Poe had for his deceased child/bride, as well as how he viewed his own death with equanimity because he saw it as uniting him with his beloved. No additional sources cited.

  • Poe/Annabel Lee

    A 3 page explication of Edgar Allan Poe's last poem, Annabel Lee, which was written in 1849. The writer argues that this poem is a haunting tribute by the still grieving Poe for his young wife Virginia who had passed away two years previously from tuberculosis. Examination of this poem's theme, mood and point-of-view demonstrates the depth of emotion that Poe had for his deceased child/bride, as well as how he viewed his own death with equanimity because he saw it as uniting him with his beloved. No additional sources cited.

  • Edgar Allan Poe's Writing Style Revealed in His Short Stories and Poetry

    In 5 pages, the author discusses how Edgar Allen Poe's poetry and short stories follow his own advice on how to construct a poem or a short story. Three poems and three short stories have been chosen as an example of this point. The poems that are used as evidence of Poe's unique quality and style, which are proof of his own advice, are 'The Raven,' 'The Bells,' and 'The Haunted Palace.' The short stories that are used as evidence of Poe's unique quality and style, which are also proof of his own advice, are 'Berenice,' 'The Tell Tale Heart,' and 'The Black Cat.' Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Edgar Allan Poe's Life Reflected in His Art

    A 7 page paper on the personality of Edgar Allan Poe, and how his life experiences fit into his work -- particularly his poems. The writers argues that Poe's obsession with death was simply endemic in the young man's disturbed personality, and his writings are simply a reflection of an emotional problem he'd always had. Bibliography lists five sources.

  • An Address of Four Specific Questions in Literature

    A 9 page research paper that addresses 4 questions on literature. The writer addresses point of view in Poe's "The Tell-Tale Heart"; setting in Chopin's "The Storm"; critical writing (analysis) on Jackson's "The Lottery"; and tone/style in Tan's "A Pair of Tickets." No additional sources cited.

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