By Edgar Allan Poe
After the demise of the attractive Annabel Lee, a tender guy contemplates their love story—the passionate love of their formative years, and the affection that keeps even after her passing.
Despite the truth that his first released works have been books of poetry, in the course of his lifetime Edgar Allan Poe used to be well-known extra for his literary feedback and prose than his poetry. besides the fact that, Poe’s poetic works have because develop into as recognized as his recognized tales, and mirror comparable topics of puzzle and the macabre. “Annabel Lee” was once the final whole poem composed via Poe, and was once probably encouraged by means of his spouse, Virginia Eliza Clemm Poe.
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The act of seeing, now technologically mediated, produces a new form of self-alienation. The speaker sees himself as other, most grotesquely in Randall Jarrell’s famous “The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner” where he has already died, his remains “washed out of the turret with a hose” (Shapiro 2003: 88). Less luridly, James Dickey in “The Firebombing” sees himself as another person, only partially recognizable: some technical-minded stranger with my hands Is sitting in a glass treasure-hole of blue light Having potential ﬁre under the undeodorized arms Of his wings (Shapiro 2003: 153) while William Stafford writes of dropping bombs 18 Wars I Have Seen from ﬁve miles high, the ﬂower of smoke and ﬁre so far there is no sound.
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Stein is as suspicious of the ﬁrst person plural, the national “we,” as she is of what Malcolm Cowley had called the “spectatorial attitudes” of some of those who had written about World War I (Cowley 1934: 38). In Stein’s case, though, the “seeing” is 16 Wars I Have Seen being done by someone apparently immersed in domestic routine – “Yesterday,” she says, “I went my usual twelve kilometres to get some bread and cake” (p. 137) – but someone who is also able to reﬂect on the ways in which the present war has “put an end an entire end to the nineteenth century” (p.