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Edgar Allan Poe, complete tales and poems

Author: Edgar Allan Poe
Publisher: Edison, NJ. : Castle Books, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Contains 73 of Poe's short stories and 48 poems including The Fall of the House of Usher, The Purloined Letter, The Tell-tale Heart, The Raven and The Murders in the Rue Morgue.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edgar Allan Poe
ISBN: 0785814531 9780785814535
OCLC Number: 689546741
Notes: Includes index and introduction.
Description: 842 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Unparalleled adventure of one Hans Pfaall --
Balloon-hoax --
Mesmeric revelation --
Ms. found in a bottle --
Descent into the maelström --
Von Kempelen and his discovery --
Gold-bug --
Facts in the case of M. Valdemar --
Thousand-and-second tale of Scheherazade --
Murders in the Rue Morgue --
Mystery of Marie Rogêt --
Fall of the House of Usher --
Purloined letter --
Tell-tale heart --
Black cat --
Imp of the perverse --
Premature burial --
Island of the fay --
Cask of Amontillado --
Pit and the pendulum --
Oval portrait --
Masque of the red death --
Assignation --
System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether --
Mystification --
How to write a Blackwood article --
Predicament --
Literary life of Thingum Bob, Esq. --
Diddling --
X-ing a paragrab --
Angel of the odd --
Loss of breath --
Business man --
Mellonta Tauta --
Man that was used up --
Maelzel's chess-player --
Power of words --
Conversation of Eiros and Charmion --
Colloquy of Monos and Una --
Silence, a fable --
Shadow, a parable --
Tale of Jerusalem --
Philosophy of furniture --
Sphinx --
Man of the crowd --
"Thou art the man" --
Hop-frog --
Never bet the Devil your head --
Four beasts in one --
Why the little Frenchman wears his hand in a sling --
Some words with a mummy --
Bon-bon --
Magazine-writing, Peter Snook --
Review of Stephens' "Arabia petræe" --
Quacks of Helicon, a satire --
Astoria --
Domain of Arnheim --
Landor's cottage --
William Wilson --
Ligeia --
Berenice --
Morella --
Eleonara --
Metzengerstein --
Tale of the Ragged Mountains --
Oblong box --
Duc de l'Omelette --
Spectacles --
King pest --
Three Sundays in a week --
Devil in the belfry --
Lionizing --
Narrative of a Gordon Pym. Poems: Raven --
Lenore --
Valentine --
Hymn --
Coliseum --
To --
Ulalume --
To Helen --
Enigma --
Annabel Lee --
To one in paradise --
Bells --
To my mother --
Haunted palace --
Conqueror worm --
To F-s S. O-d --
Valley of unrest --
City in the sea --
Sleeper --
Dream within a dream --
Silence --
Dream-land --
Eulalie --
To Zante --
Bridal ballad --
To F --
Eldorado --
Israfel --
For Annie --
Scenes from "Politian" --
Sonnet to science --
Aaraaf --
To the River --
Tamerlane --
Dream --
Lake to --
To M.L.S. --
Spirits of the dead --
Dreams --
Evening star --
Alone --
Pæan --
Fairy-land --
Romance --
"In youth I have known one."
Responsibility: Edgar Allan Poe, with an intro. by Wilbur S. Scott.

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Contains 73 of Poe's short stories and 48 poems including The Fall of the House of Usher, The Purloined Letter, The Tell-tale Heart, The Raven and The Murders in the Rue Morgue.

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