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Uncloaking Edgar Allan Poe

Twice a year (and not always upon a midnight dreary), Edgar Allan Poe fans from the Greenwich Village community partner with NYU's Office of Government and Community Affairs and Lois Rakoff, community director of the Poe Room, to present a program of Poe-inspired painting, music, and theater near the writer's onetime home at 85 West Third Street. The December 6, 2013, event paid poetic homage to "Dreamland" and "Annabel Lee" and even boasted a Poe Room appearance of the Raven himself.

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