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Complete Edgar Allan Poe

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Complete Edgar Allan Poe

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User Reviews for Complete Edgar Allan Poe

Excellent For Reading

For those that simply want to easily read and navigate anything by Poe: this is the app for you. I wish the people who made this app made one for Lovecraft as well (I've looked at some and they don't look as good). You can specify how big the font is and how you'd like to scroll. If you want a Poe reading app, get this one.

888mjl, May 31, 2015
The Incomplete Edgar Allan Poe

Probably the best Poe app out, and well worth 99 cents. But it is far from complete. I understand the decision not to include several pieces universally included in Complete Works, for example, Poe's illuminating Marginalia. But to overlook what Poe (and many scholars) considered to be his most important work - EUREKA - is unforgivable. This piece out-did Einstein (in1847!), prefigured Quantum Physics, and is essential to understanding the vast scope and grasp of Poe's mind. The app could be a little more user-friendly and a lot more attractive with very little effort. There are many good reasons why most ebooks flip pages rather than scroll down - the scrolling makes it impossible to find your place or a particular passage. The ability to mark passages would also be most helpful, and some prettying up is justified. But Most of All, Include "Eureka" - no edition can be called complete without it.

Another Friend of Shep, Oct 31, 2011
Easy read of a great author

Well done app.....wish you could read landscape style.....only a wish not a complaint......

Corntrader2, Sep 23, 2018
I Utterly Love Poe!

I’ve always enjoyed Poe! He was a magnificent writer who had a exceedingly rough life. This app is just wonderful to have his fine works available at your fingertips! The wide array of his writings is rather astounding. There ought to be more promotion of this handy app of the man who invented the detective story and is considered to be one of the finest American writers in history. A biography could be included but the writing itself is so rich is doesn’t really need it! I wish I could pay again (certainly not my normal attitude in the days of greedy subscriptions). Thank you for this app and thank you Edgar Allen!

IrishPirQueen, Nov 22, 2019
A huge volume of work

This is a stellar app! a few years back, I bought one of those "Complete Works of..." books from a used bookstore. This thing was, of course, huge, bulky, and certainly not something I could take on the bus with me.Then I found this app. The developers have done a great job, and the amount of material is great, as is the interface. This is almost always something I turn to on my commute.Thank you!

MrCLRiggs, Jun 19, 2011
Poe Enthusiats

No better writer than Poe when ones loves to read those who have mastered and know how to craft extraordinary stories and poetry in the English language.This app is the best companion for traveling Poe enthusiasts.

Poe 4ever, Aug 19, 2021
I love this App

I have always enjoyed reading Poe and this app provides a compendium of his works. Excellent! It brings back memories of the days in school when we studies his works.

Profml, Aug 08, 2020
Potentially great!

I enjoy enourmosly reading Poe in this great collection of his amazing writings, but there are a few drawbacks to the App itself:1. There is no way to select and copy text. I often need a translation from French (which is used a lot by Poe) or even sometimes from English, and there is no way to paste a piece of text into the translator.2. Letters being cut in half at the edges of a page.3. Sometimes the App forgets the last book i was reading and I need to find the book and the page again.4. Increasing or decreasing text in the middle of the book repositions all the text so that I need to search for the correct place again.Otherwise I fully enjoy it

Sesamme, Oct 04, 2013
Big Edgar Allan Fan

I have done research, read everything by him, and like finding out more about him. One day I'll be at his house aka my Graceland and have pix of his house and grave on my wall right next to every book that I have with every poem short story or anything else that has been wrote by him. R.I.P. Edgar Allan Poe thanks for the great story's and poems that u wrote

Tale Tale Raven, Mar 08, 2012
Who Doesn’t Love E.A. Poe

This app is a Poe lover’s ideal app. You can read his poetry and stories whether you’re taking a break, resting, busing to work, ready to turn the lights off or in bed ready to read one more line. So go ahead now and read another line or page. One nice addition would be links to or mentions of critical comments on the poems and other writings of Poe althougg those might force the apps creators to ask a fee. Gregg E.

The Deke, Sep 03, 2021


Haunting, Sensual, Soul-Stirring...Poe... The ONLY Poe App You Will Ever Need... "Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before." - From The Raven "We loved with a love that was more than love." - From Annabel Lee “They who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night.” - From Eleonora This barely scratches the bloody surface. This app is the treasure chest of Poe apps.... * OVER 150 Edgar Allan Poe works... * ALL of Poe's many TALES and POEMS * PLUS: Key ESSAYS, his ONLY NOVEL, a few UNCOMPLETED WORKS, even HOAXES he published in newspapers. * It's ALL the ESSENTIAL Poe...and MORE * Writings are sorted by category so it's easy to find what you want to read * PAGES THAT TURN LIKE A REAL BOOK * Plus more user-friendly features for a great reading experience!

Here's what's included (NOT THE FULL LIST, WE RAN OUT OF SPACE) *****Tales****** -A Descent into the Maelström -A Tale of Jerusalem -A Tale Of The Ragged Mountains -Eleonora -Four Beasts in One -How to Write a Blackwood Article -King Pest -Landor's Cottage -Ligeia -Lionizing -Mesmeric Revelation -Metzengerstein -Morella -MS. Found in a Bottle -Mystification -Never Bet the Devil Your Head -Shadow - A Parable -Silence - A Fable -Some words with a Mummy -The Angel of the Odd -The Balloon Hoax -The Black Cat -The Cask of Amontillado -The Colloquy of Monas and Una -The Conversation of Eiros and Charmion -The Devil in the Belfry -The Domain of Arnheim -The Fall of the House of Usher -The Gold Bug -The Imp of the Perverse -The Island of the Fay -The Landscape Garden -The Light-House (Incomplete) -The Literary Life of Thingum Bob, Esq. -The Masque of the Red Death -The Murders in the Rue Morgue -The Mystery of Marie Rogêt -The Oblong Box -The Oval Portrait -The Pit and the Pendulum -The Power of Words -The Premature Burial -The Sphinx -The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether -The Tell-Tale Heart -The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherezade -The Unparalleled Adventures of One Hans Pfall -Thou Art the Man -Von Kempelen and his Discovery -Why the Little Frenchman Wears his Hand in a Sling -X-ing a Paragraph ****** Poems ***** -A Campaign Song -A Dream -A Dream Within A Dream -A Valentine -Alone -An Enigma -Annabel Lee -Dreamland -Dreams -Eldorado -Elizabeth -Enigma -Epigram for Wall Street -Evening Star -Fairyland -Hymn -Imitation -Impromptu. To Kate Carol -In Youth I have known one -Lenore -Lines on Ale -Lines on Joe Locke -O, Tempora! O, Mores! -Romance -Serenade -Silence -Spirits of the Dead -Spiritual Song -The City in the Sea -The Conqueror Worm -The Happiest Day -The Haunted Palace -The Raven -The Sleeper -The Valley of Unrest -The Village Street -To —— 'I heed not..' -To Elizabeth -To F—— -To Frances S. Osgood -To Helen (1831) -To Helen (1846) -To Ianthe In Heaven -To Isadore -To M—— -To Margaret -To Marie Louise -To Mary -To My Mother -To Octavia -To One Departed (To Frances) -To One in Paradise -To Science -To the River -To Zante -Ulalume ****** Plus Extras ****** -Eureka -Byron and Miss Chaworth -Maelzel's Chess-Player -Morning on the Wissahiccon -Narrative Of A. Gordon Pym -Old English Poetry -Philosophy of Furniture -Scenes from Politian -Some Account of Stonehenge -Some Secrets of the Magazine Prison-House -The Journal of Julius Rodman -The Philosophy of Composition -The Poetic Principle (NOT THE FULL LIST, WE RAN OUT OF SPACE) The ONLY Poe App You Will Ever Need Be sure to tap "ALL VERSIONS" when checking out reviews ****** Download It NOW!!!!*******

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