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Works of Edgar Allan Poe, Raven Edition, Volume 2 (version 2)

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Edgar Allan Poe's "Works of Edgar Allan Poe, Raven Edition, Volume 2" is a must-have for any fan of Gothic literature. This volume includes some of Poe's most famous works, such as "The Tell-Tale Heart", "The Fall of the House of Usher", and "The Masque of the Red Death".

Poe's writing is dark, mysterious, and hauntingly beautiful. His use of language and imagery creates a sense of unease and tension that keeps the reader on the edge of their seat. The stories in this collection are all masterfully crafted, showcasing Poe's talent for creating chilling tales that linger in the mind long after they have been read.

In addition to the stories, this edition includes a selection of Poe's poems, which are just as haunting and captivating as his prose. Poe's poetry is filled with themes of death, loss, and isolation, all of which are beautifully expressed in his unique style.

Overall, "Works of Edgar Allan Poe, Raven Edition, Volume 2" is a timeless collection of some of Poe's best works. Whether you are a longtime fan of Poe or new to his work, this volume is sure to captivate and enthrall you with its dark and macabre tales.

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An eclectic, catholic even, collection from the exquisitely excellent tale-telling of Mr. Edgar Allan Poe. Hilarious and terrifying. Need I say more? - Summary by Tony Addison

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Reviews (Rated: 3 Stars - 13 reviews)

Reviewer: - April 9, 2021
Subject: good
good story
Reviewer: - December 15, 2020
Subject: Narrorator
in the second one the lady was so hard to understand
Reviewer: - February 23, 2020
Was not creepy at all
Reviewer: - November 20, 2018
Subject: Narrator
I really couldn’t listen to this up and down voice!
Reviewer: - April 20, 2017
I honestly wasn't expecting a dark male narrator, to darken the tone, this lady is too cheerful...
Reviewer: - March 18, 2016
Subject: number 2
Great clear narration thank you.
Reviewer: - January 1, 2016
Narrator is awful.
Reviewer: - January 23, 2015
Subject: narrator
I'm sorry but narrator is kind of too chipper for these poems. not creepy enough.
Reviewer: - October 21, 2014
The narrator is very happy for creepy tales
Reviewer: - August 3, 2014
Subject: Narrator
Oh my, is this narrator terrible. I feel she may have ruined these fantastic poems.
Reviewer: - March 6, 2014
I agree with Jason. The narrator does not do justice to the beautiful poems.
Reviewer: - February 15, 2014
Subject: Ugh!
Sounds like she's reading a text book.
Reviewer: - October 9, 2013
Bad narrator :(

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