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Mrs. Poe Reviewed on Oprah.com

Part romance, part mystery, part biography, this fictional reenactment of the mistress of Edgar Allan Poe escorts you into the glittering world of New York in the 1840s, when poets were celebrities and the admission of emotions—like silk gowns and glossy beaver hats—were a luxury.

Leigh Newman reviews Mrs. Poe for Oprah.com.

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