The Bells (Part by Edgar Allan Poe. What I love about this poem is the transition from the happy and cheerful, to the alarming, and then to solemn. The first part represents childhood in the sense of the cheerfulness of
Edgar Allan Poe death scenes - graphic Dismissed by Aldous Huxley as 'vulgar', is saluted as a virtuoso of the short story. The grisly deaths he inflicted on his characters helped make him the master of the macabre.