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The Bells Eulalie—A Song Annabel Lee Sonnet—Silence The Raven To one in Paradise Lenore Dreams To Helen (I saw thee once—once only—years ago) The Haunted Palace A Dream within a Dream The City in the Sea To F—— The Sleeper Ulalume Romance Sonnet—to Science Eldorado To M.—— (O! I care not that my earthly lot) The Conqueror Worm Sonnet—To Zante To M. L. S.—— To the River—— A Dream Al Aaraaf To F——s S. O——d Bridal Ballad To my Mother To Helen (Helen, thy beauty is to me) The Valley of Unrest The Lake—To—— The Happiest Day, the Happiest Hour Catholic Hymn To —— —— (Not long ago, the writer of these lines) Evening Star Stanzas Spirits of the Dead Israfel Song (I saw thee on thy bridal day) To—— (The bowers whereat, in dreams, I see) Fairy-land The Coliseum Dreamland For Annie Alone Tamerlane
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The father of the detective novel and an innovator in the genre of science fiction, Edgar Allan Poe (1809–49) made his living as America's first great literary critic. Today he is best remembered for his short stories and poems, haunting works of horror and mystery that remain popular around the world.
French-born artist Edmund Dulac (1882–1953) achieved prominence during the Golden Age of Illustration. His work encompasses a wide variety of themes and styles, although he preferred to work in watercolors and remains best known for his imaginative illustrations for fairy tales and other children's books.