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Collected works of Edgar Allan Poe

Autor: Edgar Allan Poe; Thomas Ollive Mabbott
Editora: Cambridge, Mass. : Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1969-1978.
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Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849.
Collected works of Edgar Allan Poe.
Cambridge, Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1969-
(OCoLC)586134532
Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Edgar Allan Poe; Thomas Ollive Mabbott
ISBN: 0674139356 9780674139350 0674139364 9780674139367
Número OCLC: 21386
Notas: Vols. 2-3 edited by Thomas Ollive Mabbott, with the assistance of Eleanor D. Kewer and Maureen C. Mabbott.
Descrição: 3 volumes : portrait, facsimile ; 25 cm
Conteúdos: v. 1. Poems.--v.2-3. Tales and sketches (1831-1842). v. 1. Preface To The Projected Edition --
Introduction To The Poems --
[Lines To Richmond Schoolgirls] --
[Epistola Ad Magistrum] --
[An Early Satire] --
[Farewell To Master Clarke] --
Poetry --
[Satire On The Junior Debating Society] --
[Don Pompioso] --
Oh, Tempora! Oh, Mores! --
[Translation From Tasso] --
[Experimental Verses] --
To Margaret --
To Octavia --
Tamerlane --
Song ("I Saw Thee On Thy Bridal Day") --
Dreams --
Spirits Of The Dead --
Evening Star --
Imitation --
Stanzas ("In Youth ... ") --
A Dream --
The Happiest Day --
The Lake --
Sonnet: To Science --
Al Aaraaf --
Romance --
To ("Should My Early Life Seem") --
To [Elmira] ("The Bowers") --
To The River [Po] --
To M- ("I Heed Not") --
Fairyland [I] --
Alone --
To Issac Lea --
Elizabeth [Rebecca] --
An Acrostic ("Elizabeth, It Is In Vain") --
Lines on Joe Locke --
Introduction --
Mysterious Star! (A New Introduction To "Al Aaraaf") --
Fairyland [II] --
To Helen --
Israfel --
Irene and The Sleeper --
The Valley of Unrest --
The City In The Sea --
A Paean --
Epigram From Pulci --
To One In Paradise --
Hymn --
Latin Hymn --
Song of Triumph --
Enigma [On Shakespeare] --
Serenade --
To ("Sleep On") --
Fanny --
The Coliseum --
[To Mary Starr] --
To Frances S. Osgood --
To Frances --
Politian --
Parody On Drake --
May Queen Ode --
Spiritual Song --
Bridal Ballad --
To Zante --
The Haunted Palace --
Couplet From "The Fall of The House of Usher" --
Motto for "William Wilson" --
Sonnet: Silence --
Thee Conqueror Worm --
Motto For The Stylus --
Motto For "The Gold-Bug" --
Lenore --
Hexameter --
[To Elizabeth Winchester, Impromptu] --
Fragment Of a Campaign Song --
Dream-Land --
Eulalie --
The Raven --
Lines After Elizabeth Barrett --
Epigram For Wall Street --
Impromptu: To Kate Carol --
To [Violet Vane] --
The Divine Right of Kings --
Stanzas [To F.S.O] --
A Valentine --
Model Verses --
Deep In Earth --
To Miss Louise Olivia Hunter --
To Marie Louise Shew --
The Beloved Physician --
[Holy Eyes] --
To Marie Louise --
Ulalume --
An Enigma [Sarah Anna Lewis] --
The Bells --
To Helen [Whitman] --
Lines On Ale --
A Dream Within A Dream --
For Annie --
Eldorado --
To My Mother --
Annabel Lee --
Serious Rhymes In Prose --
Comic Rhymes --
Collaborations --
Apocrypha --
Verses By Members of Poe's Family --
Manuscript Collections --
Poe's Own Collection Of His Poems --
Anthologies --
Griswold's Edition --
Later Books --
Newspapers and Magazines. v. 2. Poe and His Tales --
Plan of This Edition --
[Gaffy] --
[An Old English Tale] --
[Summer and Winter] --
A Dream --
[Note on Poe's Tales of The Folio Club] --
Metzengerstein --
The Duc De L'omelette --
A Tale of Jerusalem --
A Decided Loss --
And Loss of Breath --
The Bargain Lost --
And Bon-Bon --
Epimanes (Four Beasts In One) --
MS. Found In A Bottle --
The Visionary (The Assignation) --
Lionizing --
Shadow: A Parable --
Siope (Silence) --
The Folio Club --
Berenice --
Morella --
King Pest --
Autography --
Von Jung (Mystification) --
Ligeia --
The Psyche Zenobia (How To Write A Blackwood Article) --
The Devil In The Belfry --
The Man That Was Used Up --
The Fall of The House of Usher --
William Wilson --
The Conversation of Eiros and Charmion --
Why The Little Frenchman Wears His Hand In A Sling --
Preface For Tales of The Grotesque and Arabesque --
Instinct Vs Reason --
Peter Pandulum (The Business Man) --
Cabs --
Philosophy of Furniture --
The Man Of The Crowd --
The Murders In The Rue Morgue --
A Descent Into The Maelstrom --
The Island of The Fay --
The Colloquy of Monos and Una --
Never Bet Your Head (Never Bet The Devil Your Head) --
Eleonora --
A Succession Of Sundays (Three Sundays In A Week) --
Life In Death (The Oval Portrait) --
The Masque of The Red Death --
The Pit and The Pendulum --
The Landscape Garden --
The Mystery of Marie Roget --
The Tell-Tale Heart --
The Gold-Bug --
The Black Cat --
Morning on the Wissahiccon ("The Elk") --
Raising The Wind (Diddling) --
The Spectacles --
The Oblong Box --
A Tale of The Ragged Mountains --
The Premature Burial --
The Purloined Letter --
The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether --
Mesmeric Revelation --
Thou Art The Man --
The Balloon Hoax --
Unsigned Contributions To The Public Ledger --
The Angel of The Odd --
Preface To Marginalia --
The Swiss Bell-Ringers --
Byron and Miss Chaworth --
The Literary Life of Thingum Bob, Esq. --
The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade --
Some Words with A Mummy --
Some Secrets of The Magazine Prison-House --
The Power Of Words --
The Imp of The Perverse --
The Facts In The Case of M. Valdemar --
Theatrical Rats --
The Sphinx --
The Cask of Amontillado --
The Domain of Arnheim --
Mellonta Tauta --
And A Remarkable Letter --
A Prediction --
A Would-be Crichton --
Landor's Cottage --
Hop-Frog --
Von Kempelen And His Discovery --
X-ing A Paragrab --
A Reviewer Reviewed --
The Light-House --
Manuscript Collections --
Poe's Own Collections --
Anthologies --
Griswold's Edition of Poe's Works --
Later Books --
Newspapers and Magazines --
Other Works Frequently Used. v. 3. The Mystery of Marie Roget --
The Tell-Tale Heart --
The Gold-Bug --
The Black Cat --
Morning On The Wissahiccon ("The Elk") --
Raising The Wind (Diddling) --
The Spectacles --
The Oblong Box --
A Tale of The Ragged Mountains --
The Premature Burial --
The Purloined Letter --
The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether --
Mesmeric Revelation --
Thou Art The Man --
The Balloon Hoax --
Unsigned Contributions To The Public Ledger --
The Angel of The Odd --
Preface To Marginalia --
The Swiss Bell-Ringers --
Byron and Miss Chaworth --
The Literary Life of Thingum Bob, Esq. --
The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade --
Some Words with A Mummy --
Some Secrets of The Magazine Prison-House --
The Power Of Words --
The Imp of The Perverse --
The Facts In The Case of M. Valdemar --
Theatrical Rats --
The Sphinx --
The Cask of Amontillado --
The Domain of Arnheim --
Mellonta Tauta --
And A Remarkable Letter --
A Prediction --
A Would-be Crichton --
Landor's Cottage --
Hop-Frog --
Von Kempelen And His Discovery --
X-ing A Paragrab --
A Reviewer Reviewed --
The Light-House --
Manuscript Collections --
Poe's Own Collections --
Anthologies --
Griswold's Edition of Poe's Works --
Later Books --
Newspapers and Magazines --
Other Works Frequently Used.
Outros Títulos: Works.
Responsabilidade: edited by Thomas Ollive Mabbott.

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