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Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) was an American writer and poet and one of the most dominant figures of Gothic Literature. He is widelyrecognized as a master of the short story form, but also delved intopoetry, essays and literary criticism. His work often revolved arounddark and macabre themes, using death and the human mind?s deepestfears to craft complex stories about a vast array of subjects.
The Fall of the House of Usher is a psychological thriller that narratesthe descent into oblivion of the last remaining survivors of an oldfamily. The other stories part of this compilation also show us thestrengths of Poe as an author, capable of crafting horror out of every aspect of the human experience.