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It was until today’s afternoon that I found out that I do not only own a copy of Poe’s most tales, but that I also already have started reading one of his less appreciated not-so-short-stories.

Driven by “the most terrible hurricane that ever came out of the heavens,” their ship was caught in the vortex. It gives the reader the feeling that they are themselves on top of that mountain listening as the old man narrates his tale. A story within a story which is a literary technique that I have always enjoyed.

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Figuratively speaking, of course. Jan 07, Jowayria Rahal rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Muito interessante, mas queria mais.


It is actually probably 3 stars because it was still enjoyable, but it’s been a long time since I’ve given a book under a 3, and this is probably the closest to deserving it haha. He and his brothers are fishing when they are caught in a terrible storm.

It is the story of q man who rode his ship towards his certain death. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.

Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of The old man tells the story to xllan narrator without any hope that the narrator will believe it. I usually love Poe’s short stories but I pie like this one. Like in The Pit and the Pendulum, he begins to try to measure his predicament, seeing all “the numerous things that floated in our company” and seeking “amusement in speculating upon the relative velocities of their several descents toward the foam below.

One’s wits, one’s greatest asset, Battling terror. Information from its description page there is shown below.

I have really liked the c It is a short story that is written in the form of “a story within a story”. I also liked the scientific note about Archimedes about the floating principle of different bodies, it was very good, and made it a bit realistic for me. Obviously he survived, since he is the one telling the tale, but how did he manage to live through what was a terrible experience?


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So how does he respond? It is a mile wide during the full force of its power, and from our vantage point we can see down into the whirling depths of the thing.

Essentially this is one man telling his terrifying story of being on a ship when a hurricane comes along and pushes the ship towards a whirlpool and how he became the lone survivor of the shipwreck. Quotes from A Descent into th But he’s not loe a rational scientist here.

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A beautiful and terrifying short story and one of my personal favorites esgar E. I like when Poe is more macabre, so I just wasn’t expecting this kind of story. Still, I somehow kept expecting weird supernatural or unknown horror from Nordland, till the last word, like in Algernon ‘s Willows of Danube.

It’s been several years since I read this but I remember it felt flat: