AN EVENING OF EDGAR ALLAN POE – Free Library of Philadelphia

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Free Library of Philadelphia, Parkway Central, Room 108
1901 Vine St
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Thursday, October 23, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)

An Evening of Edgar Allan Poe features dramatic recitations from memory of some of Edgar Allan Poe’s most well-known and loved works. The recitations are framed in the context of the author’s life, interspersed with readings from newspapers, letters, and observations of Poe’s contemporaries.

About the Presenter:
Anne Louise Williams is a historic interpreter certified with the National Association of Interpreters. Anne integrates her passion for history, literature and drama to perform literature in the context of the author’s life. She has portrayed Virginia Minor, recreating her testimony on suffrage before the U.S. Senate Committee. In 2011, Anne participated in a re-enactment of the testimonies in the infamous Lemp Divorce at the Old Court House in St. Louis, where the trial occurred in 1909. Anne will be performing at several other venues this fall, including the Poe Museum in Richmond, VA, the Poe Visitor Center in Fordham (Bronx), the Lyndhurst Castle in Tarrytown, NY, the Daniel Boone Home in Defiance, MO, and the Lemp Mansion in St. Louis, MO.

About Ric Ben-Safed

Technical and Freelance Writer, degrees in History,Psychology, and Master's in Social Policy and Planning. written hundreds of reports in regard to mental health, major research in genealogy and genetic genealogy as well as local history. I try to be and Independent leaning Libertarian but also like the cooperative anarchist ideas of L.Neil Smith, Murray Rombard, J. Neil Schulman. Fascinated by (Philadelphians, George Lippard ( 1830-1854). Gothic & City Noir, appreciate the Mystics of Philadelphia Mystic Johaness Kelpius (1667-1708), even "God may be a Verb!).
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