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The Murders in the Rue Morgue The Murders in the Rue MorgueThe story is told through an anonymous narrator The narrator meets Monsieur Dupin in a bookstore and ends up becoming friends Monsieur Dupin comes from an important and wealthy family, but he has almost nothing The narrator, a man of wealth, rents a deserted mansion He and the new friend agree to live together for as long as the narrator stays in Paris Monsieur Dupin is a very intelligent man with a great analytical talent, able to know what someone is thinking based on what happened to him during the day One day as they walk the streets, they see in the newspaper a front page story about a double murder, mother and daughter, on Rue Morgue, a deserted Paris alley The murders are violently vicious and for no apparent reason, since nothing was stolen, even though the house was totally overturned French police have no clue about the killer, but they arrest a bank clerk who helped the victim take money home the afternoon of the murder Dupin believes he can free the man, his acquaintance, by finding the real killer With the permission of the pol In these first five stories about Poe s detective Auguste Dupin, he establishes many of the traditions or motifs we know from classic detective fiction The eccentric but brilliant detective who solves the mystery merely by analysing the facts from his armchair, the mystery of how a murder was committed in a closed room, laying a false trail with false clues or red herrings for the reader to follow are just three of his original tropes, which are now so familiar that they are almost cliches On its publication, the first story, The Murders in the Rue Morgue, written in 1841, was highly praised for its inventiveness and new style of storytelling A murder was committed on the fourth floor, the windows were closed from the inside, the chimney was too narrow for even a cat to get through, so how did the murderer escape Such a clever conundrum had never before been presented to readers, implicitly inviting them to solve the mystery Interestingly, Poe also establishes the convention of the bumbling policeman , who is outwitted by Dupin, in this story However Poe is sometimes criticised for the twist ending, which nobody cou Book ReviewEdgar Allan Poe was a brilliant author, who died too early I can only imagine what his macabre mind would have dreamed had he not perished In The Murders in the Rue Morgue, a short story first published in 1841, Poe introduces a detective character, C Auguste Dupin, who will show up in a few later stories Many future writers, Dame Agatha Christie, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle were influenced by this work in particular It s quite possible the father of the detective story A gory, macabre story, it s not nearly as graphic as the things we read today, but it will still send the shivers up your spine The most famous part of this work is how readers never suspect the culprit, given how well done the story is It s a quick read, worth any mystery fan s attention and a good sampling of the early genre for those interested in giving it a chanceAbout MeFor those new to me or my reviews here s the scoop I read A LOT I write A LOT And now I blog A LOT First the book review goes on Goodreads, and then I send it on over to my WordPress blog at where you ll also find TV Film reviews, the revealing and introspective 365 Daily Challenge and lots of blogging about places I ve visited all over the world And you can find all my social media profiles Known as the first modern detective story, Edgar Allan Poe s The Murders in the Rue Morgue is a quick but fascinating read What makes it interesting is that it is as much about Poe s detective, Dupin, and the worki Es a trav s de este cuento, El Misterio de Mar a Roget y La Carta Robada lean el ensayo de Deleuze al respecto , y a partir de Auguste C Dupin, que Edgar Allan Poe invent el g nero policial 46 a os antes que el Sherlock de Conan Doyle.No hace falta hacer s This story has somewhat less emotional intensity than Poe s gothic horrors such as The Pit and the Pendulum and The Tell Tale Heart Yet that s perfectly appropriate, since this is a very different kind of story In some ways it s the antithesis of the gothic, because here it is reason, not emotion, that s ascendant, that s the star of the show, so to speak The trick for Poe is how to make it interesting nonetheless He solves this conundrum by basically inventing the genre of detective fiction Auguste Dupin is the progenitor of everyone from Sherlock Holmes to Hercule Poirot, using the same techniques of logic and deduction to solve a gruesome double murder Dupin isn t as fully formed as Holmes or Poirot, and the story lacks some of the suspense building elements of those later stories, but Poe s story has one of the first detective in literature M Dupin looks at the situation, follows the clues, and comes up with the true murderer Today, detectives supported their suppositions with fingerprints, DNA, and complicated lab procedures It was inte It will be found, in fact, that the ingenious are always fanciful, and the truly imaginative never otherwise than analyticI was pleasantly surprised with this short story The writing style was engaging and plot was fast paced I was consumed by the story without forming any connection with the narrator nor other characters, which personalities were almost non existent, truth be told The main strength is the plot, of course, with it s suspense keeping the reader on his toes This was the story about a puzzling double murder of Madame L Espanaye and her daughter in the Rue Morgue Mr Dupin solved the mystery merely by analyzing the facts from his armchair The mystery contained inexplicable facts like how the murder was committed in a closed room Mr Dupin used his observation to solve a murder case that even the police considered a lost cause A murder was committed on the fourth floor, with the windows closed from the inside and the chimney was too narrow for even a cat to get through The murderer turned out to be someone who the reader would never have guessed The question is how did the murderer escapeThe sight of blood turned its anger into frenzy and it jumped on the body of the girlMr Po was w 2.5 A bit dry and moderately interesting I definitely prefer Sherlock Still, I gave it 3 stars for its historic value It was probably the first detective story. Un Caso All Apparenza Irrisolvibile Scuote Parigi Due Donne, Madre E Figlia, Sono State Brutalmente Assassinate Nella Loro Casa Brutalmente Sgozzata Una, Infilata A Forza Su Per Il Camino L Altra, La Casa Appare Sigillata Dall Interno Contando Sulle Sue Capacit Analitiche, L Investigatore Auguste Dupin Tenter Di Risolvere Questo Misterioso Rompicapo La Riscoperta Di Uno Dei Pi Famosi Racconti Del Padre Della Narrativa Di Investigazione Tratto Da Racconti Pubblicato Da Feltrinelli.

About the Author: Edgar Allan Poe

The name Poe brings to mind images of murderers and madmen, premature burials, and mysterious women who return from the dead His works have been in print since 1827 and include such literary classics as The Tell Tale Heart, The Raven, and The Fall of the House of Usher This versatile writer s oeuvre includes short stories, poetry, a novel, a textbook, a book of scientific theory, and hundreds of

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