One absolutely perfect pairing was Basil Rathbone and Vincent Price who were asked to read the works of Edgar Allan Poe over the course of 5 hours. Rathbone, a South African-born Shakespearean actor, is most famous for playing Sherlock Holmes in movies and radio plays, as well as low-budget horror films like The Black Sheep. Vincent Price is of course known for his iconic evil villains in many horror movies including some movie adaptations of the works of Edgar Allan Poe — The Raven and The Masque of the Red Death, among others.
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Edit page. Clear your history. He wrote about many things, but death, and the return from death, and the voices and remembrances of the dead pervade Poe's work -- like dramatist John Webster in Eliot's poem, Poe "was much obsessed with death. He saw the skull beneath the skin.
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The life, short, tangled, strange, becomes a frame for the work, giving it context, and supplying both unanswerable mysteries and a shape in which the stories and the poems wait for each new generation of readers to discover them. And discover them we do. The best of Poe doesn't date.
http://nhp-saratov.ru/includes/bourbon/xyj-znakomstva-po-rostov.php The stories still delight. I suspect they always will. Poe isn't for everyone. He's too heady a draught for that. He may not be for you. But there are secrets to appreciating Poe, and I shall let you in on one of the most important ones: read him aloud. Read the poems aloud. Read the stories aloud. Feel the way the words work in your mouth, the way the syllables bounce and roll and drive and repeat, or almost repeat. Poe's poems would be beautiful if you spoke no English indeed, a poem like "Ulalume" remains opaque even if you do understand English -- it implies a host of meanings, but does not provide any solutions.
Lines which, when read on paper, seem overwrought or needlessly repetitive or even mawkish, when spoken aloud reshape and reconfigure. You may feel peculiar, or embarrassed, reading aloud; if you would rather read aloud in solitude I suggest you find a secret place; or if you would like an audience, find someone who likes to be read to, and read to him or to her. For a long time, one of my favourite books-as-an-object has been a copy of Tales of Mystery and the Imagination , illustrated by the Irish stained-glass artist Harry Clarke, with a passion and a madness and an intense sense of shadows and of the wrongnesses of angle and form that seem perfectly suited to Poe's nightmarish tales.
But then, Poe's stories will always cry out to be illustrated.