Annabel Lee: Poem (HarperPerennial Classics) by Edgar Allan Poe

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By Edgar Allan Poe

After the dying of the gorgeous Annabel Lee, a tender guy contemplates their love story—the passionate love of their adolescence, and the affection that maintains even after her passing.

Despite the truth that his first released works have been books of poetry, in the course of his lifetime Edgar Allan Poe used to be famous extra for his literary feedback and prose than his poetry. notwithstanding, Poe’s poetic works have given that develop into as famous as his well-known tales, and replicate comparable issues of puzzle and the macabre. “Annabel Lee” used to be the final whole poem composed by means of Poe, and was once probably encouraged by way of his spouse, Virginia Eliza Clemm Poe.

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William R. Taylor agrees that there were no absolute divisions between northerners and southerners. “Southerners,” he observes, “engaged in business, speculated on real estate, sought profits, lived in towns and cities, voted for the same national parties and subscribed to many of the same ideals and values as other Americans. ”6 American historians thus agree that antebellum North and South were bound by many similarities of interest and attitude—similarities that more 22â•… Normans and Saxons than outweighed their differences.

According to a theory then in vogue the North had been settled by one party to the English Civil War, the Roundheads, and the South by the other, the royal party or the Cavaliers. The Yankee was a direct descendant of the Puritan Roundhead and the Southern gentleman of the English Cavalier, and the difference between the two was at least partly a matter of blood. The terminology sometimes varied, but contemporaries generally settled upon some such distinction as “Saxon” or “Anglo-Saxon” for the North and “Norman” for the South.

For the author of the DeBow’s essay the strongly contrasting backgrounds 19 20â•… Normans and Saxons of northerners and southerners explained what he considered to be the obvious superiority of southern culture to that of the North. ” The region’s impressive cultural advances over a relatively brief period of time could hardly be surprising, given the noble qualities of the South’s original Cavalier settlers: They were brave, honorable, social; loyal to their king, and loyal to the church. Knowing that earth could not be made a paradise, they did not, therefore, seek to turn the fair footstool of God into a gloomy hell.

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