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Κι ήμουν ϐυθισμένος ώϱα σε ϐιϐλία αλλοτινά,
όταν μέσα από ένα θάμπος ύπνου να μου εφάνη, σάμπως 1,154 more words

Edgar Allan Poe: Narrative of A. Gordon Pym: Chapter 15

On the twelfth we made sail from Christmas Harbour retracing our
way to the westward, and leaving Marion’s Island, one of Crozet’s
group, on the larboard. 1,624 more words



On this semester the group Green Teen had some interesting options of reading and were encouraged to do it alone at their houses and three times a week at school. 30 more words

Eight Reasons Why Saving Eddie is Different

I recently completed Saving Eddie, a fictionalized paranormal retelling of Edgar Allan Poe’s life. This is different from any of my other books for the following reasons: 326 more words

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House of Usher

This is based off the “The Fall of the House of Usher” by Edgar Allan Poe.  This is the base drawing I had done.  There is a little video that goes with it, but at the moment I am having trouble uploading videos.



In the words of Poe

At Stampotique designers challenge Kay asks us to use a quote from Edgar Allan Poe in our work.  I chose a line from one of his poems, a poem that is romantic and melancholic, a poem that concurs Poe’s favourite theme the death of a woman. 273 more words

Art Journal

Poevember: THE GOLD-BUG

“Many years ago, I contracted an intimacy with a Mr. William Legrand.”

When the narrator hears that his friend William Legrand has been bitten by a mysterious gold bug, he is eager to know more.

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