“Silence: A Fable” By Edgar Allan Poe Review

The story is told by a Demon, who sits and observes the actions of a solitary man in a desolate, terrifying land. Through the tale, the Demon attempts to provoke a reaction in the man, detailing his manipulations of the hellish, nightmarish landscape around the man.

This one is kind of pretty hard to review because I had really hard time connecting with this story and make up my mind if I liked it or not.

This story was about a demon and a human talk in some enchanted land. And the demon seems to change without any reason. 

For the most part the writing style is fine but Edgar Allan Poe was able to do a much better job than this one. 

The moral itself in this story wasn’t quite so clear as in the rest of Edgar Allan Poe’s stories and poems. 

It isn’t scary but it is sort of haunting tale in its own way. 

For the most part it is an enjoyable, quick and interesting.

I give this poem 2 / 5

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