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Newton resident curates Poe exhibition at Boston Public Library

Bedford musician Tim Gartland will be in Littleton on Saturday afternoon to discuss his harmonica-instruction book. Bedford musician Tim Gartland will be in Littleton on Saturday afternoon to discuss his harmonica-instruction book.
By Cindy Cantrell
January 24, 2010

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EDGAR ALLAN POE: Newton resident Paul Lewis , an English professor at Boston College, has long admired the skill with which Edgar Allan Poe wove humor into his horror stories. While Poe’s writing is widely celebrated, however, Lewis is working to increase awareness of the 19th-century writer’s ties to Boston. (Full article: 1130 words)

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