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Poems and poetics

Author: Edgar Allan Poe; Richard Wilbur
Publisher: [New York] : The Library of America, ©2003.
Series: American poets project, 5.
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Explores the philosophical and symbolic significance of Poe's most mature works, complementing the collection with a selection of essays on the writer's poetic goals.
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Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849.
Poems and poetics.
[New York] : The Library of America, c2003
(OCoLC)606999164
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edgar Allan Poe; Richard Wilbur
ISBN: 1931082510 9781931082518
OCLC Number: 52039514
Description: xxv, 179 p. : port. ; 20 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
POEMS: Tamerlane --
Song --
Dreams --
Spirits of the Dead --
Evening Star --
"Stranzas" --
A Dreams --
"The Happiest Day" --
The Lake - To - --
Sonnet- To Science --
Al Aaraaf --
Romance --
To - ("The bowers whereat") --
To the River --
To ("I heed not that my earthly lot") --
Fairy-Land --
"Alone" --
"To Isaac Lea" --
Elizabeth --
An Acrostic --
To Helen ("Helen, thy beauty is to me") --
Israfel --
The Sleeper --
The Valley of Unrest --
The City in the Sea --
Lenore --
To One in Paradise --
Hymn --
Enigma --
Serenade --
The Coleseum --
To F-s S. O-d --
To F --
Bridal Balled --
Sonnet-To Zante --
The Haunted Palace --
Sonnet- Silence --
The Conqueror Worm --
Dream Land --
Eulalie- A Song --
The Raven --
A Valentine to --
To Miss Louise Olivia Hunter --
To M. L. S. --
To ("Not long ago") --
Ulalume- A Ballad --
An Enigma --
The Bells --
To Helen ("I Saw thee once") --
A Dream Within a Dream --
For Annie --
Eldorado --
To My Mother --
Annabel Lee --
Scenes from "Politian"--SELECTED PROSE --
Preface --
Tamerlane and Other Poems-1827 --
Poems-1831 (Letter to Mr:-----
) --
The Raven and Other Poems-1845 --
Writings on Poetics --
From The Poetic Principle --
From Review of Orion, by R. H. Horne --
From Review of Alciphron by Thomas Moore --
From A Chapter of Suggestions --
From Marginalia --
From Eureka: A Prose Poem --
The Power of Words.
Series Title: American poets project, 5.
Other Titles: Works.
Edgar Allan Poe
Responsibility: Edgar Allan Poe ; Richard Wilbur, editor.
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Explores the philosophical and symbolic significance of Poe's most mature works, complementing the collection with a selection of essays on the writer's poetic goals.

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