Ms. Poe, Indeed

Hysterical! If you knew how many times editors have called me Ms. Poe!








Edgar Allan Poe
Your Literary Style Is 16% Realistic, 50% Philosophical, and 83% Psychological!
Your literary style mostly resembles Edgar Allan Poe’s. Poe’s stories and poems are, for the most part, examples of fantastic realism. The stories or poems often have elements of the fantastic, such as spontaneously crumbling houses, ghosts, and talking ravens, but they also retain a realistic interpretation, and the fantastic elements are almost always realistically explained away in the texts to make them more believable. Regardless, his works are still inherently creepy and reek of the mystical. What further adds to their creepiness is Poe’s brooding description of psychological torments, ranging from men anguishing over the death of lost loves to the excessive, delusive guilt felt by criminals. Your literary style is similar in these respects, focusing heavily on the fantastic and relying on horrifying psychological descriptions.

Some stories or poems you may enjoy: “The Raven”, “The Fall of the House of Usher”, and “The Tell-Tale Heart”.

The other literary styles:

George Orwell / Jorge Luis Borges / Franz Kafka / F. Scott Fitzgerald / Fyodor Dostoevsky / Herman Melville / Albert Camus








My test tracked 3 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
















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You scored higher than 12% on Realistic





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You scored higher than 12% on Philosophical





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You scored higher than 70% on Psychological

Link: The Literary Style Test written by saint_gasoline on Ok Cupid, home of the 32-Type Dating Test
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