TALES OF MYSTERY AND IMAGINATION EDGAR ALLAN POE PDF

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Tell each pair to think of some questions that they would like to ask William Wilson. After about ten minutes, get the students to form new pairs and to take it in turns to ask and answer each others questions.

Finally, ask some of the pairs to act out the conversation in front of the whole class.

Then write the following questions on the board: Do you feel any sympathy for William Wilson? Working individually for another five minutes or so, the students note down their answers.

Then put the students into groups of four or five and ask them to exchange their views on the following question: Does William Wilson deserve our sympathy? Encourage the students always to give reasons for their answers.

Finally, call on the groups to present their views to the rest of the class. Working with the whole class, ask the students to write whether or not they agree with this statement and why or why not. After a few minutes, ask individual students to read out their answers.

Write the key points up on the board. Keep the discussion going for as long as the students interest remains high enough.

The Gold-Bug 5 Discuss: Put the students into groups of three or four. Each student thinks of a real or imaginary story of buried treasure. They write down a few details of the story and then share the information with the other members of their group.

Then the students choose one of the stories and recount it to the rest of the class. Make sure the students know the expression to break a code. Put the students into pairs and ask each pair to invent their own code using number and other symbols.

After ten or fifteen minutes, get each pair to write a short message using their code and to swap messages with another pair. The character Roderick Usher has often been compared with Poe himself; both lived in continual fear of death and kept apart from human company.

Two more shocking stories in which death claims victory are 'The Red Death' and 'The Barrel of Amontillado' Set in Hungary, it is a story about the power of evil.

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Auguste Dupin, on whom other great fictional characters such as Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes were later modelled. He hardly knew his parents, who were both actors; his father left when Edgar was a baby, and his mother died before he reached the age of three.

John Allan and his wife Frances took the young boy into their home and brought him up as their own child.

Between and he lived in Scotland and England, where he did well in his studies at a private school near London. Returning to America, he went to study languages at the University of Virginia in He was an excellent student, but John Allan never sent him enough money to live on.

Poe turned to playing cards for money to help him download the books and clothes he needed, but lost so much that he was forced to leave the university after a few months. Poe was determined to become a professional writer, against John Allan's wishes, and the two quarrelled. He left home and went to Boston, where he joined the army.If you rush through and This will be another ongoing review, as I've been doing with collections and anthologies.

Allocate the following roles: What did Fortunato do to Montresor to make him hate him so much?

He hardly knew his parents, who were both actors; his father left when Edgar was a baby, and his mother died before he reached the age of three. After a few minutes, ask individual students to read out their answers.