The Poems of Edgar Allan Poe are a collection of the writer and poet's poetic work. The collection includes well-known poems such as The Bells and Annabel Lee, works that have helped to shape perceptions of Poe and scholarship centered on his work. Poe's poems are thematically consistent with his stories, focusing on the deaths of beautiful women, the depravity of criminal underworlds in American cities, and the terrors of the human psyche.

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