EDGAR ALLAN POE. LS. laura sibaja. Updated Nov. EDGAR ALLAN POE. BIOGRAFIA. LA CAJA OBLONGA. EL GATO NEGRO. Closing. Edgar Allan Poe: Narrativa Completa (Spanish Edition) eBook: Edgar Allan El entierro prematuro – Revelación mesmérica – La caja oblonga – El demonio de . Libro bilingüe English/Español Edgar Allan Poe En este intervalo descubrimos una caja oblonga de madera que, a juzgar por su conservación perfecta y.

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At first it seemed like a detective story with a touch of supernatural.

Threatening weather soon arrives In other projects Wikisource. But the end truly made it even weirder.

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About Edgar Allan Poe. The mystery is pretty obvious from the beginning, bu 3. He’s surprised that his friend’s wife is ugly, w I really was frightfully disappointed in this perplexing tale. Hardy explains that the box had, in fact, held the corpse of Wyatt’s recently deceased young wife.

Jan 17, Alejandra Sandoval rated it really liked it. Wonderfully-told tale that kept my interest, with a little bit of the “creepy factor. View all 3 comments.

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Jun 27, Dawn Michelle rated it liked it Shelves: This story didn’t seem like it followed the usual line of Poe; ooe of the foreboding atmosphere of pblonga, this felt more inquisitive.


For several nights, the narrator witnesses his friend’s surprisingly unattractive wife leaving the state-room every night around 11 o’clock and going into the third state-room before returning first thing in the morning. For more information, please see http: View all 6 comments. It went the way of Poe’s usual endings, but who would have it any other way.

I loved the narration allqn of course, how it ends. He immediately jumps to the conclusion that his friend has bought a priceless painting and determines to find out For the most part, Poe’s stories are about psychological disturbances and horrors, which I can respect. Refresh and try again.

But, this is Poe, so the reader expected it, whereas the character probably wouldn’t expect something so grotesque. Retrieved 22 October This page was last edited on 22 Octoberat After conjecturing the extra room was for a servant or extra baggage, he learns his friend has brought on board an oblong pine box.

It is available at Archive. Mar 30, Daniel DallaValle rated it really liked it Shelves: Mar 19, Fernando rated it it was amazing.

The narrator notes its peculiar shape and an especially odd odor coming from it. Thanks to Carol for steering me to this one. He issues an emotional plea to Captain Hardy but is denied. The box, the narrator is surprised to learn, shares the state-room with Wyatt and his wife, while the second room is shared by the two sisters.


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Though not one of Poe’s classics, it was, none the less a classic to me. The story opens with the unnamed narrator recounting a summer sea voyage from Charleston, South Carolina to New York City aboard the ship Independence. Views Read Edit View history.

What can I say? Nov 02, Shelley rated it really liked it.

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At least it wasn’t filled with much incoherent ramblings. I am so glad that I didn’t have to live lblonga Mr. Jul 18, Cassie rated it liked it Shelves: Oct 22, Carol rated it really liked it Shelves: Not a pie story, not as creepy at The Cask of Amontillado or as enjoyable as some of Poe’s poetry, but it was good.

Jun 21, Exina rated it liked it Shelves: I just pitied the husband and thought the narrator was totally out of line for being such a rude and thoughtless little shit.

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