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Visual theme-tracking, too. Explanations of Berenice 's symbols, and tracking of where they appear. He was the second child of David and Eliza Poe, both of whom were actors. Poe was taken in by John and Frances Allan, who raised him and put him through secondary school and helped support him as a young adult. Determined to become a writer, Poe initially found fame as a literary critic whose opinion was almost universally respected. His poems and short stories were also popular, but the Panic of meant he was not always paid for his work and he frequently found himself living in dire poverty.
In Poe arrived in Philadelphia sick and desperate for money to get a train ticket to Virginia. His friend George Lippard helped raise funds for his train ticket and food. A short time later, Poe was found delirious and seriously ill on the streets of Baltimore, but unable to explain why he was there or what had happened to him.