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  1. says:

    Volume 1 The poems of Poe it was fun to read some old favorites and encounter some of Poe's lesser known poems in this volume In regards to new to me works I particularly enjoyed Politian the unfinished drama and Bridal BalladVolume 2 The first volume of Poe's short stories several of these stories are detective stories The Murders in the Rue Morgue etc while some hint at the the tone to come of Poe's later psychological thriller stories I enjoyed a first run reading and would enjoy re reading all these storiesVolume 3 The second volume of Poe’s short stories a mixed bag of uality ranging from early works to “conversation” stories to some of his most famous stories “The Fall of the House of Usher” etc to the absolutely idyllic and totally plotless Romantic descriptions found in “The Domain of Arnheim” and “Landor’s Cottage”Volume 4 The third volume of Poe’s short stories this set included several of the famous love stories Ligeia etc forays into future predictions and science fiction of which “Mellonta Tauta” was the definite diamond in the rough mesmerizations and burials alive What’s not to like?Volume 5 Poe’s only novel The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket The novel wasn’t well loved in its time nor has it become a literary favorite since I would have to concur with the experts here The plot feels simultaneously overdeveloped and underdeveloped It’s overdeveloped because the story jumps from the narrator running away to sea to his psychological drama while hiding below deck to a mutiny to a history of Captain Cook discovering regions of the world not related to the narrator’s tale to an encounter with hostile natives It’s underdeveloped because it literally ends with spoiler no ending Pym himself and the remainder of his manuscript notes are lost at sea On the plus side it was at least interesting maybe due to its unexpected randomness and the LibreVox recording I listened to was hysterical at times due to rather eccentric readersVolume 6 The fourth volume of Poe’s short stories a delightful close to Poe’s complete works All these are classic Gothic or just plain amusing stories The comedy of “The Sphinx” “The Spectacles” and “Three Sundays in a Week” show a light hearted side to Poe than most people will ever experience if they just read his most famous works while the remaining stories take us into the ferocity of hurricanes whirlpools and ragged mountainsSide note This is supposedly the complete works of Poe but at least one story I know of was not included Never Bet the Devil Your Head Maybe there are other works missing as well?


  2. says:

    Five stars because 1 he's Edgar Allan Poe 2 these are great stories 3 because he's Edgar Allan Poe


  3. says:

    I've always been a fan of Poe and I still am He's at his best when he's creepy though I didn't enjoy the stories where he's scientific and philosophical They were boring and it seemed like Poe was just showing off his knowledge of different fields of studyI was very surprised by The Narrative of A Gordon Pym I didn't even know that Poe wrote a novel and it was very strange Looking it up I discovered that it actually had a major influence on writers as varied as Melville and Borges Yann Martel even named the tiger Richard Parker in Life of Pi after a character in The Narrative of A Gordon Pym It's an interesting novel and I was surprised that it didn't bore me as some of the descriptions and details are overdone a little bit Overall I was happily surprisedI recommend this book to fans of Poe but remember that most of his stories aren't like his most famous ones They are the most famous because they're the best The others aren't nearly as good His poetry is excellent and I really enjoyed Pym but I think you have to have some background in American Lit to fully appreciate the novel as well The good thing about a collection like this is that you can pick and choose the works that you want to read and those that you want to skip over I read them all because I'm weird like that but I did speed read two of the works that were really boring to me


  4. says:

    An interesting collection of stories that have gone on to influence whole genres of fiction Science Fiction and Mystery specifically One can see how important these stories are in the development of these genres though in some aspects they do not date well The Unparalleled Adventure of One Hans Pfaall and the subseuent Great Moon Hoax by Richard Adams Locke served to influence Jules Verne and later H G Wells While the science doesn't hold up and the story rests on a number of assumptions since proven to be fallacies the story itself uses the science of the time to explore possibilities The Gold Bug which was an influence on Treasure Island and uses ciphers and hidden maps is an influential story as well though this one suffers from the endemic racism of the time period it was written and the unfortunate techniue of portraying a different mode of speaking using a clumsy representation of dialect that doesn't play well The story itself is well constructed and stills holds interest today Volume One contains some important stories historically but they are of less interest as some of Poe's later work as far as reading enjoyment is concerned


  5. says:

    He had misfortune during his youth he was not telling anyone about His darness underscores the mans genius he painted a very detailed sculpture with his vision blurred with disapointment He gave rise to insidious thought provoking dialect many are afraid to share He gives credence to the thought it is ok to be desponent at times


  6. says:

    Read all these many years agoClassic A must read for all


  7. says:

    I think the book is ok i really couldn't really get into the book i kept reading it and reading it but still can't get through it but i still kept reading and there were some parts that were interesting For example it would just talk about how he was in school and how he was a genius And another example it was just talk about his books


  8. says:

    I completely enjoyed reading this book of some of Poe's works


  9. says:

    I love the Raven


  10. says:

    SubtitleSixty Seven Tales One Complete Novel and Thirty one PoemsContentsMS Found in a BottleBereniceMorellaSome Passages in the Life of a Lion LionizingThe Unparalleled Adventures of One Hans PfaallThe Assignation The VisionaryBon BonShadow A ParableLoss of Breath A Tale Neighter In nor Out of BlackwoodKing Pest A Tale Containing an AllegoryMetzengersteinLe Duc De L'OmeletteFour Beasts in One The Homo CameleopardA Tale of JerusalemMystificationLigeiaHow to Write a Blackwood ArticleA Predicament The Scythe of TimeSilence A FableThe Journal of Julius RodmanThe Devil in the BelfryThe Man That Was Used UpThe Fall of the House of UsherWilliam WilsonThe Conversation of Eiros and CharmionWhy the Little Frenchman Wears His Hand in a SlingThe Business ManThe Man in the CrowdThe Murders In the Rue MorgueA Descent into the MaelstromThe Island of the FayThe Collouy of Monos and UnaNever Bet the Devil Your HeadThree Sundays a WeekEleonoraThe Oval PortraitThe Masue of Red DeathThe Mystery of Marie RogetThe Pit and the PendulumThe Tell Tale HeartThe Gold BugThe Black CatDiddling Considered as One of the Exact SciencesA Tale of the Ragged MountainsThe SpectaclesThe Balloon HoaxMesmeric RevelationThe Premature BurialThe Oblong BoxThe Angel of the OddThou Art the ManThe Purloined LetterThe Literary Life of Thingum Bob EsThe Thousand and Second Tale of ScheherazadeSine Words with a MummyThe Power of WordsThe Imp of the PerverseThe Facts in teh Case of M ValdemarThe System of Dr Tarr and Prof FetherThe SphinxThe Cask of AmontilladoThe Domain of ArnheimMellonta TautaHop FrogX ing a ParagrabVon Kempelen and His DiscoveryLandor's CottageThe Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of NantucketThe Raven and Other PoemsThe RavenThe BellsAnnabel LeeLeonoreEulalie A SongTo HelenA Dream Within a DreamUlalumeSonnet To ScienceAl AaraafTo the RiverTo My MotherTo HelenThe Lake To Catholic HymnStanzasSongFairy LandFor AnnieThe SleeperBridal BalladTo M To One in ParadiseThe Haunted PalaceThe City in the SeaThe Conueror WormTo F s S O dDreamsTo F EldoragoTo M L S


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رجمة رائعة عرفته فرنسا من خلالها، وأدّت إلى احتفاء كبار نقاد الغرب به، حتى بدا ممثلاً لجوهر الأدب الأميركي في ذروتهوتكشف المقدمة أن هناك خمس طبعات لأعمال بو، واعتمدت المترجمة على النسخة الأخيرة التي اتفق على أن كل قصائدها تنسب إليه، وهي التي صدرت في العام 1849 وتشير كذلك إلى أن صعوبات جمة واجهت محاولات جمع أعمال بو بسبب تفرقها في دوريات كثيرة، وب. An interesting collection of stories that have gone on to influence whole genres of fiction Science Fiction and Mystery specifically One can see how important these stories are in the development of these genres though in some aspects they do not date well The Unparalleled Adventure of One Hans Pfaall and the subseuent Great Moon Hoax by Richard Adams Locke served to influence Jules Verne and later H G Wells While the science doesn't hold up and the story rests on a number of assumptions since proven to be fallacies the story itself uses the science of the time to explore possibilities The Gold Bug which was an influence on Treasure Island and uses ciphers and hidden maps is an influential story as well though this one suffers from the endemic racism of the time period it was written and the unfortunate techniue of portraying a different mode of speaking using a clumsy representation of dialect that doesn't play well The story itself is well constructed and stills holds interest today Volume One contains some important stories historically but they are of less interest as some of Poe's later work as far as reading enjoyment is concerned Chocolat gone on to influence whole Chocolat genres of fiction Science Fiction and Mystery specifically One can see how important these stories are in the development of these Les petits Marabout : Choco-Noisette genres though in some aspects they do not date well The Unparalleled Adventure of One Hans Pfaall and the subseuent Great Moon Hoax by Richard Adams Locke served to influence Jules Verne and later H G Wells While the science doesn't hold up and the story rests on a number of assumptions since proven to be fallacies the story itself uses the science of the time to explore possibilities The Gold Bug which was an influence on Treasure Island and uses ciphers and hidden maps is an influential story as well though this one suffers from the endemic racism of the time period it was written and the unfortunate techniue of portraying a different mode of speaking using a clumsy representation of dialect that doesn't play well The story itself is well constructed and stills holds interest today Volume One contains some important stories historically but they are of less interest as some of Poe's later work as far as reading enjoyment is concerned

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سبب ولع صاحبها بمراجعة قصائده في كل نسخة من النسخ التي ظهرت أثناء حياتهوتسيطر على كتابات بو مواضيع رئيسية أبرزها «الموت»، وحالة الضحية والمراقبة، والإصرار الشديد على التذكر ورغم أنه مات في الأربعين، فإن قصائده تكشف معرفة عميقة بثقافات العالم، ومن بينها الثقافة الإسلامية، وتدلل المقدمة على ذلك بعناوين بعض القصائد القريبة من سور القرآن الكريم. I completely enjoyed reading this book of some of Poe's works

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صدر عن المركز القومي المصري للترجمة المجلّد الأول من الأعمال الكاملة للشاعر الأميركي إدغار آلان بو، تحت عنوان «وادي القلق» بترجمة وتقديم القاصة المصرية غادة الحلواني، ومراجعة إداور الخراط وتشير الحلواني في مقدمتها للترجمة، إلى أن تأثير إدغار آلان بو على الأدب الغربي بات اليوم حقيقة لا جدال فيها، بسبب بودلير الذي ترجم أشعاره إلى الفرنسية في ت. Volume 1 The poems of Poe it was fun to read some old favorites and encounter some of Poe's lesser known poems in this volume In regards to new to me works I particularly enjoyed Politian the unfinished drama and Bridal BalladVolume 2 The first volume of Poe's short stories several of these stories are detective stories The Murders in the Rue Morgue etc while some hint at the the tone to come of Poe's later psychological thriller stories I enjoyed a first run reading and would enjoy re reading all these storiesVolume 3 The second volume of Poe’s short stories a mixed bag of uality ranging from early works to “conversation” stories to some of his most famous stories “The Fall of the House of Usher” etc to the absolutely idyllic and totally plotless Romantic descriptions found in “The Domain of Arnheim” and “Landor’s Cottage”Volume 4 The third volume of Poe’s short stories this set included several of the famous love stories Ligeia etc forays into future predictions and science fiction of which “Mellonta Tauta” was the definite diamond in the rough mesmerizations and burials alive What’s not to likeVolume 5 Poe’s only novel The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket The novel wasn’t well loved in its time nor has it become a literary favorite since I would have to concur with the experts here The plot feels simultaneously overdeveloped and underdeveloped It’s overdeveloped because the story jumps from the narrator running away to sea to his psychological drama while hiding below deck to a mutiny to a history of Captain Cook discovering regions of the world not related to the narrator’s tale to an encounter with hostile natives It’s underdeveloped because it literally ends with spoiler no ending Pym himself and the remainder of his manuscript notes are lost at sea On the plus side it was at least interesting maybe due to its unexpected randomness and the LibreVox recording I listened to was hysterical at times due to rather eccentric readersVolume 6 The fourth volume of Poe’s short stories a delightful close to Poe’s complete works All these are classic Gothic or just plain amusing stories The comedy of “The Sphinx” “The Spectacles” and “Three Sundays in a Week” show a light hearted side to Poe than most people will ever experience if they just read his most famous works while the remaining stories take us into the ferocity of hurricanes whirlpools and ragged mountainsSide note This is supposedly the complete works of Poe but at least one story I know of was not included Never Bet the Devil Your Head Maybe there are other works missing as well