SCARY HORROR STUFF: 2 Ways Edgar Allan Poe Can Be Personified in Hellish Performance
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Monday, October 15, 2018

2 Ways Edgar Allan Poe Can Be Personified in Hellish Performance

You have to admit: the man has a way with words. Since the darkened times of poetry when strange people like Charles Dickens could paint a story about a crotchety old man meeting three ghosts to his near-death and, yes, a guy by the name of Poe could wax up some deprived, demented yarns of insanity and be called a genius, we longed for the wickedness behind the words of a madman. Like Stephen King, of course! (Of course, which one's better? -- YOU DECIDE).



But Are There Other Ways to Appreciate the Mastery of Such Literary Lycanthropy?


Oh, but of course. That's the beauty of writers like Poe. Nothing against King, of course. But when Poe hits you in the heart with his own dagger of fire at a quick burst -- the short story, or the poem -- the experience can be so concrete. And here's a couple examples for you on how that can be:

Here's Some Videos for You on The Stories Edgar Allan Poe Has Written


You might be lucky and find other videos, but these right here must be the most visceral of all. Watch and share.

Or Care to Be Mesmerized By His Poetry?


You have to check these out. In fact, we'd wager to say that while Poe was king of horror stories (and even detective stories long before Sir Arthur Conan Doyle brought us Holmes), his poetry will forever be remembered.

Thankfully Artistry Like This Stays Alive for Good Reason


We perform it. We live it. Edgar Allan Poe lives in all of us.

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