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What were the views of Edgar Allan Poe on British literature?

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Edgar Allan Poe (/ p oʊ /; born Edgar ... Several months passed and pleas to Allan were ignored; ... On Poe: The Best from American Literature.
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Elements of dark romanticism were a perennial possibility within the broader international movement Romanticism, in both literature ... Edgar Allan Poe, ...
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Edgar Allan Poe; Herman Melville; Emily ... Americans had easy access to British literature and ... conviction that American literature and culture were ...
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John Neal and Edgar Allan Poe, ... be reckoned with in our emerging national literature: The Byronic poets were all ... Poe and the British ...
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rthur Conan Doyle’s literary ... Holmes's fictional forefather was Edgar Allan Poe's ... but above all restored confidence that the British were ...
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Poe, Slavery, and the Southern Literary ... as an uncontested public document articulating Poe’s views on slavery ... Edgar Allan Poe: ...
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