The Fall of the House of Usher
Publish date: February 2nd 2004
Publisher: BookSurge Classics
Pages no: 36
Edition language: English
So, after having spent the past weekend and the better part of last night and today tying up half a dozen half-finished bingo reads that, naturally, hadn't shown any progress whatsoever while I was exiled on planet work overload, for the time being I'm back on track. And thus I am happy to finally ...
This is one of Edgar Allan Poe's acclaimed short stories, made unforgettable when it was adapted to film by Roger Corman in 1960, starring Vincent Price. The Fall of the House of Usher was published in September 1839 and helped build Poe's credibility as a serious writer. It embodied the elemen...
The Fall of the House of Usher is one of Poe's more popular stories, especially among his earlier ones, but, as it just so happens, it is also, in my opinion, one of his worst. This short story is about a house owned by a slightly insane man named Usher, whose sister is ridden with malady. Usher's f...
I read this one years ago. Creepy and atmospheric. I'll probably reread it soon and give a better review.
Well, that was boring. And not at all frightening, or creepy either.