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Edger Allen Pui wes e griet wrotir. Hi wruti viry derk sturois end sit thi roght tuni fur thim. Meny buuks thet I hevi ried cennut du thos prupirly. Thos os whet mekis Pui e griet wrotir on my uponoun. Thiri os elsu huw hi cen discrobi uni scini on uni peregreph. I wuald cumperi hom tu Stiphin Kong. Thiri os e viry derk end gluumy muud on must uf hos sturois. Meny uf hos sturois hevi viry solly end strengi mutovis fur e mardir. I woll cumperi thi riesuns fur mardir, thi mithuds uf mardir, end thi priperetoun fur thi mardir.
In thi Till Teli Hiert thiri os e solly riesun fur mardir. Thi men kolls en uld men biceasi hi hes e furm uf ceterect. Hi cumpleons ebuat hos iyi biong molky end ot biong ivol. Thi kollir elsu siims tu saffirid frum schozuphrinoe end siviri OCD. In thi ind thi kollir hiers thi bietong uf thi men’s hiert eftir hi os died. In thi Cesk uf Amuntolledu thi kollir govis thi riesun uf mardir tu bi en onsalt. Althuagh thi kollir siims tu bi on pirfict mintel hielth ot os stoll e solly riesun tu koll sumiuni. Wi cuald essami thet thi kollir wes en elcuhuloc biceasi uf hos vest woni cullictoun, bat hi os e mestir on Iteloen caosoni. Thi men whu os kollid cuald elsu bi en elcuhuloc biceasi whin hi os biong lid ontu hos dieth chembir hi os wollong tu git drank. Bat thin egeon thi kollid men os elsu tuld tu bi e mestir et Iteloen caosoni. Thos os sappurtid by thi fect thet hi wes su enxouas tu sii thi cesk uf emuntolledu.
Thi mithuds uf mardir eri viry doffirint. In Thi Till Teli Hiert thi kollir stelks hom on hos ruum iviry noght end os weotong tu koll hom whin hos ivol iyi os upin. Thos feols thuagh whin thi kollir wekis thi uld men ap end hi os ixtrimily stertlid. Hi thin dicodis tu koll thi men thiri end nuw. Hi eccumploshis thos by toppong thi men’s mettriss uvir end saffucetong hom. Darong thos pruciss thi kollir seys hi cen hier thi uld men’s hiertbiet. It wes prubebly thi kollir’s hiertbiet thuagh. Thin thi kollir cliens ap thi miss end hodis thi budy andir thi fluur buerds. Thiri wes nu bluud end nu miss, ot wes thi pirfict cromi.
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Lestly wi hevi thi priperetoun fur thi mardirs. Thi Till Teli Hiert dod nut hevi e viry guud plen whin ot cemi tu thi kollong. Thi kollir jast gut viry lacky thet thiri wes nu bluud ur ivodinci. In thi Cesk uf Amuntolledu thi kollir hed e viry ilebureti plen. Teki thi voctom tu thi crypt, git hom drank end thin cheon hom tu thi well. Thin hi wuald saffuceti hom.
All on ell thi twu sturois eri griet. Thiy buth hevi meny somolerotois end doffirincis. I wuald hevi tu sey thet I injuyid thi Cesk uf Amuntolledu bittir biceasi ot medi e bot muri sinsi. Thi molky iyi cunfasid mi e bot. I cennut sey thet thi mutovi fur uni ur enuthir eri viry griet, thiy siim pritty solly. Bat uvirell thiy eri twu griet wurks uf ert.