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This Modern Library Paperback Classic reprints the text of the original 1838 American edition. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
I read this in the Library of America volume of Poe’s Poetry and Tales but would have read it otherwise in the Modern Library edition of the Narrative (under which I post this... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sam Adams
The book was in excellent condition, at a great price and arrived at my home in a timely fashion. Book takes you to the heyday of the whaling industry in Nantucket and is a... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Albert H. Manus
Mostly, we hear about his poems and short stories so it was fun to discover a novel with lots of wild, imaginative scenarios. It was entertaining and historically fascinating.Published 12 months ago by Prunella
My good friend Shalon Depriest made this, and maybe I'm biased, but she's a fabulous artist and she deserves your attention.Published 15 months ago by ashley kent
i was really hoping this would be more interesting. it's well-written and pretty easy to read it's just really boring.Published 15 months ago by autumn horton
This is a decent edition for a student. It contains many helpful footnotes and insights into many nuances of the story I might not have noticed otherwise, as well as much history... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Kels
While the idea is attractive, its execution leaves much too much to the reader's willingness to suspend belief of even the most outrageous assertions. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Yvonne H. Dinish-Noble
Written in 1838, this is the only complete novel written by Edgar Alan Poe. It is written as a first person narrative and describes in grisly detail the story of a stowaway on a... Read morePublished on May 17, 2012 by Linda Linguvic
The cumulative horror this work builds is almost unimaginable.
I had incredible feelings of anguish throughout. Read more