“The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade” By Edgar Allan Poe Review

In the story, on the thousand and second night after her wedding, Scheherazade tells her husband the King a story in which Sinbad travels the world on what he believes to be the back of a monster. Sinbad is not aware that he is really traveling on a 19th-century steamship.

This one was a silly and absurd short story which was pretty interesting. 

This one was another humorous story. Which again pretty much killed the vibe of the creepy and scary.

The writing style in this one was pretty good which pretty much surprised me here. 

The imagination here was very on point.

The beginning was good but it sort of went downhill from there.

However I still have a mixed feeling about this one which might explained the low rating on this one.

This short story isn’t something which is the typical Edgar Allan Poe story. This one is neither a type of story that people think of when someone mentions Edgar Allan Poe.

I give this poem 2 / 5

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