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Edgar Allan Poe & Auguste Dupin, Aus den Archiven, Folge 12: Die Klinik-Morde
Edgar Allan Poe & Auguste Dupin, Aus den Archiven, Folge 12: Die Klinik-Morde
Edgar Allan Poe & Auguste Dupin, Aus den Archiven, Folge 12: Die Klinik-Morde
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Edgar Allan Poe & Auguste Dupin, Aus den Archiven, Folge 12: Die Klinik-Morde

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Die Nervenklinik des Doktor Y genießt einen ausgesprochen guten Ruf in den höheren Pariser Kreisen und erregt auch die Aufmerksamkeit von C. Auguste Dupin und Edgar Allan Poe. Unter den als geheilt entlassenen Patienten kommt es zu einer mysteriösen Mordserie. Dupin ist sich sicher: Täter und Motiv lassen sich nur in der Klinik finden. Deshalb greift er zu einer List. Poe soll sich als vermeintlich verwirrter Patient dort einschleusen, um Licht ins Dunkel zu bringen. Was er und Dupin entdecken, ist unglaublich!
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Erscheinungsdatum20. Nov. 2020
Edgar Allan Poe & Auguste Dupin, Aus den Archiven, Folge 12: Die Klinik-Morde
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Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) was an American poet, short story writer, and editor. Born in Boston to a family of actors, Poe was abandoned by his father in 1810 before being made an orphan with the death of his mother the following year. Raised in Richmond, Virginia by the Allan family of merchants, Poe struggled with gambling addiction and frequently fought with his foster parents over debts. He attended the University of Virginia for a year before withdrawing due to a lack of funds, enlisting in the U.S. Army in 1827. That same year, Poe anonymously published Tamerlane and Other Poems, his first collection. After failing to graduate from West Point, Poe began working for several literary journals as a critic and editor, moving from Richmond to Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York. In 1836, he obtained a special license to marry Virginia Clemm, his 13-year-old cousin, who moved with him as he pursued his career in publishing. In 1838, Poe published The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket, a tale of a stowaway on a whaling ship and his only novel. In 1842, Virginia began showing signs of consumption, and her progressively worsening illness drove Poe into deep depression and alcohol addiction. “The Raven” (1845) appeared in the Evening Mirror on January 29th. It was an instant success, propelling Poe to the forefront of the American literary scene and earning him a reputation as a leading Romantic. Following Virginia’s death in 1847, Poe became despondent, overwhelmed with grief and burdened with insurmountable debt. Suffering from worsening mental and physical illnesses, Poe was found on the streets of Baltimore in 1849 and died only days later. He is now recognized as a literary pioneer who made important strides in developing techniques essential to horror, detective, and science fiction.

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