Edgar Allan Poe

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アランポオ, E. A ポー, Ėdgar Po, and 111 others بو، إدغار آلان،, एडगर अॅलन पो, Ėḍgār A. Po, ادجار الان بو, Edjar Allan Poe, Э. А По, E.A. Poe, Charles Quickens, Edgar Elen Po, Quarles, エドガー ポー, Edgars Allans Po, Edgardo Poe, Эдгар АлланПо По, エドガー・アラン・ポー, Aidege Ailun Po, એડગર ઍલન પો, Edgar A. Perry, Ētkar Boy, אדגר אלן פוא, Поэ, إدغار آلان بو, E. A Poe, بو، وليم إدغار آلان،, 愛倫坡, עדגאר עלען פא, ኤድጋር አለን ፖ, Έντγκαρ Άλλαν Πόε, Èdgar Alan Po, E. A. Po, एडगर ऍलन पो, Էդգար Ալլան Պո, Èdgar Po, אדגאר אלאן פא, エドガー・アラン ポー, Edgard Allan Poe, エドガー・アラン ポオ, E. A. Poe, ایڈ گرایلن پو, Edgar Poe, E. A ポオ, Edgarus Allan Poe, אדגר פו, Edgar Alen Po, .. Poe, Edgar A. (Edgar Allan) Poe, എഡ്ഗാർ അല്ലൻ പോ, Poe, එඩ්ගා ඇලන් පෝ, Edqar Allan Po, ئێدگار ئالێن پۆ, Эдгар Алан По, Edgar Alan Poe, 艾都加·阿蘭·薄, ایڈگر ایلن پو, Edgar Po, Èdgar Allan Po, Eḍgār Ālen Pō, Ai de ge Ai lun Po, אדגאר אלן פו, E. Allan Poe, एड्गार एलेन पोए, ادگار آلن پو, এডগার অ্যালান পো, Edgar Allen Poe, Edgardo A. Poe, Edgar Allan-Poe, Edgar Poë, Etkar Boy, По, Edgars Alans Po, எட்கர் ஆலன் போ, ედგარ ალან ფო, ਐਡਗਰ ਐਲਨ ਪੋ, Edgaras Alanas Po, Edgard Poë, עדגאר אלאן פא, 'Aggā 'Ayʿlan Pui, Ailun Po, Edhar Po, Edg. Allan Poe, アラン ポオ, 爱伦·坡, Aidege-Ailun-Po, אדגר אלן פא, Едгар Алън По, Edgars Po, Edgar Alan Po, Edgar Allan Poe, עדגאר פא, Edgar A. Poe, Едгар Аллан По, ედგარ ალან პო, เอดการ์ แอลลัน โพ, Edgard Poe, एडगर एलन पो, Edgar Allen Po, 에드거 앨런 포, אדגר אלן פו, ʼAggā ʼAyʻlaṅʻ Pui, Edgar A Perry, Lavante, エドガー・アラン ポウ, Эдгар Аллан По, Едгар Алан По, Э По, Idġār Ālan Pū, Эдгар По, Edkar Boj, إدجار آلان بو،, עדגאר עלען פאו
Jan. 19, 1809
Oct. 7, 1849

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Edgar Allan Poe (; born Edgar Poe; January 19, 1809 – October 7, 1849) was an American writer, poet, editor, and literary critic. Poe is best known for his poetry and short stories, particularly his tales of mystery and the macabre. He is widely regarded as a central figure of Romanticism in the United States and of American literature as a whole, and he was one of the country's earliest practitioners of the short story. He is also generally considered the inventor of the detective fiction genre and is further credited with contributing to the emerging genre of science fiction. Poe was the first well-known American writer to earn a living through writing alone, resulting in a financially difficult life and career.Poe was born in Boston, the second child of actors David and Elizabeth "Eliza" Poe. His father abandoned the family in 1810, and his mother died the following year. Thus orphaned, Poe was taken in by John and Frances Allan of Richmond, Virginia. They never formally adopted him, but he was with them well into young adulthood. Tension developed later as Poe and John Allan repeatedly clashed over Poe's debts, including those incurred by gambling, and the cost of …

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