Wednesday, November 22, 2017
'The Influence of Women on Edgar Allan Poe'
'Edgar Allan Poe was a 19th nose candy writer who, different most of his peers, wrote stories that were pathological and the macabre. It wasnt until after his demise that it was revealed why this was so. Poe stories cogitate on the fey and macabre, making certain(a) his true emotions would tell through his words. He was not a believer of covert up the accuracy as he saw it sightly to appeal to the tripping hearted. During this time of Poes to the highest degree perpetual overmatch slope until his remnant, terbium was taking the lives of galore(postnominal) American people. It killed or so 10,000 people per day, come on of these thousands dead Poe disjointed many love wizards to this ravenous malady including his biological m another(prenominal), his familiar and his angel upon the earth, Virginia Clemm (his married woman and cousin).\nThis idea of women universe angelsÂ began at an premature age subsequent to his mothers remnant, when Poe was age three, a nd it left(p) him exceedingly vulnerable. This is where it is believed Poes crunch with women and his belief of their saintly characteristics came from. All through life Poe courted women, sometimes more than than one at a time, this is why in many of Poes literary pieces he speaks of women or the sorrows of love. On the other hand Poe wrote of death, disease, and witching(prenominal) occurrences either ramp by face or pick from his romantic pieces. some(prenominal) of these supernatural pieces were frequently more face-to-face for Poe such as The RavenÂ and The take back of the House of Usher.Â Although both poems reflect his face-to-face life in some federal agency The RavenÂ is a much more accurate characterisation of his personal experiences.\nThe death of Virginia Clemm, his cousin - and later wife - was one of the most operose deaths he had to endure. Her death led to a period of spartan drinking and staying up all hours to agree over her laboured, sometim es even dormancy on her grave to be finisher to her. This period of discouragement and disorientation followed the mental institution of The Raven.Â Although The Ravenï¿½... '