Tales sentimientos ya que las creencias a medias de que hablo no logran la plena fuerza del pensamiento nunca se borran del todo hasta que se los explica por la doctrina de las posibilidades. Las previsiones del comerciante se cumplieron, y sus salones no tardaron en hacerse famosos gracias a los encantos de la vivaz grisette. Los tejidos celulares no estaban decolorados. Esto solo hubiera bastado para provocar la muerte.
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Shelves: fiction When the beautiful and alluring Marie Roget goes missing, her mother informs the police. Having previously disappeared before and returning after a few days very much alive, madame Roget hopes that this will be the case again.
Except it is not. The newspapers cover the story and claim that it was a local gang behind the terrible incident. Enter C. Auguste Dupin. He disagrees and goes to Paris to reveal the truth.
When the beautiful and alluring Marie Roget goes missing, her mother informs the police. With all due respect to Poe, this was a narrative that brought me no joy. The beginning was quite promising but from there on, reading this "short" story became a chore. Marie Roget worked in a Perfume shop and attracted male attention, quite a bit of it. She had disappeared before but returned.
This time around, her body is found floating in the river. As she was a local "celebrity", the media takes the story and runs with it, laying blame with the local gang.
Based on newspaper articles, Dupin thinks this not to be the truth. This story, to me, was bogged down in technical details and read more like a textbook than a murder-mystery. My favorite aspect of a whodunit is the reveal which was a let down in this story. For a narrative that is just under sixty pages, it sure felt like it dragged on and on. This book is not my cup of tea. Poe is given the credit of creating the first modern detective. Sure enough, many characteristics from Dupin can be appreciated in the sleuths we love today.
Through Dupin, Poe was actually trying to solve the real-life murder. Poe changed the location and a few details but otherwise used the same data for the fictional Marie Roget. Reception of the story varied: some thought this was a masterpiece while others thought it tedious to read.
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