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The fall of the house of Edgar

February 18, 2007

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More than 30 years ago, not long after I moved into an apartment on Carver Street, I was informed by a long-term resident of the street's Edgar Allan Poe connection. The address mentioned in your article as the likely location of Poe's birth, 62 Carver St., is consistent with what I was told. (Full article: 236 words)

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