Poe was a Monist. He believed the universe was all One, and this One was God. He explains this in his cosmological essay, "Eureka."
--Added: Poe was most likely a Protestant. He is recorded attending various churches throughout his lifetime, but was not known to formally be a member of any. He made no concrete statement as to which denomination, if any in particular, he followed, however he was known to play cards with Jesuit priests. Poe carried a bible with him and it was believed to be in his trunk when he died.
It is imperative to understand most of his writing was fiction and should be considered as such. One of the primary complaints Poe voiced against Fiction was the growing trend, during his life, of over-analyzing what was mere fiction.
More information can be found at the Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore linked below. he was a christian
His lost love
Poes stories were all about dead and misery
Poe's mother was a travelling actress.
like a demon
Well a talking raven is part of the supernatural.
an exploration of humanity's dark side
That story is called "Descent into the Maelstrom."
The narrator is unreliable.
He was Christian.
Edgar Allan Poe's favorite color was probably red or black because most of his poems, stories, and tales are about murder and death. Red and black are the colors of death and murder.
first he was in a military academy then he wrote things for the newspaper then became a poet etc
Edgar Allan Poe's birth mother was Elizabeth Arnold Poe. She died December 8, 1811, in Richmond, Virginia, of unknown cases (possibly pneumonia). Edgar was two years old when she died. they died of tuberculosis!!
The speaker realizes the bird's message will always haunt him
The moral of The Masque of the Red Death is that, no one can escape death. Death is inevitable.
Its amused I got it right
Poe did not have step parents. John and Frances Allan were Poe's foster parents. Poe adored his foster mother and detested his foster father.
PneumoniaAccording to a family member, she died of pneumonia, not tuberculosis as his wife had. There is no history that Poes' natural mother had tuberculosis.
By placing the black bird on a marble statue.
The Black Cat was written sometime in late 1842 early 1843. It was first published on August 19, 1843 in the United States Saturday Post.Edgar Allan Poes tale 'The Black Cat' was written in 1843.
He didn't."All religion, my friend, is simply evolved out of fraud, fear, greed, imagination, and poetry."- Edgar Allan Poe
It is Edgar Allan Poe
Most of the settings for Edgar Allan Poe's short stories are very vague or ambiguous. However, The Man of the Crowd takes place in London; Descent into the Maelstom, off the coast of Norway; and A Tale of the Ragged Mountains, in Virginia.
The "unity of effect" is greater in a short poem that can be read all at once. - (APEX)