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Poetry for Young People Edgar Allan Poe

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Ch poem to establish context and aid interpretation 13 of Poe's accessible poems appear here including The Raven' The Bells' Eldorado' and Annabel Lee'concludes with passages from short stories that highlight Poe's mastery of proseCobleigh provides atmospheri This was a good way to revisit EAP's poetry and ask myself what kind of asentimental morose oddkid I must've been to have loved him when I was in elementary school Now I guess it provides a way to make his poems accessible to a young audience Refined Tastes short Transforming Students stories that highlight Poe's mastery of proseCobleigh provides atmospheri This was a good way to revisit EAP's poetry and ask myself what kind of asentimental morose oddkid I must've been to have loved him when I was in elementary Sociology of Higher Education school Now I guess it provides a way to make his poems accessible to a young audience

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C art an arresting picture of The Raven' a cadaverous ghoul in The Bells' and a depiction of the narrator of The Tell Tale Heart' as a deranged Wee Willy Winky Kirkus Reviews creepy unnerving chilling and fascinating Buzz Weekly 48 pages all in color 8 12 x 1 I wasn't a particular big fan of Edgar Allan Poe but uite a number of years ago I had a friend who was I decided to give Poe another chance Some of his works actually became favorites of mine I even memorized his poem Bells This book rekindled my interest in Poe I especially appreciated the introduction which gave me some insights into his life which helps me appreciate his works Refined Tastes some insights into his life which helps me appreciate his works

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Gr 5 Upspacious format; a wide variety of poems; and colorful interpretive illustrations SLJ The format is admirable a handsome sampler of poems with a short introductory essay unfamiliar words briefly defined in footnotes and a few prefatory sentences for ea In honor of Edgar Allan Poe's birthday our local library had a display of some of his books I found this book and thought that perhaps it might be a good introduction for our girls I knew that he had died young but when I read the introduction I was reminded of the fact that he died at the age of forty Having reached that milestone recently myself I was reminded a bit of my own mortality Ah the melancholy and macabre poems are getting to me I was a little surprised at how graphic the descriptions of the poems were The poems themselves while somewhat gloomy could be taken in stride but I found myself explaining that his stories were often horrific and scary and that his works tended to have a dark theme We would only read one or two poems each night as I didn't want our girls to have nightmares I was a bit uneasy explaining about The Pit and the Pendulum and The Cask of Amontillado for example Our oldest took it in stride and seems to be fascinated with the spookiness of the tales Perhaps she's almost ready for some RL Stine But our youngest really didn't like the book at all Still I thought it was an interesting collection of his work and overall I was glad that we were able to read some of his poems and bits of his stories together