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Knowing Edgar Allan Poe

 A fascinating interactive site about Edgar Allan Poe. Explore Poe the person, Poe the writer and the Poe library through text and audio visual clips. Includes lesson plans and activities. courtesy of netTrekker
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 A fascinating interactive site about Edgar Allan Poe. Explore Poe the person, Poe the writer and the Poe library through text and audio-visual clips. Includes lesson plans and activities.

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