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The Edgar Allan Poe Collection: 5-Book Paperback Boxed Set (Arcturus Classic Collections)

The Edgar Allan Poe Collection: 5-Book Paperback Boxed Set (Arcturus Classic Collections)

Current price: $39.99
Publication Date: October 3rd, 2023
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This handsome 5-book paperback box set contains Edgar Allan Poe's most celebrated literary works, presented with striking contemporary cover designs.

Edgar Allen Poe is regarded as one of the greatest American writers and a pioneer of the horror genre. Themes of guilt, fear and revenge abound as the master of gothic horror transports readers to mysterious worlds, carries them on dangerous sea voyages, and investigates gruesome murders. This box set brings together some of his most celebrated works, from his classic horror stories such as 'The Fall of the House of Usher' to his dream-like poetry such as 'The Raven' and his humorous, cynical satire including 'The Man who was Used Up'.

In this collection you will find:
- Stories and Satire
- Classic Tales of Horror
- The Raven and Other Poems
- Two Tales of Travel
- Tales of Adventure and Mystery

This 5-volume collection offers a comprehensive look into the mind of one of America's most revered and enigmatic writers, each edition presented with gloriously gothic cover designs.

ABOUT THE SERIES: The Arcturus Classic Collections series features delightful, high-quality paperback box sets of classic works of literature with striking contemporary cover designs.

About the Author

Edgar Allan Poe was born in 1809 in Boston, Massachusetts. As the author of The Murders in the Rue Morgue, he is considered to be the father of the detective fiction genre. However, he is also widely known for his poetry, such as "The Raven", which brought him much critical acclaim during his lifetime, but little remuneration, and for his classic horror stories, such as "The Fall of the House of Usher" and "The Masque of the Red Death". The circumstances surrounding his death in 1849 are themselves a mystery because he was delirious when found and was lying in the street. He died four days later in hospital in Baltimore. All the records, including his death certificate, were destroyed. His literary legacy lives on and has influenced countless generations of writers.