In Edgar Allan Poe’s poems he writes about death and darkness. Throughout his
poems, “The Raven” and “The Bells”, Poe writes of death, darkness, and evil. Many say
he writes about this because of his childhood problems. (Slovey p. 15) As you continue to
read, it will show how others feel about his writings and his desire to write about death.
In Edgar Allen Poe’s poem, The Bells, Poe tells how bells can play
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Allen Poe was a man who wrote of what he felt. As he grew up he had many
problems. He began to write of death, evil, and darkness. Many feel that this has had a
positive effect but also a negative effect. Some like the way he expresses his feelings
about death but others feel there is no need for his poems to be so popular because the
uses of death and evil throughout them.