Edgar Allan Poe: Buried Alive does an honorable service for the writer who embodied, as well as created, “The Imp of the Perverse.”
Edgar Allan Poe
The Annotated Poe invites readers to take a fresh look at Edgar Allan Poe and his far-ranging artistic legacy.
October brings in epics from the classics (Shakespeare and Dickens), ghost stories from the classics (Poe, Henry James), a tragicomedy from a classic (O’Neill), and a comedy from a classic (Ben Jonson). Annie Baker, Ethan Coen, and the Rude Mechanicals provide some welcome respite from the tried-and-true. Given the state of the economy and the […]