All Book Series by Jude Deveraux
English 10A: The Philosophy of Composition
ENGL405: The American Renaissance
But Poe has much more to say that does not involve a romance with dead women. But how does it do so? It must—or the novel would be disqualified as literature. Contrary to the methods of many a writer, Poe moves from the abstract to the concrete, choosing characters as mouthpieces of ideas. Though this aspect of any work seems the obvious place to start, Poe holds it to the end, after he has already decided why he wants to place certain characters in place, saying certain things.
He concludes that length, "unity of effect" and a logical method are important considerations for good writing. He also makes the assertion that "the death Poe uses the composition of his own poem " The Raven " as an example. The essay first appeared in the April issue of Graham's Magazine. It is uncertain if it is an authentic portrayal of Poe's own method.
He is commonly know as the father of detective stories. His most well know work of art is his poem "The Raven" Werlock. Although Poe had a short lived career, his literature continues to influence many writers in the United States and Europe. He worked with many genres such as: gothic tale, science fiction, occult fantasies, and satire. While many critics consider his works of literature as grotesque. Poe may, perchance, have been named after a character in the play that his parents were performing that year. This poem was written in which was a long time ago.