Edgar Allan Poe's Personal Life
By: Regan Beagle
Edgar Allan Poe's Books
Edgar Allan's Poe's books that he has written are... "The Tell-Tale heart", "The Raven", and "The Fall of the House of Usher".
Edgar Allan's Poe's other many books may be short stories, poetry, a novel, a textbook, a book of scientific theory, and hundreds of essays and book reviews.
Edgar wrote poetry to express his feelings.
Poe invented the detective story, and detective novels are the most popular literary genre today.
Edgar Allan Poe's Childhood
- Edgar is the second child of three and all the other children poets or teachers.
- At the age of 13 he had already enough poetry to publish a book
- Both of his parents died within 3 years of Edgar's birth
Edgar Allan Poe's Family
Parents: Eliza and David Poe, Jr
Foster Parents: John Allan and Frances Allan
Grandparents: Elizabeth Arnold
Siblings: William Henry Leonard Poe and Rosalie Poe
Wife: Virginia Eliza Clemm Poe
Influenced Edgar Allan Poe's
Baltimore was where Edgar grew up and lived. This place influenced him because was a great time of growth in the city, new factories were being built, and baltimore was the 3rd biggest city in the country.
Influenced by Edgar Allan Poe's
There is many people influenced by Edgar Allan Poe; Agatha Christie, Ambrose Bierce, Elizabeth Engstrom, and many more famous writers and loves of him. Many people are influenced by him because they love his story on how he became a writer and why they would want to become a writer.