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Poe, Edgar Allen,: 10 Titel / 1. Meistererzählungen, Berlin u.a., Deutsche Buch-Gemeinschaft,, 1964.
DABEI: Poe, Edgar Allan - Grube und Pendel und andere Erzählungen (Frankfurt, Insel Verlag,, 1979, ISBN 3458320628, 1. Auflage, Nachwort Franz Rottensteiner, Illustrationen Harry Clarke, 296 S., Taschenbuch, sehr leichte Gebrauchsspuren, recht gutes Ex.------------------- DABEI: Poe, Edgar Allan - Der Untergang des Hauses Usher (Erzählung) 1. Auflage, Zürich, Diogenes Verlag,, 1965, 76 S. Orig.pappband; (= Diogenes Min-Tb V), Einband leicht berieben, gutes Ex., Format 7,2x6,8cm) -------------- DABEI: Poe, Edgar Allan - Aus den Tiefen der Seele : Phantast. Geschichten. [Ausgew. u. bearb. von Fritz Levi. Ill. von Vladimir Kirin] (Wiesbaden : Verl. Der Greif, [1964], 413 S. , gr. 8 Leinen, OUmschlag (dieser etwas angerändert), gut) (Lit.) -------------- DABEI: Edgar Allan Poe - Erzählungen (Rütten & Loening Berlin, 1985, 6. Auflage, 465 S., Leinen, gutes Ex., Nachwort von Günter Kunert) [Bibliothek der Weltliteratur] --------------- DABEI: Poe, Edgar Allan - Erzählungen in zwei 2 Bänden. Mit den Zeichnungen von Alfred Kubin. aus dem Amerikanischen von Hedda Eulenberg (Frankfurt, Büchergilde Gutenberg, 1966, 433/435 S., Leinenbände, Umschlag hinten eingeklebt, gr. 8°. sonst gut) (Literatur) -------- Poe, Edgar Allan - Phantastische Geschichten (Illustriert v. Alfred Kubin) (Bayreuth, Gondrom, 2002, 640 S., Hardcover, min. Gebr.spuren) ---------------- DABEI: Poe, Edgar Allan - Erzählungen. Aus dem Amerikanischen (München, Winkler, 1971, 748 Seiten. Leinen mit Schutzumschlag, gutes Ex. (= Winkler Weltliteratur) ------------- DABEI: Poe, Edgar Allen - Die Abenteuer eines gewissen Hans Pfaall Unheimliche und phantastische Erzählungen (Verlag/Neues Leben Berlin 1977, 346 S. Illustrationen von Carl Hoffmann. Leineneinband, Originalumschlag, geringe Gebr.spuren, ; 1. Auflage, Mit einem Nachwort von Horst Ihde)

1. Auflage, 787 S., 9 Abbildungen v. Alfred Kubin, ausgew. u. eingel. v. G. Böckel, neu übertragen v. H. u. C. Wiemken, Halbleder, Rücken gebräunt, Dünndruckausgabe, gut,

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Alfons Schweiggert: Edgar Allan Poe und König Ludwig II. EOS Verlag,Okt 2008 ISBN: 9783830673477
Eine sensationelle Entdeckung zum 200. Geburtstag von Edgar Allan PoeFür ein nur einstündiges Gespräch mit dem amerikanischen Kultautor Edgar Allan Poe, ein Mythos schon zu Lebzeiten, wollte der legendäre König Ludwig II. von Bayern seinen Thron geben.Was war der Grund dafür Erstmals wird die mystische Geistes- und Seelenverwandtschaft der beiden genialen Persönlichkeiten aufgedeckt.Der legendenumwobene Bayernkönig entdeckte als einer der ersten in Deutschland das Werk des genialen amerikanischen Dichters und Magiers des Phantastischen und Abgründigen. Er schwärmte von Poe als einem Juwel und einem der größten Menschen, die je geboren wurden. Für ein einstündiges Gespräch mit Poe wollte er seinen Thron geben. Dies verwundert nicht, wenn man das Schicksal Edgar Allan Poes mit dem Ludwigs vergleicht. Die Ähnlichkeiten, auch hinsichtlich der künstlerischen Auffassung beider, sind geradezu frappierend.Für Charles Baudelaire war Edgar Allan Poe ein neuer Heiliger in der Gesellschaft der erlauchten Unglückseligen . Auch Ludwig II. darf diesem Kreis durchaus zugerechnet werden. Erstaunlicherweise wurde bislang auf die faszinierende enge geistig-seelische Beziehung beider weder in der Literatur über Poe noch in der über Ludwig II. auch nur mit einem Wort eingegangen.

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[SW: Ludwig II., König von Bayern, Poe, Edgar Allan]

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Anja Frank: Edgar Allan Poe: Interpretation of his poem "The Raven" GRIN Verlag GmbH,Jun 2009 ISBN: 9783640342501
Seminar paper from the year 2006 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 1,2, Ernst Moritz Arndt University of Greifswald (Anglistik/ Amerikanistik), course: Proseminar: American Poetry, language: English, abstract: Analyse des Gedichtes 'The Raven' geschrieben von Edgar Allan Poe. (In Englisch)Seminar paper from the year 2006 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 1,2, Ernst Moritz Arndt University of Greifswald (Anglistik/ Amerikanistik), course: Proseminar: American Poetry, language: English, abstract: The power of literature is a great one indeed. It absorbs us, transforms our environment, changes our way of thinking. For a moment we are able to live another life, try different opportunities and imagine fantastic worlds. Especially poems seem to touch us within our deepest soul. A poem can often say things that might never be said in any other way. It gives us goose bumps and butterflies in our stomach; it makes us cry, makes us laugh, makes us feel better- makes us think. Poetry expresses not only love, or disgust, but also giddy elation, mild bemusement, wild imagination and any other feelings we can or cannot imagine. Throughout the years many authors have expressed their opinions, hopes and critics in magazines, in books filled with pages and pages of poetry. Nevertheless some of them clearly stand out with their life and their work. Some of them are authors that made great contributions to the world of literature and that are still unforgotten. One of them is Edgar Allan Poe. Edgar Allan Poe did not only have a great influence on the development of horror and fantasy genres, he also stands (with Mary Shelley) for a new strain in literary Romanticism, later called Gothic. Poe is known as the father of the American short story and the detective story, but furthermore he wrote wonderful pieces of poetry. (Magistrale 2001: xiii) Tony Magistrale writes in his book Student Companion to Edgar Allan Poe : Poe was one of those rare literary geniuses who not only labored successfully in multiple genres- poetry, fiction, the essay- but also went on to contribute significantly to defining and exploring the fullest range of possibilities inherent in these genres. (Magistrale 2001: xii) One of his most famous poems that spread out through the world and got translated into many languages is The Raven . This essay offers a summary and an interpretation of The Raven and tries to respect Poe s own analysis in The Philosophy of Composition . Nevertheless, when reading or analyzing a poem it is always profitable to read about the life of the poet, too. Some of his biographical facts may be the link to understand his way of writing. That s why this essay also deals with Edgar Allan Poe s life and the time he grew up.

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Felix Kremser: Edgar Allan Poe's Literary Theory and its Application in "The Fall of the House of Usher" GRIN Verlag GmbH,Mrz 2010 ISBN: 9783640551545
Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 1,3, Ernst Moritz Arndt University of Greifswald, course: North American Short Stories, language: English, abstract: Edgar Allan Poe s name is related to the American short story like none other in the history of American Literature. While Washington Irving is commonly seen as the creator of the short story, Edgar Allan Poe is regarded as the first to have realised its potential and the first to have created an aesthetical theory of the short story. This theory though, especially Poe s depiction of the skilful artist and his/her perfect way of creating art, gave rise to many heated discussions, which strongly shaped the image of Poe. Thus he is likely to be seen as the cold-blooded, emotionally unaffected author who creates art on demand, contriving compositions with an unparalleled precision and brilliancy. Many critics therefore rather based their criticism on the life and the person of Edgar Allan Poe, instead of his contributions to the development of literature. This work strictly wants to avoid to draw any populist parallels between the author Poe and the person Poe.The first part of this term paper therefore deals with Poe s literary theory as such. I will focus mainly on Poe s major concerns of effect and the genres of poetry and prose. Furthermore I will pose the question, what is the actual matter of Poe s theory, is it a profound concept or just a vague and hasty response to Emerson s The Poet , with the mere purpose of provoking his contemporaries and thus to get attention Since the formulation of a theory always raises the question of its applicability, especially on the part of its originator, the second part will scrutinise to what extent Edgar Allan Poe stuck to his own principles. Is there a discrepancy between theory and practice in the work of Edgar Allan Poe, and if so how can this be explained His short story The Fall of the House of Usher will provide the paradigm, as it is in general, and even by Poe himself, considered one of his masterpieces. It is not the intention of said scrutiny to develop an overall-interpretation of the story, furthermore, the presented conclusions, drawn from the story s symbolism, do not claim exclusiveness, they rather present possible ways of reading next to which other perspectives can coexist with just the same plausibility.

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