Eleonora by Edgar Allen Poe

Eleonora by Edgar Allen Poe
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  • "Eleonora" by Edgar Allan Poe: A love story.
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  • Crazy, men have called me crazy. The question if craziness is the highest intelligence has remained unanswered. 
  • Let's say that I am crazy. There are conditions in which I can thank for my craziness. The condition of clear reasoning, which is not to be disputed and belongs to the memory of events form the beginning stages of my life.
  • Inseparable, I loved my cousin, Eleonora, dearly; We were always together beneath a tropical sun, in the Valley of the Many-Colored Grasses.
  • In the past , there was a place called the Valley of the Many-Colored  Grasses.  The valley was from the dim regions beyond the mountains. At the upper end of our encircled domain, was a narrow and deep river, brighter than Eleonora's eyes.  
  • For fifteen years, Eleonora and I walked hand-and-hand around this valley before love come into our hearts. Eleonora was like an angel.
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