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by Edgar Allan Poe

Ligeia: Themes (For the Most Part) True or False

1. The point of this story is that death is never the -> Beginning
2. Our narrator is obsessed with his dead wife's -> Appearance
3. Our narrator lives in the -> Past
4. Our narrator is addicted to -> Wine
5. Our narrator's drug abuse affects his -> Memory