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Type: Poet
Nationality: American
Date of Birth: 19/01/1809
Date of Death: 17/10/1849


 

Edgar Allan Poe Quotes > All religion, my friend, is...

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All religion, my friend, is simply evolved out of fraud, fear, greed, imagination, and poetry.
Edgar Allan Poe
About: Religion, Poetry

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