ABSTRACT. Edgar Allan Poe’s classic macabre stories and melancholic love-stricken poems have always been a source of inspiration. While the adaptations have been more or less faithful to the original pieces of literature, the results include absolute landmarks in the careers of many directors and actors. pp. 100–133

Keywords: Edgar Allan Poe; film adaptation; The Murders in the Rue Morgue; The Fall of the House of Usher; The Raven; The Black Cat; August Dupin; Roger Corman; Richard Matheson; Vincent Price

Lucia-Alexandra Tudor
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Gheorghe Asachi Technical University, Romania

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