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The Master of Horror: Edgar Allan Poe's Great Works (SR)

Course number : LIR226   ID : 24136    Section Number : 1
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Edgar Allan Poe is a lasting figure in literary circles and mainstream culture alike. Known most famously (or infamously) as the Father of Horror. Learn why, or perhaps how, his writings and biography have captivated the world for nearly two centuries. During class, we will dive deep into Poe's most iconic poems and short stories, revealing the man behind the legend. All of Poe's works are available for free online, but if you want a physical copy, we recommend purchasing a copy of the Penguin Classics' "The Fall of the House of Usher and Other Writings" by Edgar Allan Poe. This is a comprehensive collection of Poe's most famous works.  The Edgar Allan Poe Festival and Awards is happening in Baltimore on Oct 8 and 9, for more information please go to  https://poefestinternational.com/. 

Class Details

3 Session(s)
Weekly - Mon

Location
ILRatFCC.com

Instructor
Kierstin Klimas 

 

Notice

Please read:  This Structured Remote Course is entirely online. The course does meet as a real-time online session during the scheduled class time. This course is offered in an online format only. Students must be able to access the course from your own computer/tablet using a link that will be emailed at least one business day prior to the course start. FCC will not be able to provide individual technical support to students during the class sessions. Should you experience difficulties and not be able to access the course, please contact the program office. Only students who have paid the course fee and are officially on the class roster, may join the online class session.

In County 

Price: $10.00

In State 

Price: $15.00

Out of State Price 

$20.00

Registration Closes On
Monday, September 19, 2022 @ 12:00 AM

Fees:

 $39.00


Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
9/19/2022 - 10/3/2022 Weekly - Mon 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM N/A - Online Kierstin Klimas