Living Dead Dolls Edgar Allan Poe and Annabelle LeeItem #: 14598
Living Dead Dolls Edgar Allan Poe and Annabelle Lee
Living Dead Dolls presents Edgar Allan Poe and Annabelle Lee! The Living Dead Dolls gift box containing the two gothic dolls is a limited edition and sold out in most places. We managed to get hold of a few pieces for you!
The American author, Edgar Allan Poe’s final poem was Annabel Lee written in 1849 and published shortly after his death that same year.
It is unclear whether the Annabel Lee character in Poe’s poem referred to a real person. Some say it was written for his wife who died at a young age, some for one of his a lovers, and others say that it was the product of Poe's gloomy imagination. From Annabel Lee:
The angels, not half so happy in Heaven,
Went envying her and me:--
Yes! that was the reason (as all men know,
In this kingdom by the sea)
That the wind came out of a cloud, chilling
And killing my Annabel Lee.
The two Living dead Dolls are outfitted in period clothes. Poe and Lee are approx. 25 cm. They are packaged complete with a raven in a coffin shaped gift box.