Poe’s Writes his writing based on his real life, and makes it shocking, scary just like how his life was. His life leads him to write his literature like horror, scary, and more. Poe was alone after his mother death. He wrote a poem named “Alone” that he wrote related to how he felt he was alone. Poe didn’t like his foster father, and didn’t get along with him. He wanted revenge on his foster father. A letter that he wrote to John Allan called “Letter to John Allan” That letter described how he felt about his foster father. All the literature he wrote was related to his own life experience. In Poe’s literature he has always one character that dies at the end. Poe always thought that his foster father insulted him a lot. He wrote a story name “The Cask of the Amontillado” which was similar to how he felt about his foster father. That story was about two persons, and one of them thought that the other insulted him, so he wanted revenge. That was the same thing that Poe wanted to do to his foster father.
The death of Poe’s mother really impacted his life, and his writing. In the poem “Alone” he wrote that “From childhood’s hour I have not been as other were….” That meant that he didn’t had the childhood like others had. Most children’s have parents but he didn’t he was alone by himself. His life was full of tragedy, so was his literature. For example the poem “Alone” that he wrote had this “Then in my childhood in the dawn of a most stormy life….” That meant he has a life full of tragedy, and his life was very hard staring from childhood. Edgar Allan Poe’s life was one of many sorrows and difficulties, filled with death of close family members and many broken loves.
Poe wanted a revenge on his foster father. He wrote a letter to him that described how he felt about him. Poe didn’t get along with his foster father because he thought John Allan was loose, and John Allan didn’t leave a penny for Poe before John Allan’s died. In the letter he wrote “Send me I...
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