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Edgar Allan Poe was a famous American poet short story writer who lived from 1809-1849 He was born in Boston on January 19th 1809 and was orphaned at an early age after which he was sent to live with a foster family The Allans in Richmond Shortly after he then married his 13-year-old cousin Virginia in 1836 He became famous upon the publication of his poem The Raven in 1845 His life was made worse by intense drinking bouts which gave him a bad reputation After the death of Poes wife 1847 he fell apart and died two years later on October 7 1849 Edgar Allan Poe was not fortunate with women Women are the most beautiful creatures in the world They should be honored respected and loved In Edgar Allan Poes case he loved women but had a problem with keeping them for a long period of time At the age of three he lost his mother Edgar Allan Poe was sent to live with a foster family the Allan family Edgar Allan Poes bond with his new mother was very deep He cared for her she gave Edgar Allan Poe all her love When Edgar Allan Poe was fifteen years old his mother died She died from a disease named Tuberculosis Since he didnt get along with his father he left his house He went back to Boston were he was born At the age of twenty-six he married his half-cousin Virginia she was only thirteen years old One day while his wife was performing she coughed a small amount of blood at that point Edgar Allan Poe knew exactly what was going on he was going to lose her His wife became ill so ill that sometimes she couldnt walk to the dining room He sometimes had to carry her She recovered but became ill again this time never recovering She died on 1847 from the disease Tuberculosis Edgar Allan Poe couldnt
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