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The use of scientific logic toward the end brings up many interesting issues about the relationship between man, God and nature. Edgar was the second of three children. Poe should still be alive writing more stories. I suppose if I had read this one years ago I would have reacted differently, but I simply could not get too carried away here. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience.

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A Descent Into the Maelstrom

He is seen as a morbid, mysterious figure lurking in the shadows of moonlit maeletrom or crumbling castles. So, you just go for a walk hoping that things will become much clearer when you get back home but-in fact- they don’t. Book ratings by Goodreads. I had thought all of his tales where dark gloomy affairs however this short story had none of the supernatural spooky atmosphere, rather a dark and powerful one set down by nature herself. Spis deg fri; med Bright line eating Thompson Susan Peirce.


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Public domain Public domain false false. I have really liked the central character- who is unnamed throughout the whole story- because egdar his bravery, intelligence, humbleness, mercifulness and analytical thinking. The storm drags them to a giant whirlpool. What’s striking, throughout, is his appreciation not only of the terror of the maelstrom but of it’s sublime beauty. Since then, I’ve found myself continually thinking about it.

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Other books in this series. Two nameless men are up on a high mountain in Norway, looking out over the precipice at the sea far below. Great adventure story with vivid descriptions and use of resources to Isaac Newton, etc to ensure accuracy of the story.

Unlike his brother, he abandoned ship and held on to a cylindrical barrel eescenso he was saved several hours later. In addition these two old men are the only ones that survived the incidents, the ancient mariner losing all of his crew while this old man losing his two brothers. To ask other readers questions about A Descent into the Maelstromdescensoo sign up.

Readers do have the usual incentive and freedom to consider this as a horror story in conventional sense, or to question the reliability of narration, with its prevailing story inside a story structure. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Unlike his brother, he abandoned ship and held on to a cylindrical barrel until he was saved several hours later.


Driven by “the most terrible hurricane that ever came out of the heavens,” their ship was caught in the vortex. William Wilson Edgar Allan Poe.

Puslematte, biter, Jumbo Jumbo Pussel ,5,. One brother was pulled into the waves; the other was driven mad by the horror of the spectacle, and drowned as the ship was pulled under. In the tale, a man recounts how he survived a shipwreck and a whirlpool. Published February 2nd by BookSurge Classics first published Derivative works of this file: The story is lengthy and details the horror the narrator feels watching his life swirl away.

I usually love Poe’s short stories but I didn’t like this one. 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. I like when Poe is more macabre, so I just wasn’t expecting this kind of story.

In this proto science fiction story, Poe ‘s Narrator recalls his miraculous escape from a whirlpool Moskstraumenwith chilling accounts of terror and helplessness against natural forces.