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Published by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform Edgar Allan Poe Boston, Estados Unidos, 19 de enero de Baltimore, Estados Unidos, 7 de octubre de fue un escritor, poeta, critico y periodista romantico estadounidense, generalmente reconocido como uno de los maestros universales del relato corto, del cual fue uno de los primeros practicantes en su pais.

Fue renovador de la novela gotica, recordado especialmente por sus cuentos de terror. Considerado el inventor del relato detectivesco, contribuyo asimismo con varias obras al genero emergente de la ciencia ficcion. Por otra parte, fue el primer escritor estadounidense de renombre que intento hacer de la escritura su modus vivendi, lo que tuvo para el lamentables consecuencias. More information about this seller Contact this seller 7. More information about this seller Contact this seller 8.

More information about this seller Contact this seller 9. Published by Independently Published, United States Language: English. More information about this seller Contact this seller Con dificultad logra rociar su cuerpo con un poco del alimento, y los roedores le saltan encima, comiendo y royendo la cuerda que le tiene atado. El narrador se ve en la disyuntiva de morir triturado o de lanzarse al pozo que originalmente iba a ser su "sepultura".

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Poe provides no explanation of why he is there or what he has been arrested for. Before him are seven tall white candles on a table, and, as they melt, his hopes of survival also diminish. He is condemned to death and finds himself in a pitch black compartment. At first the prisoner thinks that he is locked in a tomb, but then he discovers that he is in a cell.

He decides to explore the cell by placing a hem from his robe against a wall so that he can count the paces around the room, but he faints before he can measure the whole perimeter. When he reawakens he discovers food and water nearby. He tries to measure the cell again, and finds that the perimeter measures one hundred steps. While crossing the room he slips on the hem of his robe and discovers that if he had not tripped, he would have walked into a deep pit in the center of the cell, with water at the bottom.

After losing consciousness again the narrator discovers that the prison is slightly illuminated and that he is bound to a wooden board by ropes. He looks up to see a painted picture of Father Time on the ceiling. Hanging from the figure is a gigantic pendulum with a crescent razor measuring "one feet from horn to horn," and swinging slowly back and forth.

The pendulum is inexorably sliding downwards and will eventually kill him. However, the condemned man is able to attract rats to his bonds with the meat left for him to eat and they start chewing through the ropes. As the pendulum reaches a point inches above his heart, the prisoner breaks free of the ropes and watches as the pendulum is drawn back to the ceiling.

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