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Der Doppelmord in der Rue Morgue (1841)

von Edgar Allan Poe

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In The Murders in the Rue Morgue, all of Paris is in shock following the ghastly murder of two women - but with all witnesses claiming to have heard the suspect speak a different language, the police are stumped. When Dupin finds a suspicious hair at the crime scene, and places an advert in the newspaper asking if anyone has lost an 'Ourang-Outang', things take an unexpected turn... In The Mystery of Marie Roget, Dupin and his sidekick undertake to solve the murder of the beautiful young grisette who works in a perfume shop, whose body is found floating in the Seine... And The Purloined Letter, the final in the series, finds Dupin engaged on a matter of national importance: a private (and highly compromising) letter has been pilfered from the Queen's private drawing room. The police know who the unscrupulous culprit is, but they can not find the letter, and therefore are unable to pin the crime on him. It it is up to Dupin to solve the case - which he does, with characteristic flair. A master of rational deduction and intellectual insight, Dupin sees things for what they are, rather than what they appear to be...… (mehr)
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While I typically love locked room mysteries, and I don't mind not being given enough clues to fully solve a locked room mystery for myself, I really disliked the way this one ended. It was a completely unexpected twist (since I have somehow managed to avoid spoilers for it) and left a very bad taste in my mouth for the story. However, I do appreciate this for what it was: probably the inspiration for Sherlock Holmes, as well as the first detective story. The language is more dated than I expected, and I didn't like it nearly as much as I remember liking Poe's other works. Not one I need to revisit, though I'm glad to have read it the once. ( )
  ca.bookwyrm | Nov 15, 2021 |
The first of the mysteries featuring the detective C. Auguste Dupin. He becomes interested in the unexplained (by the police) death of a Madame L'Espanaye and her daughter, Camille, in the Rue Morgue. Not just unexplained but brutal deaths.
It took a while to get into the writing style but an interesting mystery nevertheless. ( )
  Vesper1931 | Jul 29, 2021 |
TBA. ( )
  autisticluke | Nov 14, 2019 |
Siglo XIX. Se produce el bárbaro asesinato de dos mujeres, madre e hija, en un apartamento de una populosa calle de París. Las primeras investigaciones no dan resultado alguno, evidenciándose la impotencia de la policía para esclarecer los hechos. Finalmente se hace cargo del asunto un detective aficionado, M. Dupin, que tras intensa y brillante investigación, ofrece una explicación extraordinaria.

Los crímenes de la calle Morgue (1841) es uno de los relatos de detectives más importantes de su autor, Edgar Allan Poe, y con el que sentaría las bases de gran parte del género negro y criminal nacido en las décadas posteriores a su publicación.

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  GabyLens | Oct 13, 2019 |
This work by Poe is often described as the first mystery. With such a distinction, it is an important work to revisit from time to time, even if its plot is not as fully developed as later efforts, because of its influence on masters of the mystery genre such as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. I remember reading this one back in high school and also in university. At the time, I was disappointed in it. As I read it this time, knowing the outcome, I think I appreciated it more because I found myself seeking the earlier hints which would lead to the crime's resolution. While I believe many questions remain unanswered regarding the sailor's role, I know I'm bringing my 21st century mindset to that question by envisioning lawsuits and other charges relating to harboring an orangutan in one's apartment. The use of deductive reasoning is the important contribution of this classic work which is probably appreciated most when it is re-read and studied for that reason. ( )
  thornton37814 | Jun 16, 2018 |
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This work is for the original short story, "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" by Edgar Allan Poe. It should not be combined with collections containing additional stories, adaptations, etc.
This is the Graphic Novel adaptation of some tales by Edgar Allan Poe. Please, don't combine this work with other versions of the book.
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In The Murders in the Rue Morgue, all of Paris is in shock following the ghastly murder of two women - but with all witnesses claiming to have heard the suspect speak a different language, the police are stumped. When Dupin finds a suspicious hair at the crime scene, and places an advert in the newspaper asking if anyone has lost an 'Ourang-Outang', things take an unexpected turn... In The Mystery of Marie Roget, Dupin and his sidekick undertake to solve the murder of the beautiful young grisette who works in a perfume shop, whose body is found floating in the Seine... And The Purloined Letter, the final in the series, finds Dupin engaged on a matter of national importance: a private (and highly compromising) letter has been pilfered from the Queen's private drawing room. The police know who the unscrupulous culprit is, but they can not find the letter, and therefore are unable to pin the crime on him. It it is up to Dupin to solve the case - which he does, with characteristic flair. A master of rational deduction and intellectual insight, Dupin sees things for what they are, rather than what they appear to be...

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