Poe’s Women

Poe’s Women

by C. F. Dorn

Edgar Allan Poe is about to embark on “the one great purpose of my literary life,” a magazine that would bring him fame and fortune. Griswold, his nemesis, has the financial backers under his control, and insists on sharing credit with Poe as his co-publisher, and the magazine–THE STYLUS–will include a monthly column by a hate-monger and nativist, “Arcton”. Each refusal by Poe to consent to Griswold’s unreasonable terms results in the death of one of Poe’s faithful devotees, the women who followed him; those whom he loved most.

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