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With this idea in mind, Poe shows the consequences of losing the love of one's life through his short stories and his poetry, and also tries to bring reason to his own troubled life. In the works of Poe, a man without his love becomes a man without the most vital part of his spirit and collapses in a horrifying manner. "For Poe, the most notable glimpse of eternity available to man is in the beauty of woman, always ephemeral, always melancholic" (Graham 2760). Poe's obsession with dying women stems from his own life. His mother died when he was only three.
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After one year, Poe had to end his education, being broke and an alcoholic. After this he had many bouts with the army. In b... ... middle of paper ... ...oe, do not think of him as a sick man who was obsessed with death. Think of him as a man that was tired of the sorrow life was throwing him, who used poetry as only a way to counter this sorrow by catching a glimpse of the Beauty that was divine. Works Cited Frank, Frederick S., and Anthony Magistrale.
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