Edgar Allen Poe may be best known today for his tales of terror like “The Tell-Tale Hear” and “The Fall of the House of Usher,” but he always considered himself a poet. Throughout his life, Poe used his poetry to celebrate the women he loved. They inspired such classic works as “Annabel Lee” and “To Helen.” This class will introduce you to those real-life women behind Poe’s most beautiful poems.
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