Poemas por Edgar Allan Poe by Edgar Allan Poe

By Edgar Allan Poe

The lifetime of American author Edgar Allan Poe used to be characterised by way of a dramatic sequence of successes and screw ups, breakdowns and recoveries, own earnings and hopes dashed via, regardless of which he created many of the best literature the area has ever recognized. over the years his works have prompted such significant artistic forces because the French poets Charles Baudelaire and Andre Gide, filmmaker D.W. Griffith and glossy literary legend Allen Ginsberg. top recognized for his poems and brief fiction, Poe perfected the mental mystery, invented the detective tale, and barely ignored transporting the reader to his personal supernatural realm. He has additionally been hailed posthumously as one of many most interesting literary critics of the 19th century. In Edgar Allan Poe: entire stories and Poems fanatics could delight in all of Poe's so much innovative short-stories, together with The Fall of the home of Usher, The Murders in Rue Morgue, The Tell-Tale center, Ligeia and Ms. In a Bottle. His whole early and miscellaneous poetic masterpieces are the following additionally, together with The Raven, Ulalume, Annabel Lee, Tamerlane, in addition to opt for experiences and narratives.

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Mientras las luces astrales que titilan en los cielos se miran en los cristales de los hielos, y sube la nota única como un ágil rima rúnica que allá en la noche serena va dilatando sus ecos por el último confín, y la campanilla suena dilín, dilín... ¡Melodiosa y cristalina suena, suena, suena, suena, suena, suena la nota ágil y argentina con metálico y alegre y límpido retintín! II ¡Escuchad! Un dulce coro puebla la atmósfera toda: son las campanas de oro de la boda. ¡Qué mundo de venturanza la plácida nota lanza Su voz como una caricia o como un suave reproche desgrana en la calma noche las perlas de su delicia.

Qué retintín de cristal en el ambiente glacial! Mientras las luces astrales que titilan en los cielos se miran en los cristales de los hielos, y sube la nota única como un ágil rima rúnica que allá en la noche serena va dilatando sus ecos por el último confín, y la campanilla suena dilín, dilín... ¡Melodiosa y cristalina suena, suena, suena, suena, suena, suena la nota ágil y argentina con metálico y alegre y límpido retintín! II ¡Escuchad! Un dulce coro puebla la atmósfera toda: son las campanas de oro de la boda.

Respondiome: «Ulalume», esta es su tumba, ¡la tumba de tu pálida Ulalume! IX Quedó mi corazón como ese Cielo ceniciento, como esas hojas mustias, como esas hojas yertas y crispadas... ¡Ay! pensé: el mismo octubre fué, sin duda fué en esa misma noche cuando vine al través del horror y de la bruma aquí trayendo mi doliente carga... ¡Oh, noche infausta, infausta cual ninguna! ¡Oh! ¿Qué infernal espíritu me trajo a esta región fatal de la tristura? Bien reconozco el mudo lago de Auber, y esta comarca que el horror anubla, y el bosque fantasmático de Weir, la región espectral de la pavura!

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