Edgar Allan Poe Storyteller
 
 
 
 
Edgar Allan Poe: Storyteller

Seven popular Poe stories, slightly adapted for language learners. Stories are suitable for high-intermediate and advanced learners of English. Edgar Allan Poe: Storyteller contains seven popular Poe stories: "The Mask of the Red Death," "The Story of William Wilson," "The Fall of the House of Usher," "The Black Cat," "The Murders in the Rue Morgue," "The Tell-Tale Heart," and "The Cask of Amontillado."
Edgar Allan Poe: Storyteller
Audio Note:
The following stories contain audio programs.

Instructions:
1. Click the story links in blue print to open the written text in a new window
2. Then click the play button on the audio player to listen to the audio version
Edgar Allan Poe: Storyteller - 90 pages - Seven popular Poe stories, slightly adapted for language learners. Stories are suitable for high-intermediate and advanced learners of English. Edgar Allan Poe: Storyteller contains seven popular Poe stories: "The Mask of the Red Death," "The Story of William Wilson," "The Fall of the House of Usher," "The Black Cat," "The Murders in the Rue Morgue," "The Tell-Tale Heart," and "The Cask of Amontillado."
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The Mask of the Red Death - 5 pages - The text of this story in Edgar Allan Poe: Storyteller describe a man named Prospero who isolates himself in one of his palaces to escape the deadly disease Red Death, which has been sweeping the country. However, a ghastly visitor shows up to his masquerade party uninvited.
The Story of William Wilson - 16 pages - The text of this psychological story in Edgar Allan Poe: Storyteller describe a narrator who asks to be called "William Wilson" and tells a tale about his encounters with his mysterious doppelganger. Try as he might to escape from the haunting whisper of an unknown figure, William Wilson always comes face to face ... with himself.
The Fall of the House of Usher - 12 pages - The text of this gothic story in Edgar Allan Poe: Storyteller describe a narrator who visits the macabre home of his childhood friend. As the narrator spends more time in the House of Usher, he discovers more within this House of Horrors.
Edgar Allan Poe: Storyteller
The Black Cat - 4 pages - The text of this story in Edgar Allan Poe: Storyteller describe a man who, while telling his story on the eve of his death, proclaims that he is psychologically sound despite his drunken and violent rages. At the center of his story is his beloved black cat Pluto. After Pluto bites the narrator on the hand during one of his drunken rages, he starts to go down a violent path.
The Murders in the Rue Morgue - 26 pages - The text of this murder/detective story in Edgar Allan Poe: Storyteller are about a man named C. Auguste Dupin, who brillantly solves the murder of Madame L'Espanaye and Mademoiselle Camille.
Edgar Allan Poe: Storyteller
Audio Note:
The following stories contain audio programs.

Instructions:
1. Click the story links in blue print to open the written text in a new window
2. Then click the play button on the audio player to listen to the audio version
The Tell-Tale Heart - 4 pages - The text of this story in Edgar Allan Poe: Storyteller are about a man who is obsessed with an elderly man's pale blue eye. During one of his late night watches of the old man, the man hears the old man's heart beating louder and louder.
The Cask of Amontillado - 5 pages - The text of this story in Edgar Allan Poe: Storyteller are about a man named Montresor who wants to commit revenge against his "friend" Fortunato. Luring the wine-loving Fortunato with the promise of tasting the rare and fine wine Amontillado, Montresor leads him down beneath his palace into the bowels of the earth.
 
 
 
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