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The life and works of Edgar Allan Poe, a psycho-analytic interpretation;

Author: Marie Bonaparte, Princess
Publisher: London, Imago Pub. Co. [1949]
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : [1st English ed.]View all editions and formats
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Bonaparte, Marie, Princess, 1882-
Life and works of Edgar Allan Poe.
London, Imago Pub. Co. [1949]
(OCoLC)572078033
Named Person: Edgar Allan Poe; Edgar Allan Poe; Edgar Allan Poe; Edgar Allan Poe
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marie Bonaparte, Princess
OCLC Number: 5030216
Notes: Translation of Edgar Poe, étude psychanalytique.
Description: xi, 749 pages illustrations, portraits, maps, facsimiles 23 cm
Contents: Book I: Life and poems --
Poe's parents --
His mother's death --
Foster parents --
His education begins --
Scotland and England --
The First helen --
Lafayette's visit and William Galt's legacy --
Elmira --
At the University of Virginia --
Poe breaks with John Allan --
Army life --
After the death of Frances Allan --
West Point --
The first grreat poems --
With Mrs. Clemm at Baltimore --
The first tales --
Richmond --
The Southern literary messenger --
Marriage to Virginia --
New York and Philadelphia --
Burton's gentleman's magazine --
Tales of the grotesque and arabesque --
Philadelphia --
Graham's magazine --
Fears for Virginia --
New York --
The Raven and fame --
Fordham --
Virginia's last summer --
Annabel Lee --
Fordham after Virginia --
Ulalume and Eureka --
Providence and Lowell --
Helen and Annie --
Philadelphia, Richmond, and Baltimore --
The Last "Fagues." Books II: tales of the Mother --
Bernice --
Morella --
Ligeia --
The Fall of the House of Usher --
Eleonora --
The Oval portrait --
The Assignation --
Metzengerstein --
The Mother as landscape --
Landscape gardens and The Island of the Fay --
Tales of the Sea: The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym --
A Tale of earth: The Gold Bug --
The Confession of impotence --
Loss of breath --
Tales of the murdered mother --
The Man of the crowd --
The Murders in the Rue Morgue --
The Black Cat. Book III: tales of the Father --
the Revolt against the father --
The Tell-tale heart --
The Masquerades --
Never bet the devil your head. A Tale with a moral --
The struggle with conscience --
William Wilson --
Tales of passivity to the father --
Bedloe, Valdemar, and the Angel of the Odd --
The Pit and the pendulum --
Eureka. Books IV: Poe and the human soul --
Literature: Its function and elaboration --
Poe's message to others.
Other Titles: Edgar Poe, étude psychanalytique.
Responsibility: foreword by Sigmund Freud. Translated by John Rodker.

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by hytekswytek (WorldCat user on 2007-07-05)

Foreword by Sigmund Freud -- Poe’s parents -- His mother’s death -- Foster parents --His education begins -- Scotland and England -- The first Helen -- Lafayette’s visit and William Galt’s legacy -- Elmira -- At the University of Virginia -- Poe breaks with John Allan -- Army life -- After the death of Frances Allan -- West Point: the first great poems -- With Mrs. Clemm at Baltimore: the first tales -- Richmond: the southern literary messenger – marriage to Virginia -- New York and Philadelphia: Burton’s Gentleman’s magazine – tales of the grotesque and arabesque -- Philadelphia: Graham’s magazine – fears for Virginia -- New York: the raven and fame -- Fordham: Virginia’s last summer – Annabel Lee -- Fordham after Virginia – Ulalume and Eureka -- Providence and Lowell: Helen and Annie -- Philadelphia, Richmond, and Baltimore: the last “fugues” -- Berenice -- Morella -- Ligeia -- The fall of the house of Usher -- Eleonora -- The oval portrait -- Metzengerstein -- Landscape gardens and the island of the fay -- Tales of the sea: the narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym -- A tale of earth: the gold bug -- Loss of breath -- The man of the crowd -- The murders in the Rue Morgue -- the black cat -- The tell-tale heart -- The masquerades -- Never bet the devil your head. a tale with a moral -- William Wilson -- Bedloe, Valdemar, and the angel of the odd -- The pit and the pendulum -- Eureka -- Literature: its function and elaboration -- Poe’s message to others -- General index -- Index to Poe’s works -- Psycho-analytic index -- bibliography.

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