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  • Published: Toronto ; London : Bantam, 1982.
  • Year Published: 1982
  • Description: viii, 419 p. ; 18 cm.
  • Language: English
  • Format: Book

Reading Level

  • Lexile: 1350

ISBN/Standard Number

  • 0553212281 (pbk.)
  • 0553210653 (pbk.) :


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The tell-tale heart and other writings

by Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849.

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Call number: Fiction

Available Copies: Pittsfield Adult, Traverwood Adult

Additional Details

Poems: -- Stanzas -- Romance -- To Helen -- Israfel -- City in the sea -- Sleeper -- Valley of unrest -- Lenore -- Raven -- A valentine -- Ulalume, a ballad -- For Annie -- Annabel Lee -- Bells -- Alone.

Tell-tale heart -- Black cat -- Cask of Amontillado -- Fall of the House of Usher -- Masque of the red death -- Facts in the case of M. Valdemar -- Ligeia -- Murders in the Rue Morgue -- Purloined letter -- A descent into the Maelstr├Âm -- Pit and the pendulum -- Ms. found in a bottle -- Premature burial -- William Wilson -- Eleonora -- Silence, a fable -- Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym.

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Tell Tale Heart

I read the Tell Tale Heart in English class and it was really weird and creepy. I thought it was strange, but it had some goo d literary elements lie repetition and symbolism.

None Sing So Wildly Well

"None sing so wildly well / As the angel Israfel" - thus sings Poe himself in "Israfel," one of my all-time favorite poems. It is unusual to find that poem in a selected works collection, so I'm delighted to see it in here. It also has my favorite Poe story, "Ligeia." A wonderful selection of haunting works by a haunted writer.

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