Analysis Of The Poem ' Annabelle Lee ' By Edgar Allen Poe

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For my Written Task One, I am doing English: Language and Literature. I chose to take the poem Annabelle Lee by Edgar Allen Poe and turn it into a short story. Poe’s structure of his poems flows like a story, but he chose to use the conventions of a poem instead of a story. I will use Poe’s ideas from his poem Annabelle Lee and create my own story, using a more modern language. Poe’s intended audience were educated adults in America. Even though his intended audiences were adults in America, his writing usually had European, romanticism, and gothic touches because many authors at that time had education based in Europe. My intended audience will be fans of Edgar Allen Poe’s poems. Poe’s purpose had been to share his stories and …show more content…

She looked so sad that I walked over to her and said I needed help with my castle. She looked at her small pile and accepted my offer. Ever since that day we worked on our castles together, building towers that seemed to stretch to the skies. We grew close and soon, we were falling in love. Even as kids we knew what was happening and we declared our love for each other while building fortresses out of sand.

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