The Fall of the House of Usher: Read, Listen, and Discuss

We cordially invite you to read via our multimedia interactive online platform for reading and discussing text with the world. Here you can read, listen, and discuss Edgar Allan Poe’s short story, The Fall of the House of Usher. Now, get comfortable, sit down in a comfortable drink, get a delicious drink or snack ready.

First, ensure your computer’s audio level is up, so that you can best hear the audio recording of The Fall of the House of Usher. Then, click on the “Play” button on the audio player below in order to begin.

Now, read along with the audio, and think carefully about all of the elements of the story as you’re reading.

Have you finished reading the short story? How was your multimedia experience? What did you think of the story? Please take a few minutes to discuss the story below so that others can learn and interact with you. Then, don’t forget to revisit our site to respond to comments and questions others may ask. Thank you for your participation.

The Murders in the Rue Morgue: Read, Listen, and Discuss

Edgar Allan Poe’s short story, The Murders in the Rue Morgue, a powerful text meant to be closely read and discussed. Here at Online Reading Club, we offer a multimedia platform for reading, listening, and discussing text online. We encourage you to read the text closely as you listen to the audio, and then share your thoughts via the comments section below.

First, check to see that your computer has the audio volume up. Then, click the “Play” button of the audio player below.

Next, read along with the audio via the text below.

Have you finished the story? Share your thoughts with the rest of the world by discussing the story in the comments section below.

The Black Cat – Read, Listen, and Discuss

We’re excited to be able to offer you an interactive multimedia online reading platform where you can read, listen, and discuss with other international avid readers.
Here’s the famous American short story, The Black Cat, by Edgar Allan Poe you’re encouraged to read, listen to, and discuss with others via our chat room and comments section below.

To begin, please ensure your computer audio volume is up, and then press “Play” on our audio player below.

Now, read along with the audio and think about the theme, characters, setting, and plot of the story as you are reading and listening.

Did you enjoy the short story? Share your thoughts and insights by discussing the story with the rest of the world via the comments section below. Thank you for your active reading and interaction.

The Cask of Amontillado – Read, Listen, and Discuss

We warmly invite you to read, listen, and discuss Edgar Allan Poe’s short story, The Cask of Amontillado. This powerful story about revenge can be discussed for hours by avid readers. Here, we provide a multimedia reading platform to encourage active reading and interactive online discussions.

First, please make sure your computer’s sound level is up, and press “Play” on the audio player below:

Now, you’re invited to read along with the audio using the text below.

We hope you’ve enjoyed reading and listening to The Cask of Amontillado. Please discuss the story below, using the comments section, and don’t forget to re-visit to respond to further questions and comments from other readers.

The Mask of the Red Death – Read, Listen, and Discuss

The Mask of the Red Death, an American Short story written by Edgar Allan Poe is an insightful story about the topics of life and death. Online Reading Club is happy to offer a multimedia reading and listening platform for avid readers who wish to read and discuss texts with others from all over the world.

First, turn up your computer volume and click “Play” on the audio-player below.

Next, begin reading via the text below together with the audio recording.

Now that you’ve read and listened to The Mask of the Red Death, please take a few moments to discuss below, via the “Comments” section, and be sure to return often in order to check for comments or questions from other users, visitors, and friends of our site.