Welcome to Drea’s Friday Fun Trivia – Halloween Holiday. If you didn’t know, Halloween is one of my favorite holidays – candy, kids in costumes and spookiness abound! Can’t wait until the Halloween parade at school and then the trick or treating mayhem – and of course – my favorite – the candy sorting.
Thanks to everyone who entered last week’s trivia contest about Barbara Taylor Bradford’s A Woman of Substance. The answers were Emma Harte and roses…
Friday Fun Trivia – Halloween Edition
In this week’s edition of Friday Fun Trivia we’re going with a spooky theme of course, with a question about the original master of horror (no not Stephen King), the one the only – Edgar Allen Poe.
He wrote some pretty famous tales that truly creeped me out when I was kid, like – The Tell-Tale Heart, The Cask of Amontillado and personal fave of mine – The Masque of the Red Death. This clever horror master is also credited with inventing the detective fiction genre with the The Murders in the Rue Morgue.
But he was also an incurable romantic and wrote several lyric poems about doomed love. One of the most famous poems, of course is the The Raven, in which the “suddenly there came a tapping, As of some one gently rapping, rapping at my chamber door.” That of course is the raven who croaks “Nevermore.”
The Question – If not the Raven, then What?
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