The Neighbour's perspective by DutchWriting2003 Edgar Allen Poe's short story The Tell - Tale Heart in the perspective of the neighbour.
K, English, words: 581, favs: 1, follows: 1, 7/3
El Diablo y La Muerte by Alquimista-Perdida Es un sueño, una alusión o los delirios de in pobre loco dentro de esas paredes de uno de los hospitales psiquiátricos más espeluznantes de la ciudad de Londres.
T, Spanish, Supernatural & Suspense, words: 955, 4/24
1 MUS 3 – The Rooks by perdixpartridge What's the story with the raven from Poe's The Raven?
K+, English, Mystery & Supernatural, words: 1k+, 11/13/2019
Tick Tock Goes The Clock by supremerulerofthecats The Tell Tale Heart. Exerpt of the trial of the main character guy that I had to do for school. Only posting this to do beta reading. Might edit later.
K, English, Drama & Crime, words: 950, favs: 1, follows: 2, 7/23/2019
2 The Raven (edited for time) by American Chimpanzee Why DIDN'T the skeleton cross the road? It didn't have the guts.
K+, English, Horror & Parody, words: 256, 10/30/2018
1 The Cask of Amontillado from Fortunato's point of view by trishathetrashywriter What Fortunato was thinking.
T, English, Drama & Suspense, words: 230, 7/12/2018
1 Character Perspective Assignment by Entnora The perspective from a locked-out peasant in "The Masque of the Red Death".
T, English, Horror, words: 395, 5/24/2018
2 Tis Not Nevermore by silverdoe394 Lenore has a response for her mourning love down on Earth.
K, English, Romance & Poetry, words: 109, favs: 1, 12/10/2017
2Return to Nevermore by Zoyciteyouma Suppose the obsessive narrator from the original poem might have inadvertently willed Lenore's spirit into a reluctant haunting. He'd be literally dragging her down with him. I imagine Lenore might have some strong feelings about that. I took the song "Black Cat" by Janet Jackson and crammed in as many Poe references as I could. Feel free to perform this at karaoke clubs.
T, English, Poetry & Parody, words: 312, 12/5/2017
1 The Vulture Eye (Oneshot) by PJOandHP4Life (Prequel to the famous work of Edgar Allen Poe "A Tell-Tale Heart") This is describing the events that led to the old man getting his evil eye. It's not a happy tale, but it was fun to write and I'm pretty proud of it. I did this for school and made into a fanfiction. I was tired when I wrote this so don't too judge harshly. (Cover image by books-rome-weirdness on Tumblr I think.)
T, English, Suspense & Horror, words: 1k+, favs: 4, follows: 1, 8/14/2017
Anger by AriaRain It's a poem about how anger feels.
K+, English, Poetry, words: 96, favs: 1, 6/25/2017
1 Though the Heavens May Fall by PineNutPesto Masque of the Red Death fic. Where the devil did that clock come from? The Duke doesn't know it, but his guilt will pursue him wherever he tries to hide.
K+, English, Supernatural, words: 756, favs: 1, 5/7/2017
1 On the Precipice of Life and Death by SarcasmFont "Tell me…what do you think happens when we die?"/ In which an old man on the brink of death is visited by an even older friend...or in which two undeserving men ponder the consequences of their actions in life on what comes after their death./ One-shot. Crossover between Most Dangerous Game & Cask of Amontillado...yes, it's an odd mix, but there have been stranger things on here.
K+, English, Supernatural & Spiritual, words: 1k+, favs: 1, 5/5/2017
Revenge for Fortunato by underthestars93 Set 50 years after the events of The Cask of the Amontillado, we follow Fortunato's granddaughter, Isabella, as she learns the truth behind Fortunato's death and then uses this newfound knowledge to try and obtain justice for her family name. Quick one-shot I wrote for a short story class in university. Please R&R! :)
K+, English, Suspense & Drama, words: 2k+, favs: 2, 12/25/2016
A Different Perspective of the Fall by Xx.MadHatress.xX The thoughts behind the remaining Usher before his fall with the house.
K+, English, Tragedy & Drama, words: 946, 12/23/2016
2 The Disturbed, The Demented, The Damned by Masked Man 2 This research paper was written about three of Poe's short stories: The Tell-Tale Heart, The Black Cat, and The Imp of the Perverse, analyzing how Poe portrays the fall of the human mind to evil and violence through impulse and madness.
T, English, Horror & Crime, words: 2k+, favs: 1, 12/8/2016
1 Don't be Lost to Me by ShilohSnake A poem I wrote for Edgar and his darling Virginia
T, English, Romance & Hurt/Comfort, words: 117, 10/4/2016
2 The Insult of Montresor by Ondine de la Mer In Edgar Allen Poe's -The Cask of Amontillado- we know that Fortunato offered Montresor a great insult, and it was this that led to his murder. But just what was it that had offended him so? One-shot. It's my first published story, so tell me what you think!
K, English, Drama & Humor, words: 903, favs: 2, 7/31/2016
1 The Masque of Red Death by Regina Nigrum Martis1 9 9 9 The famous story,written by the imaginary hands of Edgar Allan Poe,which became known from the literary (and maybe literally) existance of the mysterious and legendary Phantom of the opera. See the world that you know with a different,darker and almost,allusive view,like Poe and Opera Ghost had did once upon a time,inside from a simple,but enough descriptive poem of mine.
K, English, Poetry & Mystery, words: 607, 7/6/2016
1The Tell-Tale Heart by RutherfordiumRF This story contains a vast amount of vocabulary that kids may not be able to comprehend. Violence is brief but exposure is seen in the story. One added character is the Old Man's family. This story is recommended for individuals who are older than 14. Comments can critic the story but please keep your opinions to yourself. Thank you!
T, English, Horror & Mystery, words: 677, 6/26/2016
2 Tells of the Hideous Heart by Masked Man 2 An analysis of style in The Tell-Tale Heart, written for an AP English class.
T, English, Horror, words: 1k+, favs: 1, follows: 1, 6/6/2016
1 The Cask of Amontillado Retold by RosieBrie Venture hither through the vaults, in full resolve to pay your faults. Hope and pray you choke upon the nitre just before. Intoxication, tainting vice- accounted for to count your price, And here I was pedantic, we needn't any gore. Bind you to your sins, set in stone unopened doors. Tonight I'll work and nothing more. /The Cask of Amontillado Retold in the style of The Raven.
K+, English, Tragedy & Poetry, words: 514, 5/15/2016
4 Tick Tock Goes the Clock by sohypothetically A re-work of "Masque of the Red Death" told in the style of Dr. Seuss. Rated T because...Poe.
T, English, Horror & Suspense, words: 647, favs: 3, 5/14/2016
The Cask of Amontillado - Alternative Ending by Simbelmyne20 Well, last semester in literature class at uni, the teacher asked us to do an alternative ending of the story. I wrote it, and in class my team made the performance. Hope you like it. Also, I want to thank to a friend, who corrected my little grammar mistakes. Oh!, I almost forgot to mention that English is not my native language, so this is a good way to improve my writing skills.
T, English, Crime & Mystery, words: 744, favs: 1, 4/26/2016
2The Bottle » by Band4life15 This is a story that I had to write for school, in the style of Edgar Allen Poe, but turned out really well. Just read it, and don't think that it's exactly like one of Poe's dreary stories. Amara and her family always seemed normal, if but a little out there, but there's one thing she's always had to hide: the fact that her entire family is mentally insane. Rated T for violence.
T, English, Tragedy & Horror, chapters: 9, words: 7k+, updated: 3/10/2016 published: 1/7/2016