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Six Riffs on John Banville's The Sea

After his wife’s death, a grief-stricken widower withdraws to the seaside village where he once spent his holidays as a boy. There he ponders his marriage, his childhood, his first love, and his own existence. 2,987 more words

Reviews: Books, Theater, Film

Edgar Allan Poe: The Fever Called Living

Review: Edgar Allan Poe: The Fever Called Living by Paul Collins

Like his subject, Collins is “clever with his pen” and touches on every aspect of Edgar A. 851 more words

Book Review

Edgar Allan Poe: Not Just a Creepy Goth Guy

Edgar Allan Poe is arguably the most eccentric, passionate, enigmatic, troubled, misunderstood, and perceptive American author of all time. His legacy today is far greater than it ever was in the past, yet the misconceptions surrounding his life, death, and work are still prevalent amongst the public. 333 more words

Classic Literature

Enshadowed (Nevermore, #2)

First Lines: “Edgar?”  Speaking softly, Dr. Moran leaned over his patient.  His eyes traced the wan and pallid countenance of the famous poet, Edgar Poe. 560 more words


“If it is any point requiring reflection…we shall examine it to better purpose in the dark.” – Edgar Allan Poe “the Purloined Letter”

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Comic Con--Land of the Geeks, AKA My New Home

I went to Comic Con in San Diego for the first time yesterday.

It was sooooooo freaking awesome!!!! There aren’t words.

So many people. So many cosplays. 258 more words

My Life

I wreszcie moja dusza wybuchła i krzyczy, jakże rozsądnie: «Gdziekolwiek, gdziekolwiek, byle poza ten świat!»


Ostatnia już relacja z mojej wizyty w Krakowie – czeski symbolizm :)
Wpadłam na nią kompletnie przypadkowo, nie wiedziałam nawet w jakim budynku się znajduje. 383 more words

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