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Summary

Dive into a fantastic selection of poetry from the great Edgar Allan Poe. Includes "The Raven", "The Sleeper", "Bridal Ballad", "The City in the Sea", "Dreams", "El Dorado", and "Annabel Lee".

Public Domain (P)2011 B. J. Harrison

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  • Anonymous User
  • 21-07-18

❤ It

I love it great story no it wasn't a struggle to finish the Raven was the most rememberable one the narrator is the best one so far

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  • S. P. NORRIS
  • 11-11-16

Outstanding ☆☆☆☆☆

B.J Harrison gives a masterpiece of a performance and He Gives The Words of Edgar Allan Poe, Full Flight, Truely Wonderful.

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  • marytownsend
  • 28-10-16

Love Edgar Allan Poe

I love these poems, the narrator was great! Great listening for a cold and chilly night!

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  • Melinda
  • 15-10-16

Great narration

I enjoyed the reading of the Raven the best, obviously, and I thought the narrator did an amazing job. I just thought it was a little short.