Annabel Lee: The Poem : Edgar Allan Poe

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Turtleback Books, 1998 - American poetry.
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Poe's poem about a child and his love for the lost Annabel Lee is illustrated by paintings that set it on the Gaspe Peninsula in Quebec

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A very haunting yet beautiful poetic work by Poe. It is chilling as he tells about love gained and lost. His grief is evident by his words that are everlasting as his love for Annabelle Lee was. Read full review

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I love Edgar Allan Poe he is by far one of the most brilliant writers of all time in my opinion. I feel that Annabel Lee was so heartfelt and so beautiful that it really drew me in as soon as I started reading it I did not want to stop. It made me love grim but insightful readings like "The Raven" which was also a remarkable poem. 

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