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A PREDICAMENT by Edgar Allan Poe

1838 A PREDICAMENT by Edgar Allan Poe What chance, good lady, hath bereft you thus? COMUS. IT was a quiet and still afternoon when I strolled forth in the goodly city of Edina. The confusion and bustle in the streets were terrible. Men were talking. Women were screaming. Children were choking. Pigs were whistling. Carts […]

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