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  • Title: The Fall of the House of Usher
  • Author: Edgar Allan Poe
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  • Page: 136
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  • This early work by Edgar Allan Poe was originally published in 1839 Born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1809, Poe became an orphan at a very early age After being taken in by a couple in Richmond, he spent a brief spell in the United Kingdom before returning to enrol at the University of Virginia Poe struggled for many years to make a living as a writer and frequently hadThis early work by Edgar Allan Poe was originally published in 1839 Born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1809, Poe became an orphan at a very early age After being taken in by a couple in Richmond, he spent a brief spell in the United Kingdom before returning to enrol at the University of Virginia Poe struggled for many years to make a living as a writer and frequently had to move city to stay in employment as a critic Even for his greatest success, The Raven , he only received 9 and, although becoming a household name, his financial position remained far from stable Poe died in 1849, aged just 40, yet his legacy is a formidable one He is seen today as one of the greatest practitioners of Gothic and detective fiction that ever lived, and popular culture is replete with references to him Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900 s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions.
    The Fall of the House of Usher This early work by Edgar Allan Poe was originally published in Born in Boston Massachusetts in Poe became an orphan at a very early age After being taken in by a couple in Richmond he spe

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    1. There was an iciness, a sinking, a sickening of the heart an unredeemed dreariness of thought which no goading of the imagination could torture into aught of the sublime What was it I paused to think what was it that so unnerved me in the contemplation of the House of Usher A gothic house that instantly made me think of the House of Usher.When our narrator has been summoned to the bedside of his sick friend Roderick Usher, he finds a household overcast with gloom If an environment can permeate a [...]

    2. Wow, what a fantastic story You have all the gothic elements crammed in here a haunted perhaps even sentient house, a mysterious illness, madness, death, entombment, a dungeon, a violent storm, a cursed family, hints of possible incest , resurrection, bizarre poetry, and a story within the story about a knight slaying a dragon And binding this all together is Poe s inimitable style and narrative drive It s horror of the creepy, atmospheric kind the best kind, IMHO , the kind that gets under your [...]

    3. 3.5 of 5 stars to The Fall of the House of Usher, a short story by Edgar Allan Poe, written in 1839 I found myself a slight bit bored the first time I read it It seemed to only be about some guy that went to go visit an old school buddy When he arrives, some type of curse or disastrous mood hangs over his house and looms until the man is a bit fearful Then, his best friend is dying of some odd disease They watch his wife die, but only when the man is about to die himself does he reveal that he b [...]

    4. The Fall of the House of Usher published in 1839 may well be one of the stories which started the current interest in the gothic genre, although Ann Radcliffe s The Mysteries of Udolpho , for instance, had been published much earlier in 1794 Apart from its parody in Jane Austen s Northanger Abbey , Radcliffe s work has now largely been forgotten along with other great gothic works from the time Yet The Fall of the House of Usherremains perennially popular and influential Poe regarded it as his m [...]

    5. Rounding out my Halloween classics reads this year with Edgar Allan Poe s The Fall of the House of Usher One of the original haunted house tales, this story embodies old fashioned gothic horror.Arthur Rackham illustrationThe unnamed narrator tells of his visit to the dreary country home of his boyhood friend, Roderick Usher He notices and describes at length how both Roderick and his house are crumbling at the edges Roderick is a deeply mentally disturbed person his sister Madeline, who wafts pa [...]

    6. Edgar Allan Poe sure knows his way around a great story The Fall of the House of Usher is a mad little tale drenched in gothic undertones, a book that offers up a dark portrayal of a dysfunctional family s rapid descent into chaos and neurotic self indulgence, but it s the narrator, a kind man who becomes involved with this family as they suffer through unnamed mental illnesses and impending death, who becomes the most interesting figure here, especially in that sudden explosion of a powerful en [...]

    7. The Fall of the House of Usher is a classic Poe story, and helps us define just what it means to be gothic in nineteenth century literature Continuous dark, stormy weather, a huge decaying gothic style house, continuous pervasive gloom, humans infused with all this.Roderick Usher, pale and wild haired owner of the house Sick, maybe from the waters seeping from the tarn into the house The fungi on the building Is Roderick an opium eater Living with his also pale and wild haired wraith twin sister [...]

    8. The horror has a name UsherThe drawn from the madness Roderick Usher wears his beloved twin sister Madeline to the grave in the dark catacombs of the House of Usher.Soon after, he hears voices and strange noises They come from day to day closerOutside raging a terrible storm and Roderick is scared out of his mind.The door opens and in staggering Madeline, who was buried alive She clings to Rodericks breast and together they fall to the ground dead.Also lock Usher collapses YOU HEAR THE STORM AND [...]

    9. I know not how it was but, with the first glimpse of the building, a sense of insufferable gloom pervaded my spirit There was an iciness, a sinking, a sickening of the heart an unredeemed dreariness of thought which no goading of the imagination could torture into aught of the sublime What was it I paused to think what was it that so unnerved me in the contemplation of the House of Usher The Fall of the House of Usher is considered the best example of Poe s totality , where every element and det [...]

    10. 4.5 Although this novelette was published in 1839, Poe is not the founder of the gothic horror genre, in fact Ann Radcliffe s The Mysteries of Udolpho was published a good deal earlier and thankfully is enjoying a mini revival of late But The Fall of the House of Usher could be seen as a successful model for novelette length gothic horror works This is relatively slow paced when compared to modern day Seanan McGuire stories or Ellen Datlow anthologies, but it still had me utterly gripped Poe use [...]

    11. That Was Fantastic.It s been so long since I ve read Poe, or anything like Poe, and that was just so refreshing It was so great to be confronted with a story that presented a challenge in so many ways the diction, the sub meanings, the sheer horror of the plot After such a long YA binge, this was just wonderful and exactly what I needed to get out of my reading slump.I love everything about Poe s writing The long and winding sentences that make you sit back and think, but also grip you with just [...]

    12. Este es uno de mis cuentos preferidos de Poe, b sicamente, porque es perfecto Todo est ah , en el comienzo, cuando el narrador ve la grieta en la pared Esa grieta es un spoiler, lo s , es la punta del iceberg de la narraci n Roderick Usher tiene todos los t picos rasgos depresivos del pre rom ntico que para variar, habita una mansi n demasiado g tica El suspense de Poe a lo largo de la trama, el desaosiego de Roderick y la maldici n de Lady Madeline transforman a este l gubre tr o en uno de los [...]

    13. Todos os elementos peculiares a Poe est o neste conto sinistro terror , tens o , arrepios , mans o assombrada, n voas e escurid o etc Os dois ltimos sobreviventes de uma fam lia lutam pra manter sua exist ncia.Um conhecido chega mans o pra ajudarterror total.

    14. Oh come on, how is this not fun Read on a dark night, one when the lights are out because there is a furious storm beating on your rooftop and windows, it would make you shudder indeed.It is not my first reading, but it might be my most appreciative one I reveled in the description, the careful choice of words, the building agitation of our narrator I picked up on one tidbit I might have missed before Very early on in the narrator s description of Roderick Usher who doesn t love that name , we a [...]

    15. This is the first of Poe s stories I ve read I came across an astonishing reading, as so many of my friends have early described Poe s style shows us how every element of a short story is meaningful I ve recently read a meta linguistic narrative in which the author said No useless words, all of them, the absolute totality, loaded with signification Novel readers have time to lose short stories readers, don t While reading this book, I couldn t agree I adored the gothic style, just as the guilt, [...]

    16. Ugh I just love Poe s stories so much Good thing he wrote many, so I still have to go.The narrator goes to Roderick Usher s house because he s summoned due to his friend s illness There, he starts to notice some strange things, some of which include Usher s sister weird behaviour and subsequent death.Even when this was so short, I found Usher to be an intriguing character Utterly creepy but really interesting His condition of hypochondria and axiety made him even intriguing, and also, it was c [...]

    17. Read again, June 8, 2017 When I read the last word I exhaled a breath of awe and felt like a child who had ridden his first roller coaster Woe That was so freaking awesome Oh my God I said this with whispering, quivering excitement I read this in elementary school but just now, at 39, understood the connection of the story, the slaying of the dragon, the power of this house to turn fantasy into reality Poe relies heavily on setting, a Gothic masterpiece in the beginning, which has a slow start T [...]

    18. Otro cuento perfecto en donde la construcci n de una atm sfera horrorosa es tan importante como los hechos terror ficos en s Fiel a la tradici n, prefiero comentar los cuentos de Poe muy brevemente para sortear los golpes de efecto y los spoilers S puedo contarles que la historia empieza con un narrador sin nombre ya me acostumbr a ese anonimato al cual un antiguo amigo invita a su casa O, mejor dicho, se lo pide con urgencia Roderick Usher, el amigo en cuesti n, no est pasando por un buen momen [...]

    19. Read as part of the Terrifying Tales collection.Original Rating 1 5 Original review below rewriteReread Rating and Review 4 5 starsI reread this helping one of my friends out with their English report on this, and pulling things out of the text in order to help analyse the sentences really allowed me to see this story in a whole different light Poe has written in this a stunning, chilling short story that leaves goosebumps shooting up and down my spine With poetic sentences, beautifully set up p [...]

    20. De mis tesoros m s preciados dentro de mi colecci n de Edgar Allan Poe Un libro cuya presentaci n es en tapas duras, letras en plata, y unas ilustraciones tan t tricas como fant sticas No puedo pedir m s, es el libro que elegir a mil veces m s para leer junto al rbol de navidad Esta historia me remite a una atm sfera fantasmag rica y alucinante Demasiado fascinada por mi autor favorito y uno de mis relatos predilectos M s que recomendado a cualquier amante del horror g tico y el arte perturbador [...]

    21. This atmospheric horror story is great example of how an author such as Poe gets straight to the point He doesn t bore the reader with lots of filler, but rather only describes every detail that is important to the story This writing style is a great example why Poe can be read over and over again Each sentence is a diamond that shines brighter and brighter with each subsequent reading.

    22. My only problem with the antique books is the language, it takes me longer than usual to understand whole paragraphs, if i do at all I must admit that i adore writings from this era, it takes me away to a world of novelty and wonderful manners, but my knowledge of English doesn t allow me to fully enjoy them.The fall of the house of Usher begins with the invitation the narrator gets from his boyhood friend Roderick Usher, apparently his friend is sick and lonely and he needs a company that may c [...]

    23. I love me some Poe His masterly descriptive powers were at their best here When he was describing Usher s maladies I felt a twinge of hypochondria and later as night fell in the story my heart raced with the unknown suspense of what terrors would be in store for me All done in 10 pages If he isn t the king of spooky, I don t know who is.

    24. Conflitto della ragione con l inespiclabileAhi, ria sventura Avvenne un giorno Che su quest almo, regal soggiornoD infausti Spirti piomb una schiera, Ch alta di morte tenea bandiera.Tutto allor cadde nelle rovine, Sovrano, Impero tutto ebbe fine Piangiam que giorni, fedeli amici, Piangiam que Gen gi s feliciTutto scomparve l amor, il riso, Il Sir, la gloria di quell Eliso Solo ci resta fatale storia, Di vecchi tempi truce memoria Racconto gotico in prima persona nel quale Poe propone i punti di [...]

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