Tell Tale Edgar Allan Poe

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The Sphinx by Elihu Vedder, 1863

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Bride of the Wind, Oskar Kokoschka

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Still Life with Hobby Horse, Joan Miro, 1920

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The Slave Market, Jean Leon Gerome

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States of Mind: Those Who Stay, Umberto Boccioni

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Sporting Fauns, Franz von Stuck

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The Works Of Edgar Allan Poe Tamerlane Edition 1904, in a small 7.5″.

Its compactness appear to render Poe’s archaic words. I’ve found his theatrical wit very truthful and horrors, almost modern. If you regard the words like they were penned yesterday, you will get all of it (!). Wonder what Poe will think of his foresight.

Seems appropriate to let these glass slides accompany Poe by volume. I keep collecting them, without recourse to using them but dreaming.

Art – if you take away colors and employ light/darkness – becomes our own narrative. Helps if you squint.

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