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The works of Edgar Allan Poe.

Author: Edgar Allan Poe
Publisher: New York, P.F. Collier & Son [1903]
Series: Raven editions.
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Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849.
Works of Edgar Allan Poe.
New York, P.F. Collier & Son [1903]
(OCoLC)646905971
Named Person: Edgar Allan Poe; Edgar Allan Poe
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edgar Allan Poe
OCLC Number: 1427993
Description: 5 volumes color frontispieces 21 cm.
Contents: vol. 1. Life of Poe ; Death of Poe ; The unparalleled adventure of one Hans Pfaall ; The gold-bug ; Four beasts in one ; The murders in the Rue Morgue ; The mystery of Marie Rogêt ; The balloon-hoax ; MS. found in a bottle ; The oval portrait --
vol. 2. The purloined letter ; The thousand-and-second tale of Scheherazade ; A descent into the maelstrom ; Von Kempelen and his discovery ; Mesmeric revelation ; The facts in the case of M. Valdemar ; The black cat ; The fall of the House of Usher ; Silence--a fable ; The masque of the red death ; The cask of amontillado ; The imp of the perverse ; The island of the fay ; The assignation ; The pit and the pendulum ; The premature burial ; The domain of Arnheim ; Landor's cottage ; William Wilson ; The tell-tale heart ; Berenice ; Eleonora --
vol. 3. Narrative of A. Gordon Pym ; Ligeia ; Morella ; A tale of the ragged mountains ; The spectacles ; King Pest ; Three Sundays in a week --
vol. 4. The devil in the belfry ; Lionizing ; X-ing a paragrab ; Metzengerstein ; The system of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether ; The literary life of Thingum Bob, Esq. ; A predicament ; Mystification ; Diddling ; The angel of the odd ; Mellonta Tauta ; The Duc de L'omelette ; The oblong box ; Loss of breath ; The man that was used up ; The business man ; The landscape garden ; Maelzel's chess-player ; The power of words ; The colloquy of Monas and Una ; The conversation of Eiros and Charmion ; Shadow.--a parable --
vol. 5. Philosophy of furniture ; A tale of Jerusalem ; The sphinx ; Hop frog ; The man of the crowd ; Never bet the devil your head ; Thou art the man ; Why the little Frenchman wears his hand in a sling ; Bon-bon ; Some words with a mummy ; The poetic principle ; Old English poetry ; The raven ; The bells ; Ulalume ; To Helen ; Annabel Lee ; A valentine ; An enigma ; To my mother ; For Annie ; To F-----
; To Frances S. Osgood ; Eldorado ; Eulalie ; A dream within a dream ; To Marie Louise (Shew) ; To the same ; The city in the sea ; The sleeper ; Bridal ballad ; Lenore ; To one in Paradise ; The coliseum ; The haunted palace ; The conqueror worm ; Silence ; Dreamland ; Hymn ; To Zante ; Scenes from "Politan" ; Sonnet--to science ; Al Aaraaf ; Tamerland ; To Helen ; The valley of unrest ; Israfel ; To -----
("The bowers whereat, in dreams I see") ; To -----
("I heed not my earthly lot") ; To the River -----
; Song ; Spirits of the dead ; A dream ; Romance ; Fairyland ; The lake. To -----
; Evening star ; "The happiest day" ; Imitation ; Hymn. Translation from the Greek ; Dreams ; "In youth I have known one" ; A pæan ; Alone ; To Isadore ; The village street ; The forest reverie.
Series Title: Raven editions.
Responsibility: Frontispiece[s] in color from painting[s]s by Arthur E. Becher.

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