Edgar Allan Poe Statue

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The Edgar Allan Poe statue at the intersection of Boylston Street and Charles Street South in Boston depicts Poe in mid-stride, as if rushing down the street. Crafted by artist Stefanie Rocknak, the bronze statue shows Poe with an open briefcase, releasing falling bits of paper. A prominent feature is a giant raven bursting from his luggage, symbolizing his iconic poem "The Raven." Behind him, a heart representing "The Tell-Tale Heart" rests on a pile of books. This statue is located in the area known as "Edgar Allan Poe Square," near Boston's theater district, close to the site where Poe's house once stood. (Submitted by Alfie Barkley)