Cuentos Clásicos del Norte, Primera Serie

By Edgar Allan Poe

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_Tales of the Grotesque and
Arabesque_ (1840).

[Illustration: Ritrato de Edgar Allan Poe]




SUMARIO

PÁGINA

INTRODUCCIÓN V

EL BARRIL DE AMONTILLADO 3

EL ESCARABAJO DE ORO 17

LA RUINA DE LA CASA DE ÚSHER 75

LIGEIA 107

LA MÁSCARA DE LA MUERTE ROJA 135

EL CRIMEN DE LA RUE

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