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Neurotic Poets - Edgar Allan Poe Personal tragedy was, unfortunately, a recurring theme throughout Edgar Allan Poe's life. Born in Boston in 1809 to actor parents, he never knew his father David Poe, who left his mother and disappeared soon after Edgar was born, then died in Virginia in 1810. His mother, who suffered from tuberculosis (then called consumption), died in Richmond, Virginia in late 1811, orphaning Edgar, his older brother William Henry, and half-sister Rosalie. Frances Allan of Richmond convinced her wealthy merchant husband John to take the child Edgar into their home. It was here that Edgar was to be raised, with his early influences being the stories of house slaves and the tales told by skippers and sea merchants. “ From childhood's hour I have not been As others were; I have not seen As others saw; I could not bring My passions from a common spring. ” ~ Poe in 'Alone' ~ Once back in Richmond, Edgar began writing poetry regularly when he was in his early teens. By the end of the year, Mr.
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