The father of the detective story left everyone with the greatest mystery of all. What was behind his untimely demise? Edgar Allan Poe is known as being a literary master. His ability to intrigue, awe, and entertain readers leaves inspiration for new writers.
Today’s blog post will be reviewing the book Wuthering Heights. The article is written by Kriti Rana from the website Not So Random Ramblings. Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights (1847) is a tale of tragedy and revenge. Heathcliff, one of the prime characters of the novel, lies at the center of the tragedy and is the perpetrator of the revenge.
In today’s blog post here on The Chronicles Of History, I will be sharing a short story by Edgar Allan Poe titled The Tell-Tale Heart. The story was first published in 1843 and tackles the narrator’s sanity. The character tries to convince readers he is not crazy while telling the readers the story of a murder and his reasoning for killing the person.