What is the definition of "single effect"?

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"Single effect" theory was initiated by literary legend Edgar Allan Poe. He felt that this was a foolproof method to create a quality short story. According to Poe, a good short story was one that was able to create a single emotional effect on the reader, whether that be anger, fear, sadness, or happiness.
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