By Edgar Allan Poe
Poe's whole poetry and fiction, gathered for the 1st time, together with his extraordinary and haunting poems, his vintage stories of poser, horror, and suspense, and his funny sketches. contains well-known tales resembling "The Fall of the home of Usher," and "The Murders within the Rue Morgue," with his preferred poems equivalent to "Annabel Lee," "The Raven," and lesser-known works, and his strange prose-poem "Eureka." This quantity screens Poe's amazing diversity and approach, in addition to his reward for revealing the darker chances of human adventure.
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Poe returns to Baltimore, where he lives among his father’s family and reunites with his elder brother, William Henry, whose health is poor; William Henry dies on August 1. Poe enters the Philadelphia Saturday Courier’s fiction contest. He does not win the prize, but his work is praised. William Lloyd Garrison begins to publish his abolitionist newspaper, the Lib erator. Nat Turner leads a slave rebellion. 1833 Poe’s “MS. Found in a Bottle” wins a writing contest sponsored by a weekly Baltimore newspaper, the Saturday Visiter.
Ralph Waldo Emerson publishes his first collection of essays. S. 1842 Poe meets Charles Dickens, who publishes American Notes this year. Virginia begins to show symptoms of tuberculosis. ” 1843 The United States Saturday Post publishes “The Black Cat,” and “The Tell-Tale Heart” appears in James Russell Lowell’s new literary journal, the Pioneer. Poe’s story “The Gold-Bug” wins a $100 prize from a Philadelphia newspaper and brings him wider renown. Henry James is born. S. 1844 Poe moves his family to New York City, where he finds a position with the Evening Mirror.
Looming, too, was another experimental venture of Poe‘s, generally known as “Tales of the Folio Club,” a book of interlocking frame narratives. 4 In this scheme, never actualized, a group of writers, the Folio Club, meet monthly for literary reading and critiques. Preceding the readings are substantial suppers accompanied by plenty of alcohol. After each member reads his original “brief prose tale” (a hit at some best-selling author’s typical theme and form), critiques follow. Poe once wrote that these critical interchanges were meant to enliven comedy in the project: Voiced by pretentious would-be authors, each tale is delivered by a first-person narrator, a caricature of an actual popular author represented.