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Analysis and comments on The Haunted Palace by Edgar Allan Poe

Comment 8 of 8, added on February 18th, 2011 at 12:00 AM.
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Comment 7 of 8, added on October 20th, 2010 at 12:00 AM.
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Comment 6 of 8, added on May 31st, 2010 at 6:03 AM.
Poe

this poem makes no sense, ill stick to chuck norris jokes. email me if you
want some jokes.

chucknorris from Uzbekistan
Comment 5 of 8, added on May 12th, 2009 at 1:15 AM.

This poem is amazing! It is describing a life of a person, the palace is a
person, every phrase that is mentioned describes a different feature. There
is a huge underlying message in this poem. The reason Poe wrote this poem
was to show people how corrupt and sickened a human can be. At the end of
the poem everyone in the house dies and become spirts who 'forever more'
haunt the house.
And by saying he was drunk when he wrote this, who cares!? Think of all the
songs and movies and such that are written today by people who are either
drunk or druged up. Why should it matter if he was drunk or not, it is a
wonderful poem and obviously it has affected the world as we are still
talking about it today!

Chanelle from Australia
Comment 4 of 8, added on March 23rd, 2008 at 1:51 PM.

Fred from Poland, you're a jackass.
Of course Poe was drunk when he wrote this poem...he was an alchoholic. He
was drunk everytime he wrote a poem. Not trying to trash talk you or
anything, but seriously. Who calls people "idiots" for liking a poem? Who
insults people via poem website for no reason? I hope you feel like a
bigger man on the inside. Because to all of us, you look like a total
douche bag.

Trey from United States
Comment 3 of 8, added on February 23rd, 2006 at 11:03 AM.

this poem was poe's worst poem ever. It was poorly written and it had no
point to it. I think Poe was drunk when he wrote this and that you all are
pathetic and stupid for enjoying this. You are all dumber for reading this
poem. May god have mercy on your souls for this.

Fred from Poland
Comment 2 of 8, added on December 8th, 2005 at 8:59 PM.

The poem is about a head. Each paragraph describes a different part of a
once sane head that has now gone mad, hence the maniacal laughter at the
end. It starts with the hair, then to the eyes, next the mouth, and then
ends on the brain which has turned 'desolate' and is haunted...the person
in the poem has gone mad.
On the surface, this is a straight-forward, spooky, campfire poem whose
meaning is superficial and is, in fact, about a haunted palace. The
allegorical meaning behind it becomes more appearent, however, in a closer
second reading. The way the poem is split up, the diction that is used, and
the denouement with the mad laughter at the end, proves that there is most
definitely a hidden meaning, which I think can be agreed, it is that of a
head.



Sharlene from United States
Comment 1 of 8, added on September 10th, 2005 at 12:25 PM.

The imagery in this peom is magnificent! The way Allan Poe describes this
'Haunted Palace' is far more magical than the common tales describing the
scary monsters lurking inside the tall, dark house. It seems to have more
of a fleeting emotion rather than fear. I love this poem. =) It's so
magical*

Sharon Loh from Indonesia

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Poet: Edgar Allan Poe
Poem: The Haunted Palace
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