What do you know for this: "From childhood's hour I have not been as others were..." ?

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I liked this poem from first sight, but I do not know anything about Poe. It would very interesting for me to see some of your interpretations of this poem...? Please, I want to learn more

-- Anonymous, April 24, 2001


I don't have an answer but I am asking the same question. If anyone as helped you, could you please help me? Thank you. KC Williams

-- Anonymous, May 01, 2001

these are the first lines of one of the Poe's poems which can be found in almost every single collection of his poems or stories. This quotatin is used to underline the unusual and phantastic nature of Poe's works in which his love of strange and nusual is clearly visible

-- Anonymous, January 25, 2002

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