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Allan Poe

Der Schriftsteller Edgar Allan Poe wird als Sohn eines Schauspielers am Januar in Boston, Massachusetts, USA geboren. Schon wird er Waise​. Edgar Allan Poe war ein US-amerikanischer Schriftsteller. Er prägte entscheidend die Gattung der Kurzgeschichte sowie die Genres der Kriminalliteratur und der Horror- bzw. Schauerliteratur. Einzelne Erzählungen haben spätere Autoren der. Name: Edgar Allan Poe Geburt: * Tod: † Nationalität: Amerikaner Art der Werke: Prosa und Lyrik Edgar Allan Poe, der am 19 Januar.

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Edgar Allan Poe war ein US-amerikanischer Schriftsteller. Er prägte entscheidend die Gattung der Kurzgeschichte sowie die Genres der Kriminalliteratur und der Horror- bzw. Schauerliteratur. Einzelne Erzählungen haben spätere Autoren der. Edgar Allan Poe (* Januar in Boston, Massachusetts; † 7. Oktober in Baltimore, Maryland) war ein US-amerikanischer Schriftsteller. Er prägte. Edgar Allan Poe, ursprünglich mit Schreibfehler als Edgar Allen Poe veröffentlicht, ist ein biografischer S/W-Stummfilm des US-amerikanischen Regisseurs D.W. Die wichtigsten Werke von Edgar Allen Poe. Der Untergang des Hauses Usher (​im Original: The Fall of the House of Usher) Die Kurzgeschichte wurde erstmals im. Der Schriftsteller Edgar Allan Poe wird als Sohn eines Schauspielers am Januar in Boston, Massachusetts, USA geboren. Schon wird er Waise​. Januar: Edgar Allan Poe wird als zweites von drei Kindern in Boston geboren, wo seine Eltern, David und Elizabeth Arnold Poe, Schauspieler in einer. Edgar Allan Poe (* in Boston) gilt als Pionier des Symbolismus und als einer der Väter des heutigen Kriminalromans. Bekannt sind vor allem sein Gedicht.

Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe, , der Altmeister des Schauders, begründete die moderne Detektivgeschichte. Alle Infos hierzu auf Wiki-Basis im Bücher-Wiki. Edgar Allan Poe, ursprünglich mit Schreibfehler als Edgar Allen Poe veröffentlicht, ist ein biografischer S/W-Stummfilm des US-amerikanischen Regisseurs D.W. Die wichtigsten Werke von Edgar Allen Poe. Der Untergang des Hauses Usher (​im Original: The Fall of the House of Usher) Die Kurzgeschichte wurde erstmals im.

Corps of Cadets this volume is respectfully dedicated". The book once again reprinted the long poems "Tamerlane" and "Al Aaraaf" but also six previously unpublished poems, including early versions of " To Helen ", " Israfel ", and " The City in the Sea ".

His elder brother Henry had been in ill health, in part due to problems with alcoholism, and he died on August 1, After his brother's death, Poe began more earnest attempts to start his career as a writer, but he chose a difficult time in American publishing to do so.

After his early attempts at poetry, Poe had turned his attention to prose, likely based on John Neal's critiques in The Yankee magazine. Found in a Bottle ".

Kennedy , a Baltimorean of considerable means who helped Poe place some of his stories and introduced him to Thomas W. White, editor of the Southern Literary Messenger in Richmond.

Poe became assistant editor of the periodical in August , [49] but White discharged him within a few weeks for being drunk on the job.

Poe was reinstated by White after promising good behavior, and he went back to Richmond with Virginia and her mother.

He remained at the Messenger until January During this period, Poe claimed that its circulation increased from to 3, On May 16, , he and Virginia held a Presbyterian wedding ceremony at their Richmond boarding house, with a witness falsely attesting Clemm's age as He published numerous articles, stories, and reviews, enhancing his reputation as a trenchant critic which he had established at the Messenger.

Also in , the collection Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque was published in two volumes, though he made little money from it and it received mixed reviews.

In June , Poe published a prospectus announcing his intentions to start his own journal called The Stylus , [56] although he originally intended to call it The Penn , as it would have been based in Philadelphia.

He bought advertising space for his prospectus in the June 6, issue of Philadelphia's Saturday Evening Post : "Prospectus of the Penn Magazine, a Monthly Literary journal to be edited and published in the city of Philadelphia by Edgar A.

Around this time, Poe attempted to secure a position within the administration of President John Tyler , claiming that he was a member of the Whig Party.

One evening in January , Virginia showed the first signs of consumption, now known as tuberculosis , while singing and playing the piano, which Poe described as breaking a blood vessel in her throat.

He left Graham's and attempted to find a new position, for a time angling for a government post. He returned to New York where he worked briefly at the Evening Mirror before becoming editor of the Broadway Journal , and later its owner.

Nearby, Poe befriended the Jesuits at St. John's College, now Fordham University. Poe was increasingly unstable after his wife's death.

Their engagement failed, purportedly because of Poe's drinking and erratic behavior. There is also strong evidence that Whitman's mother intervened and did much to derail their relationship.

On October 3, , Poe was found delirious on the streets of Baltimore, "in great distress, and… in need of immediate assistance", according to Joseph W.

Walker, who found him. He is said to have repeatedly called out the name "Reynolds" on the night before his death, though it is unclear to whom he was referring.

Some sources say that Poe's final words were, "Lord help my poor soul". Newspapers at the time reported Poe's death as "congestion of the brain" or "cerebral inflammation", common euphemisms for death from disreputable causes such as alcoholism.

Immediately after Poe's death, his literary rival Rufus Wilmot Griswold wrote a slanted high-profile obituary under a pseudonym, filled with falsehoods that cast him as a lunatic and a madman, and which described him as a person who "walked the streets, in madness or melancholy, with lips moving in indistinct curses, or with eyes upturned in passionate prayers, never for himself, for he felt, or professed to feel, that he was already damned ".

It was soon further published throughout the country. The piece began, "Edgar Allan Poe is dead. He died in Baltimore the day before yesterday. This announcement will startle many, but few will be grieved by it.

Griswold somehow became Poe's literary executor and attempted to destroy his enemy's reputation after his death. Griswold wrote a biographical article of Poe called "Memoir of the Author", which he included in an volume of the collected works.

There he depicted Poe as a depraved, drunken, drug-addled madman and included Poe's letters as evidence. For example, it is seriously disputed that Poe really was a drug addict.

This occurred in part because it was the only full biography available and was widely reprinted, and in part because readers thrilled at the thought of reading works by an "evil" man.

After Poe's death, Griswold convinced Poe's mother-in-law to sign away the rights to his works. Griswold went on to publish the collected works attached with his own fabricated biography of Poe that invented stories of his drunkenness, immorality and instability.

Poe's best known fiction works are Gothic , [90] adhering to the genre's conventions to appeal to the public taste.

Beyond horror, Poe also wrote satires , humor tales, and hoaxes. For comic effect, he used irony and ludicrous extravagance, often in an attempt to liberate the reader from cultural conformity.

Poe wrote much of his work using themes aimed specifically at mass-market tastes. Poe's writing reflects his literary theories, which he presented in his criticism and also in essays such as " The Poetic Principle ".

Works with obvious meanings, he wrote, cease to be art. Poe describes his method in writing "The Raven" in the essay " The Philosophy of Composition ", and he claims to have strictly followed this method.

It has been questioned whether he really followed this system, however. Eliot said: "It is difficult for us to read that essay without reflecting that if Poe plotted out his poem with such calculation, he might have taken a little more pains over it: the result hardly does credit to the method.

During his lifetime, Poe was mostly recognized as a literary critic. Fellow critic James Russell Lowell called him "the most discriminating, philosophical, and fearless critic upon imaginative works who has written in America", suggesting—rhetorically—that he occasionally used prussic acid instead of ink.

Poe accused Longfellow of "the heresy of the didactic", writing poetry that was preachy, derivative, and thematically plagiarized.

Poe was also known as a writer of fiction and became one of the first American authors of the 19th century to become more popular in Europe than in the United States.

Baudelaire's translations became definitive renditions of Poe's work throughout Europe. Poe's early detective fiction tales featuring C.

Auguste Dupin laid the groundwork for future detectives in literature. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle said, "Each [of Poe's detective stories] is a root from which a whole literature has developed Where was the detective story until Poe breathed the breath of life into it?

Wells noted, " Pym tells what a very intelligent mind could imagine about the south polar region a century ago". Traven , and David Morrell. Horror author and historian H.

Like many famous artists, Poe's works have spawned imitators. One of the most notable of these was Lizzie Doten , who published Poems from the Inner Life in , in which she claimed to have "received" new compositions by Poe's spirit.

The compositions were re-workings of famous Poe poems such as " The Bells ", but which reflected a new, positive outlook. Even so, Poe has received not only praise, but criticism as well.

This is partly because of the negative perception of his personal character and its influence upon his reputation.

It is believed that only twelve copies have survived of Poe's first book Tamerlane and Other Poems. Eureka: A Prose Poem , an essay written in , included a cosmological theory that presaged the Big Bang theory by 80 years, [] [] as well as the first plausible solution to Olbers' paradox.

In particular, Poe's suggestions ignored Newtonian principles regarding the density and rotation of planets.

Poe had a keen interest in cryptography. He had placed a notice of his abilities in the Philadelphia paper Alexander's Weekly Express Messenger , inviting submissions of ciphers which he proceeded to solve.

Capitalizing on public interest in the topic, he wrote " The Gold-Bug " incorporating ciphers as an essential part of the story. His keen analytical abilities, which were so evident in his detective stories, allowed him to see that the general public was largely ignorant of the methods by which a simple substitution cryptogram can be solved, and he used this to his advantage.

Two ciphers he published in under the name "W. Tyler" were not solved until and respectively. One was a quote from Joseph Addison 's play Cato ; the other is still unidentified.

Poe had an influence on cryptography beyond increasing public interest during his lifetime. William Friedman , America's foremost cryptologist, was heavily influenced by Poe.

The historical Edgar Allan Poe has appeared as a fictionalized character, often representing the "mad genius" or "tormented artist" and exploiting his personal struggles.

No childhood home of Poe is still standing, including the Allan family's Moldavia estate. The collection includes many items that Poe used during his time with the Allan family, and also features several rare first printings of Poe works.

Its upkeep is now overseen by a group of students and staff known as the Raven Society. Poe is believed to have lived in the home at the age of 23 when he first lived with Maria Clemm and Virginia as well as his grandmother and possibly his brother William Henry Leonard Poe.

Of the several homes that Poe, his wife Virginia, and his mother-in-law Maria rented in Philadelphia, only the last house has survived.

In Boston, a commemorative plaque on Boylston Street is several blocks away from the actual location of Poe's birth. In March , fundraising was completed for construction of a permanent memorial sculpture, known as " Poe Returning to Boston ," at this location.

The winning design by Stefanie Rocknak depicts a life-sized Poe striding against the wind, accompanied by a flying raven; his suitcase lid has fallen open, leaving a "paper trail" of literary works embedded in the sidewalk behind him.

A plaque suggests that Poe wrote "The Raven" here. In Fell's Point, Baltimore , a bar still stands where legend says that Poe was last seen drinking before his death.

Now known as "The Horse You Came in On", local lore insists that a ghost whom they call "Edgar" haunts the rooms above.

Early daguerreotypes of Poe continue to arouse great interest among literary historians. Between and , a bottle of cognac and three roses were left at Poe's original grave marker every January 19 by an unknown visitor affectionately referred to as the "Poe Toaster".

Sam Porpora was a historian at the Westminster Church in Baltimore where Poe is buried, and he claimed on August 15, that he had started the tradition in Porpora said that the tradition began in order to raise money and enhance the profile of the church.

His story has not been confirmed, [] and some details which he gave to the press are factually inaccurate. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

For other uses with the name Poe, see Poe disambiguation. This article is about the American writer. For a relative, see Edgar Allan Poe Maryland attorney general.

Virginia Eliza Clemm Poe. Main article: Death of Edgar Allan Poe. Main article: Poe Toaster. Main article: Edgar Allan Poe bibliography.

Charleston [SC]: History Press. The Trustees of Boston College. Archived from the original on July 30, Retrieved May 26, Retrieved January 1, Second Session, Commencing February 1st, Fordham: A History and Memoir.

New York: Fordham University Press, 22— Huffington Post. Retrieved July 23, March 31, Edgar Allan Poe: Rhetoric and Style.

Globe Newspaper Company. Archived from the original on June 3, Retrieved April 9, Forgotten Chapters of Boston's Literary History.

By the age of 13, Poe was a prolific poet, but his literary talents were discouraged by his headmaster and John Allan, who preferred that Poe follow him in the family business.

Preferring poetry over profits, Poe reportedly wrote poems on the back of some of Allan's business papers. Money was also an issue between Poe and John Allan.

Poe went to the University of Virginia in , where he excelled in his classes. However, he didn't receive enough funds from Allan to cover all of his costs.

Poe turned to gambling to cover the difference, but ended up in debt. Heartbroken and frustrated, Poe moved to Boston. In , around the time he published his first book, Poe joined the U.

Two years later, he learned that Frances Allan was dying of tuberculosis, but by the time he returned to Richmond she had already passed away.

Poe excelled at his studies at West Point, but he was kicked out after a year for his poor handling of his duties. During his time at West Point, Poe had fought with his foster father, who had remarried without telling him.

Some have speculated that Poe intentionally sought to be expelled to spite Allan, who eventually cut ties with Poe.

After leaving West Point, Poe published his third book and focused on writing full-time. In , John Allan died, leaving Poe out of his will, but providing for an illegitimate child Allan had never met.

Poe, who continued to struggle living in poverty, got a break when one of his short stories won a contest in the Baltimore Saturday Visiter.

He began to publish more short stories and in landed an editorial position with the Southern Literary Messenger in Richmond. Poe developed a reputation as a cut-throat critic, writing vicious reviews of his contemporaries.

His scathing critiques earned him the nickname the "Tomahawk Man. His tenure at the magazine proved short. Poe's aggressive-reviewing style and sometimes combative personality strained his relationship with the publication, and he left the magazine in His problems with alcohol also played a role in his departure, according to some reports.

In , Poe moved to New York City. There, he published a news story in The New York Sun about a balloon trip across the Atlantic Ocean that he later revealed to be a hoax.

His stunt grabbed attention, but it was his publication of "The Raven," in , which made Poe a literary sensation.

That same year, Poe found himself under attack for his stinging criticisms of fellow poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Poe claimed that Longfellow, a widely popular literary figure, was a plagiarist, which resulted in a backlash against Poe.

Despite his success and popularity as a writer, Poe continued to struggle financially and he advocated for higher wages for writers and an international copyright law.

From to , Poe lived in Baltimore, where his father was born, with his aunt Maria Clemm and her daughter, his cousin Virginia. He began to devote his attention to Virginia, who became his literary inspiration as well as his love interest.

The couple married in when she was only 13 years old. Poe was overcome by grief following her death, and although he continued to work, he suffered from poor health and struggled financially until his death in Poe self-published his first book, Tamerlane and Other Poems , in As a critic at the Southern Literary Messenger in Richmond from to , Poe published some of his own works in the magazine, including two parts of his only novel, The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym.

In late s, Poe published Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque , a collection of short stories. In it, the narrator, a one-time animal lover, becomes an alcoholic who begins abusing his wife and black cat.

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He left Graham's and attempted to find a new position, for a time angling for a government post. He returned to New York where he worked briefly at the Evening Mirror before becoming editor of the Broadway Journal , and later its owner.

Nearby, Poe befriended the Jesuits at St. John's College, now Fordham University. Poe was increasingly unstable after his wife's death.

Their engagement failed, purportedly because of Poe's drinking and erratic behavior. There is also strong evidence that Whitman's mother intervened and did much to derail their relationship.

On October 3, , Poe was found delirious on the streets of Baltimore, "in great distress, and… in need of immediate assistance", according to Joseph W.

Walker, who found him. He is said to have repeatedly called out the name "Reynolds" on the night before his death, though it is unclear to whom he was referring.

Some sources say that Poe's final words were, "Lord help my poor soul". Newspapers at the time reported Poe's death as "congestion of the brain" or "cerebral inflammation", common euphemisms for death from disreputable causes such as alcoholism.

Immediately after Poe's death, his literary rival Rufus Wilmot Griswold wrote a slanted high-profile obituary under a pseudonym, filled with falsehoods that cast him as a lunatic and a madman, and which described him as a person who "walked the streets, in madness or melancholy, with lips moving in indistinct curses, or with eyes upturned in passionate prayers, never for himself, for he felt, or professed to feel, that he was already damned ".

It was soon further published throughout the country. The piece began, "Edgar Allan Poe is dead. He died in Baltimore the day before yesterday. This announcement will startle many, but few will be grieved by it.

Griswold somehow became Poe's literary executor and attempted to destroy his enemy's reputation after his death. Griswold wrote a biographical article of Poe called "Memoir of the Author", which he included in an volume of the collected works.

There he depicted Poe as a depraved, drunken, drug-addled madman and included Poe's letters as evidence.

For example, it is seriously disputed that Poe really was a drug addict. This occurred in part because it was the only full biography available and was widely reprinted, and in part because readers thrilled at the thought of reading works by an "evil" man.

After Poe's death, Griswold convinced Poe's mother-in-law to sign away the rights to his works. Griswold went on to publish the collected works attached with his own fabricated biography of Poe that invented stories of his drunkenness, immorality and instability.

Poe's best known fiction works are Gothic , [90] adhering to the genre's conventions to appeal to the public taste. Beyond horror, Poe also wrote satires , humor tales, and hoaxes.

For comic effect, he used irony and ludicrous extravagance, often in an attempt to liberate the reader from cultural conformity. Poe wrote much of his work using themes aimed specifically at mass-market tastes.

Poe's writing reflects his literary theories, which he presented in his criticism and also in essays such as " The Poetic Principle ".

Works with obvious meanings, he wrote, cease to be art. Poe describes his method in writing "The Raven" in the essay " The Philosophy of Composition ", and he claims to have strictly followed this method.

It has been questioned whether he really followed this system, however. Eliot said: "It is difficult for us to read that essay without reflecting that if Poe plotted out his poem with such calculation, he might have taken a little more pains over it: the result hardly does credit to the method.

During his lifetime, Poe was mostly recognized as a literary critic. Fellow critic James Russell Lowell called him "the most discriminating, philosophical, and fearless critic upon imaginative works who has written in America", suggesting—rhetorically—that he occasionally used prussic acid instead of ink.

Poe accused Longfellow of "the heresy of the didactic", writing poetry that was preachy, derivative, and thematically plagiarized.

Poe was also known as a writer of fiction and became one of the first American authors of the 19th century to become more popular in Europe than in the United States.

Baudelaire's translations became definitive renditions of Poe's work throughout Europe. Poe's early detective fiction tales featuring C.

Auguste Dupin laid the groundwork for future detectives in literature. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle said, "Each [of Poe's detective stories] is a root from which a whole literature has developed Where was the detective story until Poe breathed the breath of life into it?

Wells noted, " Pym tells what a very intelligent mind could imagine about the south polar region a century ago". Traven , and David Morrell.

Horror author and historian H. Like many famous artists, Poe's works have spawned imitators. One of the most notable of these was Lizzie Doten , who published Poems from the Inner Life in , in which she claimed to have "received" new compositions by Poe's spirit.

The compositions were re-workings of famous Poe poems such as " The Bells ", but which reflected a new, positive outlook.

Even so, Poe has received not only praise, but criticism as well. This is partly because of the negative perception of his personal character and its influence upon his reputation.

It is believed that only twelve copies have survived of Poe's first book Tamerlane and Other Poems. Eureka: A Prose Poem , an essay written in , included a cosmological theory that presaged the Big Bang theory by 80 years, [] [] as well as the first plausible solution to Olbers' paradox.

In particular, Poe's suggestions ignored Newtonian principles regarding the density and rotation of planets.

Poe had a keen interest in cryptography. He had placed a notice of his abilities in the Philadelphia paper Alexander's Weekly Express Messenger , inviting submissions of ciphers which he proceeded to solve.

Capitalizing on public interest in the topic, he wrote " The Gold-Bug " incorporating ciphers as an essential part of the story. His keen analytical abilities, which were so evident in his detective stories, allowed him to see that the general public was largely ignorant of the methods by which a simple substitution cryptogram can be solved, and he used this to his advantage.

Two ciphers he published in under the name "W. Tyler" were not solved until and respectively. One was a quote from Joseph Addison 's play Cato ; the other is still unidentified.

Poe had an influence on cryptography beyond increasing public interest during his lifetime. William Friedman , America's foremost cryptologist, was heavily influenced by Poe.

The historical Edgar Allan Poe has appeared as a fictionalized character, often representing the "mad genius" or "tormented artist" and exploiting his personal struggles.

No childhood home of Poe is still standing, including the Allan family's Moldavia estate. The collection includes many items that Poe used during his time with the Allan family, and also features several rare first printings of Poe works.

Its upkeep is now overseen by a group of students and staff known as the Raven Society. Poe is believed to have lived in the home at the age of 23 when he first lived with Maria Clemm and Virginia as well as his grandmother and possibly his brother William Henry Leonard Poe.

Of the several homes that Poe, his wife Virginia, and his mother-in-law Maria rented in Philadelphia, only the last house has survived.

In Boston, a commemorative plaque on Boylston Street is several blocks away from the actual location of Poe's birth. In March , fundraising was completed for construction of a permanent memorial sculpture, known as " Poe Returning to Boston ," at this location.

The winning design by Stefanie Rocknak depicts a life-sized Poe striding against the wind, accompanied by a flying raven; his suitcase lid has fallen open, leaving a "paper trail" of literary works embedded in the sidewalk behind him.

A plaque suggests that Poe wrote "The Raven" here. In Fell's Point, Baltimore , a bar still stands where legend says that Poe was last seen drinking before his death.

Now known as "The Horse You Came in On", local lore insists that a ghost whom they call "Edgar" haunts the rooms above. Early daguerreotypes of Poe continue to arouse great interest among literary historians.

Between and , a bottle of cognac and three roses were left at Poe's original grave marker every January 19 by an unknown visitor affectionately referred to as the "Poe Toaster".

Sam Porpora was a historian at the Westminster Church in Baltimore where Poe is buried, and he claimed on August 15, that he had started the tradition in Porpora said that the tradition began in order to raise money and enhance the profile of the church.

His story has not been confirmed, [] and some details which he gave to the press are factually inaccurate. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

For other uses with the name Poe, see Poe disambiguation. This article is about the American writer.

For a relative, see Edgar Allan Poe Maryland attorney general. Virginia Eliza Clemm Poe. Main article: Death of Edgar Allan Poe.

Main article: Poe Toaster. Main article: Edgar Allan Poe bibliography. Charleston [SC]: History Press. The Trustees of Boston College.

Archived from the original on July 30, Retrieved May 26, Retrieved January 1, Second Session, Commencing February 1st, Fordham: A History and Memoir.

New York: Fordham University Press, 22— Huffington Post. Retrieved July 23, March 31, Edgar Allan Poe: Rhetoric and Style.

Globe Newspaper Company. Archived from the original on June 3, Retrieved April 9, Forgotten Chapters of Boston's Literary History.

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Groundspeak, Inc. Archived from the original on May 15, Retrieved May 11, The City Record, and Boston News-letter. Archived from the original on July 10, February 1, Archived from the original on April 30, In , around the time he published his first book, Poe joined the U.

Two years later, he learned that Frances Allan was dying of tuberculosis, but by the time he returned to Richmond she had already passed away.

Poe excelled at his studies at West Point, but he was kicked out after a year for his poor handling of his duties. During his time at West Point, Poe had fought with his foster father, who had remarried without telling him.

Some have speculated that Poe intentionally sought to be expelled to spite Allan, who eventually cut ties with Poe. After leaving West Point, Poe published his third book and focused on writing full-time.

In , John Allan died, leaving Poe out of his will, but providing for an illegitimate child Allan had never met.

Poe, who continued to struggle living in poverty, got a break when one of his short stories won a contest in the Baltimore Saturday Visiter.

He began to publish more short stories and in landed an editorial position with the Southern Literary Messenger in Richmond. Poe developed a reputation as a cut-throat critic, writing vicious reviews of his contemporaries.

His scathing critiques earned him the nickname the "Tomahawk Man. His tenure at the magazine proved short. Poe's aggressive-reviewing style and sometimes combative personality strained his relationship with the publication, and he left the magazine in His problems with alcohol also played a role in his departure, according to some reports.

In , Poe moved to New York City. There, he published a news story in The New York Sun about a balloon trip across the Atlantic Ocean that he later revealed to be a hoax.

His stunt grabbed attention, but it was his publication of "The Raven," in , which made Poe a literary sensation.

That same year, Poe found himself under attack for his stinging criticisms of fellow poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

Poe claimed that Longfellow, a widely popular literary figure, was a plagiarist, which resulted in a backlash against Poe. Despite his success and popularity as a writer, Poe continued to struggle financially and he advocated for higher wages for writers and an international copyright law.

From to , Poe lived in Baltimore, where his father was born, with his aunt Maria Clemm and her daughter, his cousin Virginia. He began to devote his attention to Virginia, who became his literary inspiration as well as his love interest.

The couple married in when she was only 13 years old. Poe was overcome by grief following her death, and although he continued to work, he suffered from poor health and struggled financially until his death in Poe self-published his first book, Tamerlane and Other Poems , in As a critic at the Southern Literary Messenger in Richmond from to , Poe published some of his own works in the magazine, including two parts of his only novel, The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym.

In late s, Poe published Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque , a collection of short stories. In it, the narrator, a one-time animal lover, becomes an alcoholic who begins abusing his wife and black cat.

The story was later included in the short story collection, Tales by Edgar Allan Poe. Later in his career, Poe continued to work in different forms, examining his own methodology and writing in general in several essays, including "The Philosophy of Composition," "The Poetic Principle" and "The Rationale of Verse.

Poe died on October 7, His final days remain somewhat of a mystery. Poe left Richmond on September 27, , and was supposedly on his way to Philadelphia.

On October 3, he was found in Baltimore in great distress. Poe was taken to Washington College Hospital, where he died four days later.

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