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The first posthumous collection of Poe's works was compiled in and included a memoir from Rufus Wilmot Griswold , but this did not confine itself to his tales of suspense and related tales. Several collections of Poe's prose and poetry followed. The title of this collection was then adopted by Padraic Colum in in view of the growing reputation of Poe's taste for suspense, especially in the context of what his French critic M. Brunetiere called events "on the margin" of life. In his introduction to the edition Colum cites a reason for his adoption of this selection: his opinion that "tales" as opposed to "short stories" were so short that they tended to lack descriptions of socially important experiences. Colum's collection of Poe's tales was published as a book specifically aimed at the general reading public by the influential publishing house of Geoffrey Newnes Ltd. The version of Tales of Mystery and Imagination has been reproduced many times since under this same title by several publishers across the world for over years, and Colum's selection of tales forms the backbone of subsequent versions under this same name.
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Tutte le tracce portano gli omonimi titoli dei racconti dello scrittore Edgar Allan Poe. La canzone To One in Paradise ha l'arpeggio iniziale delle strofe che appare molto simile alla canzone Inside and Out composta un anno dopo dai Genesis , presente nell' Extended play Spot the Pigeon unico caso in questo senso., This content was uploaded by our users and we assume good faith they have the permission to share this book. If you own the copyright to this book and it is wrongfully on our website, we offer a simple DMCA procedure to remove your content from our site.
Tragedy struck Edgar Allan Poe very early in life his father abandoned the family when he was just one year old and his mother died of consumption a year later. Although they never formally adopted him, the Allans did give him the name Edgar Allan Poe. Poe attended school in England from until In he went to the recently-opened University of Virginia. In , he started work as an editor for the Southern Literary Messenger.