Edgar Allan Poe

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Rappler
How Philippine presidential candidates turn up on Googlecompletely different, however, for Poe. The search results are a combination of
How Philippine presidential candidates turn up on Google
Rappler / Posted yesterday
completely different, however, for Poe. The search results are a combination of webpages about American writer Edgar Allan Poe as well as Path of Exile, a role-playing game. There was nothing about the senator on the first page, even... Read more
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The Rocket
Theatre department examines Edgar Allan Poe’s decline of sanity Theatre major Kristina Streno, alum Ethan Rochow and theatre major Emily Dani
Theatre department examines Edgar Allan Poe’s decline of sanity
The Rocket / Posted 4 days ago
Theatre major Kristina Streno, alum Ethan Rochow and theatre major Emily Daning rehearse "Nightfall" in the Sheehy Theater in the basement of the Maltby Building. April 28, 2016 On... Read more
4d
Loveland Reporter-Herald
Johnny-come-lately has been around a while"But it's Johnny Comelately, ain't it,you? Said a young mizzan topman." Briggs
Johnny-come-lately has been around a while
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 4 days ago
"But it's Johnny Comelately, ain't it,you? Said a young mizzan topman." Briggs' other claim to fame was that he gave Edgar Allan Poe a job on his short-lived magazine, the Broadway Journal, in 1845. "Johnny" is a generic term for a "guy"... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Retired football coach Marv Levy feeds the poet insidestarted writing his own, always the rhyming kind. "When I first started readin
Retired football coach Marv Levy feeds the poet inside
Chicago Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
started writing his own, always the rhyming kind. "When I first started reading poetry," he said, "all the poets I read — Edgar Allan Poe, Oliver Wendell Holmes, John Greenleaf Whittier — were rhyme poets. That's what captured me." Before... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Pop Life: Royalty check: Prince in printImp of the Perverse by Barney Hoskyns (1988) NME journalist Hoskyns took his t
Pop Life: Royalty check: Prince in print
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 7 days ago
Imp of the Perverse by Barney Hoskyns (1988) NME journalist Hoskyns took his title from an Edgar Allan Poe story. Looking at the first decade of the diminutive man from Minneapolis's career, the book grew out of Hoskyn's travels with Prince on the... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
‘I exited Prince’s Mayfair suite feeling like a mouse savaged by a particularly fiendish cat’near the title of my 1988 biography Imp of the Perverse. (I’ll leave you to ima
‘I exited Prince’s Mayfair suite feeling like a mouse savaged by a particularly fiendish cat’
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 8 days ago
near the title of my 1988 biography Imp of the Perverse. (I’ll leave you to imagine what he made of that appropriation from Edgar Allan Poe.) Forty-five minutes later I exited Prince’s Mayfair hotel suite, feeling rather like a mouse that hadn’t... Read more
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Naples Daily News
Young, talented Collier County students honored at NAACP event at Hilton Naples"a deceptive woman who lets out her inner evils on other people." The Lely High
Young, talented Collier County students honored at NAACP event at Hilton Naples
Naples Daily News / Posted 9 days ago
"a deceptive woman who lets out her inner evils on other people." The Lely High School student said she is inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. "I want to explore all different types of writing," said Cledanor, who also won a bronze medal for essay... Read more
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Boston Globe
Let’s call it the Longfellow-Poe BridgeLongfellow, but the Boston-bound lanes should henceforth and forever be named a
Let’s call it the Longfellow-Poe Bridge
Boston Globe / Posted 13 days ago
Longfellow, but the Boston-bound lanes should henceforth and forever be named after that raven among the Brahmin swans, Edgar Allan Poe. Before you shout “Nevermore,” consider these points: Poe and Longfellow represent opposite approaches to... Read more
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The Advocate
Taking the curse out of cursive preserves written wordremember the time so many years ago when my freshman literature students had an
Taking the curse out of cursive preserves written word
The Advocate / Posted 14 days ago
remember the time so many years ago when my freshman literature students had an absolutely wonderful time orally discussing Edgar Allan Poe and other short story writers, but this wonderful time experienced a drastic change when they realized the... Read more
16d
Boston Globe
Escape rooms so much fun, you might not want outlocation, in Alexandria, Va., features rooms based on Sherlock Holmes, the Dive
Escape rooms so much fun, you might not want out
Boston Globe / Posted 16 days ago
location, in Alexandria, Va., features rooms based on Sherlock Holmes, the Divergent series, the Wizard’s Apothecary, and Edgar Allan Poe. On our visit last fall, we chose a room based on the then-current movie “Sicario,” a thriller set against... Read more
16d
The Hindu
Brian Stoddart on Madras and Le Fanu crime novelsof links. Sheridan Le Fanu was a great Irish horror and crime writer of the mid
Brian Stoddart on Madras and Le Fanu crime novels
The Hindu / Posted 16 days ago
of links. Sheridan Le Fanu was a great Irish horror and crime writer of the mid-nineteenth century who was a rival to Edgar Allan Poe. Le Fanu had a lot of relatives, including one called Henry who was a member of the ICS in Madras in the late... Read more
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NJ.com
Poe, Lovecraft and 'Texas Chainsaw' | Jersey Retrofind itself again. Much that sustained the genre in the go-go 1960s — chiefly t
Poe, Lovecraft and 'Texas Chainsaw' | Jersey Retro
NJ.com / Posted 17 days ago
find itself again. Much that sustained the genre in the go-go 1960s — chiefly the bloody, cleavage-y Hammer Gothics and the Edgar Allan Poe "adaptations" by Roger Corman — were petering out. So on occasion, you might catch a horror film from that... Read more
17d
Baltimore Sun
Baltimore Symphony premieres musically, visually intriguing 'City'for Alsop and the BSO by Classical Movements, Inc. The short, moody, subtly sco
Baltimore Symphony premieres musically, visually intriguing 'City'
Baltimore Sun / Posted 17 days ago
for Alsop and the BSO by Classical Movements, Inc. The short, moody, subtly scored work imagines a funeral cortege for Edgar Allan Poe. The evening's main item, Mahler's Symphony No. 5, was on the program Alsop led at the start of her tenure... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
How JFK’s final hours became a surreal operatic experiencea serenity to it that’s just heartbreaking.” The double-bill pairs stories tha
How JFK’s final hours became a surreal operatic experience
Dallas Morning News / Posted 18 days ago
a serenity to it that’s just heartbreaking.” The double-bill pairs stories that could almost be 21st-century updatings of Edgar Allan Poe tales. Buried Alive is a psychological thriller about a painter who dreams he’s being buried alive. Embedded... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
BNote, Baltimore's local currency, adds new denominations featuring womenBNote first launched in April 2011 with BN1 and BN5 bills, featuring Frederick
BNote, Baltimore's local currency, adds new denominations featuring women
Baltimore Sun / Posted 18 days ago
BNote first launched in April 2011 with BN1 and BN5 bills, featuring Frederick Douglass backed by the Baltimore Oriole, and Edgar Allan Poe with the Raven. More than 40,000 BNotes are now in circulation. More than 230 businesses in Baltimore accept... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
With tattoos, Marylanders happy to permanently show state pridepersons, whether it be in the form of a flag, the Baltimore skyline, an Orioles
With tattoos, Marylanders happy to permanently show state pride
Baltimore Sun / Posted 19 days ago
persons, whether it be in the form of a flag, the Baltimore skyline, an Orioles bird or the somber face of favorite son Edgar Allan Poe. "People take pride in Baltimore," says Dave Wah, a local tattoo artist who's one of scores who will be... Read more
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Denver Post
Order a Doc Holliday at Mad Greens, give a buck to charitySalad eaters at Mad Greens have their standard favorites, from the Edgar Allan
Order a Doc Holliday at Mad Greens, give a buck to charity
Denver Post / Posted 20 days ago
Salad eaters at Mad Greens have their standard favorites, from the Edgar Allan Poe to the Ty Cobb. But for a limited time, there's now the Doc Holliday — a crunchy mix of baby greens, red grapes, oranges, red onions, pumpkin seeds and grilled citrus... Read more
21d
Philly.com
Pop-up readings mark Poetry Daythe cold, rainy, snowy day, about 30 events were planned for the city and surro
Pop-up readings mark Poetry Day
Philly.com / Posted 21 days ago
the cold, rainy, snowy day, about 30 events were planned for the city and surrounding areas. Readings were held at the Edgar Allan Poe House, the Philadelphia Sketch Club, Fairmount Park, and even a train on the NJ Transit River Line. Around... Read more
22d
The Hindu
Zaha Hadid, an architect who built the ‘unbuildable’culture defines its precedents, Slavoj Žižek said. Without the arrival of Franz
Zaha Hadid, an architect who built the ‘unbuildable’
The Hindu / Posted 22 days ago
culture defines its precedents, Slavoj Žižek said. Without the arrival of Franz Kafka, the world would not have recognised Edgar Allan Poe, Dostoevsky and William Blake as his predecessors. Hadid’s student works undeniably imitated Malevich’s... Read more
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Gamasutra
The making of Wadjet Eye's dystopian adventure Shardlightcurrently designing a steampunk-ish detective game set in an alternate Victoria
The making of Wadjet Eye's dystopian adventure Shardlight
Gamasutra / Posted 24 days ago
currently designing a steampunk-ish detective game set in an alternate Victorian past, heavily influenced by the works of Edgar Allan Poe and Charles Dickens. “There will be multiple cases within the game, and each one will have multiple levels... Read more
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The Johns Hopkins News-Letter
Edible Book Festival devours literatureMe, Margaret as the runner-up. The Best Literary Theme went to Megan Donnelly,
Edible Book Festival devours literature
The Johns Hopkins News-Letter / Posted 25 days ago
Me, Margaret as the runner-up. The Best Literary Theme went to Megan Donnelly, Debbie Ou and Christie Shen’s Stories of Edgar Allan Poe, with Aidan Crank and Alex Jordan’s The Lorax cake coming in close behind. Allison Keller and Shanna... Read more
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Animation World Network
Animafest Zagreb Announces 2016 LineupNapoleonic dictatorship, and Raul Garcia’s Extraordinary Tales is a visually la
Animafest Zagreb Announces 2016 Lineup
Animation World Network / Posted 26 days ago
Napoleonic dictatorship, and Raul Garcia’s Extraordinary Tales is a visually lavish adaptation of five short stories by Edgar Allan Poe. The last two feature competition entries arrive from Japan: the sci-fi Harmony by Michael Arias and Takashi... Read more
27d
Daily Telegraph
Island holidays: readers' tips and travel advicethe island of Vaeroy and Mosken lies the famous Maelstrom. While it didn’t pull
Island holidays: readers' tips and travel advice
Daily Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
the island of Vaeroy and Mosken lies the famous Maelstrom. While it didn’t pull us down into the Earth à la Edgar Allan Poe, it was nevertheless strange to sail there: a sudden splashing and gurgling and a new violent eddy appeared... Read more
28d
Oakland Tribune
Books by the Bay: Shobha Rao's 'Unrestored Woman' connects characters and themes throughout the story collectionabout civilization. Stephens went on to write the best-selling "Incidents of Tr
Books by the Bay: Shobha Rao's 'Unrestored Woman' connects characters and themes throughout the story collection
Oakland Tribune / Posted 28 days ago
about civilization. Stephens went on to write the best-selling "Incidents of Travel in Yucatán." Illustrated by Catherwood, Edgar Allan Poe called it "perhaps the most interesting book of travel ever published." Carlsen, a Sonoma-based journalist... Read more
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28d
The Fremont Argus
Books by the Bay: Shobha Rao's 'Unrestored Woman' connects characters and themes throughout the story collectionabout civilization. Stephens went on to write the best-selling "Incidents of Tr
Books by the Bay: Shobha Rao's 'Unrestored Woman' connects characters and themes throughout the story collection
The Fremont Argus / Posted 28 days ago
about civilization. Stephens went on to write the best-selling "Incidents of Travel in Yucatán." Illustrated by Catherwood, Edgar Allan Poe called it "perhaps the most interesting book of travel ever published." Carlsen, a Sonoma-based journalist... Read more
2 related stories
28d
The Daily Review
Books by the Bay: Shobha Rao's 'Unrestored Woman' connects characters and themes throughout the story collectionabout civilization. Stephens went on to write the best-selling "Incidents of Tr
Books by the Bay: Shobha Rao's 'Unrestored Woman' connects characters and themes throughout the story collection
The Daily Review / Posted 28 days ago
about civilization. Stephens went on to write the best-selling "Incidents of Travel in Yucatán." Illustrated by Catherwood, Edgar Allan Poe called it "perhaps the most interesting book of travel ever published." Carlsen, a Sonoma-based journalist... Read more
2 related stories
28d
The New Statesman
Thomas De Quincey and the deadly rivalries of nineteenth-century magazinesThere is a satirical story by Edgar Allan Poe, called “How to Write a Blackwood
Thomas De Quincey and the deadly rivalries of nineteenth-century magazines
The New Statesman / Posted 28 days ago
There is a satirical story by Edgar Allan Poe, called “How to Write a Blackwood Article”, in which the editor of the notorious Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine reveals to an ambitious young journalist called the Signora Psyche Zenobia the secret of his... Read more

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