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Cuentos ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☉ Cuentos ✩ Author Edgar Allan Poe – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Edgar Allan Poe hizo lo que ning n escritor norteamericano hab a hecho antes liberar las terribles im genes que atesora el subconsciente para dejarlas caminar en sus p ginas Ligeia, La ca da de la Cas Edgar Allan Poe hizo lo que ning n escritor norteamericano hab a hecho antes liberar las terribles im genes que atesora el subconsciente para dejarlas caminar en sus p ginas Ligeia, La ca da de la Casa Usher, El escarabajo de oro, El hombre de la multitud, La carta robada o La m scara de la Muerte Roja llevan el suspense y el desasosiego hasta una perfecci n jam s alcanzada.


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  1. Amin Abootalebi Yazdi Amin Abootalebi Yazdi says:

    Poe s work was always so dear to me because of two reasons one of narration and another of a linguistic one The narration, story, plot, character, and form, all serve the darkness in his works You ll see wicked people, sinister intentions, and dark pasts like we would see in our own lives.And the language he uses is simply magnificent For someone like me, who happened to find his book in his early stages of learning the English language, although the text was too complicated, it helped me un Poe s work was always so dear to me because of two reasons one of narration and another of a linguistic one The narration, story, plot, character, and form, all serve the darkness in his works You ll see wicked people, sinister intentions, and dark pasts like we would see in our own lives.And the language he uses is simply magnificent For someone like me, who happened to find his book in his early stages of learning the English language, although the text was too complicated, it helped me understand my mania for languages No matter how fluent you are, this book has lots of words and expressions to teach you If you have a thing for metaphors, this book will amaze you And if you re in for rhymes and cadence, you ll be astonished that, even though it s a type of prose, you re reading, but there s certain music to its sentences.I believe, for one who s a learner and a writer, this book should be in his biblical shelf all the time


  2. Aya Aya says:

    I don t think I enjoyed this one.


  3. Nazia Nazia says:

    After reading Frankenstein, I thought horror stories of the 1800s were not for me Until I read Mr Edgar Allan Poe.


  4. livvingitup livvingitup says:

    Edgar Allen Poe is a literary geniusHis prose is frightening, chilling and eerily atmospheric His language choices only further enriched the atmosphere that he constructed with precision and mastery and the setting were vividly imagined They were so richly illustrated that I was almost afraid myself to venture into them Poe is a writer that deserves so muchcredit and praise for the gift he had for nothing will feel like this anthology does The stories themselves may have initially bee Edgar Allen Poe is a literary geniusHis prose is frightening, chilling and eerily atmospheric His language choices only further enriched the atmosphere that he constructed with precision and mastery and the setting were vividly imagined They were so richly illustrated that I was almost afraid myself to venture into them Poe is a writer that deserves so muchcredit and praise for the gift he had for nothing will feel like this anthology does The stories themselves may have initially been a struggle to completely invest myself in but once I did I was utterly swept away I was enthralled by the peculiar storylines and nothing could have prepared me each of the endings They were all completely unique and unexpected, and raisedquestions than they answered I was often left shaken to my core and was left gaping at the final words Agatha Christie is the only writer who has ever had this effect on me and it was almost as if Death had gifted them the same morbid gift of writing Overall, Edgar Allen Poe is a brutal writer and wasn t afraid to dabble with sorcery and create stories that should ve stayed in the depths of Hell They were dark and often had me question my own morals and fleeting mortality Alas, it was darkness I didn t want to be led out of I wanted to revel with the demons on Poe s mind


  5. Johnny Johnny says:

    When I picked up this book, it was intended to be a reread But I realized very quickly that there were a number of stories in this collection I had never read What can one say about Poe Each time I approach his work, I walk away with something else While not associated with humorous writing, I found many of these stories to be very funny Dark in theme, but farcical as well.The Eichenberg illustrations are absolutely gorgeous If you have a chance to find this edition in a bookstore, take a When I picked up this book, it was intended to be a reread But I realized very quickly that there were a number of stories in this collection I had never read What can one say about Poe Each time I approach his work, I walk away with something else While not associated with humorous writing, I found many of these stories to be very funny Dark in theme, but farcical as well.The Eichenberg illustrations are absolutely gorgeous If you have a chance to find this edition in a bookstore, take a look


  6. Erika Erika says:

    Finally I m finally done with this book Mr Poe, you really can be quite insufferable at times Way too descriptive writing to the point it felt he was just throwing filler fodder at us to increase the page numbers Abrupt endings all around, tiring soliloquies I was reading the Spanish version not the best translation ever, to be honest , so perhaps the reading experience would have been muchenjoyable if I had the text s original version Maybe I just don t get Poe, maybe it s the g Finally I m finally done with this book Mr Poe, you really can be quite insufferable at times Way too descriptive writing to the point it felt he was just throwing filler fodder at us to increase the page numbers Abrupt endings all around, tiring soliloquies I was reading the Spanish version not the best translation ever, to be honest , so perhaps the reading experience would have been muchenjoyable if I had the text s original version Maybe I just don t get Poe, maybe it s the generational gap or something, I don t know


  7. blake blake says:

    I mean, it s Poe What do you want expect If you like Poe, this is Poe If you don t like Poe, this is still Poe Poe est Apart from the usual suspects Cask , Heart , Usher , some slightly rarer entries, like The Gold Bug which is basically a shaggy dog cipher story and much rarer entries like Berenice , A Descent into the Maelstr m and the Fight Club presaging William Wilson The Gold Bug starts out with a typical Poe hero , a man with an obsession telling his weird story to a I mean, it s Poe What do you want expect If you like Poe, this is Poe If you don t like Poe, this is still Poe Poe est Apart from the usual suspects Cask , Heart , Usher , some slightly rarer entries, like The Gold Bug which is basically a shaggy dog cipher story and much rarer entries like Berenice , A Descent into the Maelstr m and the Fight Club presaging William Wilson The Gold Bug starts out with a typical Poe hero , a man with an obsession telling his weird story to a disbelieving narrator It gets supernaturalor does it But the story s conclusion literally walks the reader through a substitution cipher, which seems charmingly quaint in this day and age Berenice is the story, essentially, of a sociopath who has an ardent lover the eponymous Berenice but only has eyes for her teeth Add in a little premature burial, and you got yourself a creepy story William Wilson is the story of a dissolute man who s plagued by his doppleganger, the denouement of which was pretty obvious, and basically spelled out from go , which makes me wonder if it s just this latter year awareness of plot devices that makes it obvious, or maybe this is why the story doesn t make it into the collections very often Maelstrom is another rare entry which reminded me heavily of a scene from one of the Pirates of the Caribbean, which got me to thinking about the impact of CGI on horror I think practical movie effects had a distinct effect on horror of the 80s and 90s, and I wonder now to what degree authors and readers think in terms of what they ve seen in modern movies.Idle thoughts as I contemplate the remaining books under P I have the complete two volume Poe, which is going to be daunting given the amount of Latin and French, two volumes of Proust oy , and Pynchon oy oy.The cover of the book makes it look a little like a younger reader s adaptation, but it doesn t appear to be edited in any way The interior drawings are fairly cheap scribbles


  8. Bilge Bilge says:

    I normally define myself as not a tale person Tales are so short and so cursory to me However, Edgar Alan Poe is obviously a master spooky mind of tales and I felt sincere envy of his dark intelligence while I was reading them So, The Gold Bug and Murders In The Rue Morgue are my favorites.


  9. katja katja says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here While reading Edgar Allan Poe s stories I was at the same time frightened and astonished He is, by all means, the Master of horror and creepiness The Masque of the Red Death is a novella in which all the elements mentioned above appear The novella deals with the time period of the bubonic plague when no one was actually safe Although there was no escape, a young prince called Prospero thought he could deceive death He organized a ball in order to forget the misfortune outside of his castle While reading Edgar Allan Poe s stories I was at the same time frightened and astonished He is, by all means, the Master of horror and creepiness The Masque of the Red Death is a novella in which all the elements mentioned above appear The novella deals with the time period of the bubonic plague when no one was actually safe Although there was no escape, a young prince called Prospero thought he could deceive death He organized a ball in order to forget the misfortune outside of his castle Never the less, he was wrong, for no one could avoid death no matter how hard he tried.It is especially interesting to read the detailed description of the rooms in the castle and the magical influence of colours, which symbolically represent life and death Death is symbolised by the person behind the red masque who dances all the time in all rooms Everyone is quietly thinking about the unusual masque and the complete horror happens at midnight when death strikes and the guests suddenly start to die The whole atmosphere is intensed by the interior of the black room where death keeps striking and finally takes Prospero s life as well


  10. Kat In The Hat Kat In The Hat says:

    Favorites MetzengersteinMorellaThe Fall of the House of UsherThe Tell Tale HeartThe Black CatThe Cask of Amontillado


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