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Edgar stayed in Baltimore with his aunt Maria Clemm and his daughter Virginia.
1833 - 1835
Edgar married his cousin Virginia.
Edgar worked for a magazine called the “Southern Literary Messenger”.
1835 - 1837
He left the magazine because of his reputation as a cut-throat critic and his problems with alcohol.
Edgar published in the magazine two parts of his only novel: The narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym.
Edgar published Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque: a collection of short-stories (Tale of the House of the Usher)
Poe won a one-hundred-dollar prize for the Gold Bug.
The Murders in the Rue Morgue, The man that was used up and The black cat were published.
The publication of The Raven brought Edgar fame.
Virginia Poe died from tuberculosis.
Edgar published Eureka.
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