Text: James A. Harrison, “Bibliography,” Life and Letters of Edgar Allan Poe (1903), pp. 431-455


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[page 431, unnumbered:]

BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE WRITINGS OF EDGAR A. POE.

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EXPLANATORY. — Titles of the editions of collected poems are printed in ITALIC CAPITALS; titles of the editions of collected tales, in ROMAN CAPITALS; single poems, in SMALL CAPITALS; single tales, in italics; books reviewed by Poe are “quoted”; essays, miscellanies, and editorials are not quoted; newspapers and magazines are printed in italics; B. J. means Broadway Journal, vols. i. and ii.; S. L. M. indicates Southern Literary Messenger; 1827, 1829, 1831, 1833, 1840, 1843, 1845, are dates of the editions of collected poems and tales.

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1827

TAMERLANE AND OTHER POEMS. By A BOSTONIAN. Boston: Calvin F. S. Thomas. 1827. 40 pp. 12mo. Reprinted in London, by George Redway, 1884, with a Preface by R. H. Shepherd.

1829

AL AARAAF, TAMERLANE AND MINOR POEMS. By EDGAR A. POE. Baltimore: Hatch & Dunning. 1829. 71 pp. 8vo.

1831

POEMS. By EDGAR A. POE. Second Edition. New York: Published by Elam Bliss. 1831 Though the second edition of AL AARAAF, most of the poems are here published for the first time. 124 pp. 12mo. [page 432:]

1833

MS. Found in a Bottle. Baltimore Saturday Visiter, Oct. 12, 1833; S. L. M., December 1835; The Gift, 1836, 1840; B. J., ii. 14.

1835

List of Poe’s Tales, Reviews, etc., in the Southern Literary Messenger.

William Cullen Bryant’s “Poems ” (review), January.

Berenice (tale), March 1835, 1840; B. J., i. 14.

Morella (tale), April 1835; Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine, November 1839, 1840; B. J., i. 25.

HYMN (in “Morella“).

“Confessions of a Poet” (review), April.

Some Passages in the Life of a Lion: Lionizing (tale), April 1835, 1840, 1645; B. J., i. 11.

Featherstonhaugh’s “I Promessi Sposi” (review), May.

John P. Kennedy’s “Horse-Shoe Robinson” (review), May.

“Frances Anne (Kemble) Butler’s Journal” (review), May.

The Unparalleled Adventure of One Hans Phaal (tale), June 1835, 1840.

R. M. Bird’s “The Infidel, or the Fall of Mexico” (review), June.

The Crayon Miscellany, No. II. (review), July. (Poe reviewed No. III. of this series in the December number.)

Theodore Irving’s “The Conquest of Florida” (review), July.

The Assignation (The Visionary) (tale), July 2835, 1840; B. J., i. 23.

Notices of Foreign Reviews (review), July.

TO MARY, July 1835; TO ONE DEPARTED, Graham’s Magazine, 1842; Philadelphia Saturday Museum, March 4, 1843; To F —— , B. J., i. 17.

A running commentary on Current Literary Events, called “Critical Notices and Literary Intelligence,” August.

THE COLISEUM. Baltimore Saturday Visiter, Southern Literary Messenger, August; Philadelphia Saturday Evening Post, June 12, 1841; Philadelphia Saturday Museum, March 4, 1843; Broadway Journal, ii. 1.

Bon Bon (tale), August 1835, 1840; B. J., i. 16. [page 433:]

Shadow: A Parable (tale), September 1835, 1840; B. J., i. 16.

To F — s O — D. Lines written in an Album. September.

Loss of Breath: A Tale Neither in nor Out of “Blackwood,” September 1835, 1840; B. J., ii. 26.

King Pest: A Tale containing an Allegory, September 1835,1840; B. J., ii. 15

Mephistopheles in England (review), September.

“The Classical Family Library,” Nos. xv., xvi., xvii. (review), September.

Robert Southey’s ” The Early Naval History of England ” (review), September.

“The Gift” (review), September.

“Scenes from an Unpublished Drama” (Poe’s drama poem POLITIAN ), December.

E. S. Barrett’s “The Heroine; or Adventures of Cherubini” (review), December.

Lady Dacre’s “Tales of the Peerage and Peasantry” (review), December.

“The Edinburgh Review,” No. cxxiv. (review), December.

Robinson’s Practice (review), December.

R M. Bird’s “The Hawks of Hawk Hollow” (review), December.

William Maxwell’s “A Memoir of the Reverend John H. Rice, D.D.” (review), December.

“The Crayon Miscellany” (review), December.

Walter Anderson’s “Oration on the Life and Character of the Rev. Joseph Caldwell, D.D.” (review), December.

Reynolds’s Francis Glass’s “A Life of George Washington in Latin Prose” (review), December.

Theodore S. Fay’s “Norman Leslie” (review), December.

Miss Sedgwick’s “The Linwoods” (review), December.

William Godwin’s “Lives of the Necromancers” (review), December.

James Hall’s “Sketches of Life and Manners in the West” (review), December.

“Clinton Bradshaw” (review), December.

“Nuts to Crack,” etc. (review), December.

Charles Joseph Latrobe’s “The Rambler in North America” (review), December.

Judge Story’s “Discourse on Chief-Justice Marshall,” Binney’s “Eulogium” (review), December.

Inaugural Address of the Rev. D. L. Carroll, D.D. (review), December. [page 434:]

E. Stannard Barrett’s “The Heroine” (review), December.

Sarah J. Hale’s “Traits of American Life” (review), December.

Lucian Minor’s “An Address on Education,” etc. (review), December.

“Legends of a Log Cabin. By a Western Man.” (Review.) December.

1836

In the Southern Literary Messenger.

“Zinzendorf and Other Poems,” by Mrs. L. H. Sigourney; “Poems,” by Miss H. F. Gould; “Poems,” Translated and Original, by Mrs. E. F. Ellet (review), January.

Metzengerstein (tale), January 1836, 1840.

W. G. Simms’s “The Partisan: A Tale of the Revolution” (review), January.

“The Young Wife’s Book” (review), January.

Miss Sedgwzck’s “Tales and Sketches” (review), January.

Francis Lieber’s “Reminiscence of an Intercourse with M. Niebuhr the Historian,” etc. (review), January.

SCENES FROM “POLITIAN,” January.

“The South-West” (review), January

Defoe’s “The Life and Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe,” etc. (review), January.

Sarah Stickney’s “The Poetry of Life” (review), January.

“The Christian Florist” (review), January.

Morris Matson’s “Paul Ulric,” etc. (review), February.

Peter Mark Roget’s “Animal and Vegetable Physiology” (review), February.

Joseph Martin’s “A New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of Virginia” (review), February.

Lieut. Slidell’s “The American in England” (review), February,

Bulwer’s “Rienzi, The Last of the Tribunes” (review), February.

Henry F. Chorley’s “Conti the Discarded” (review), February.

L. A. Wilmer’s “The Confession of Emilia Harrington” (review), February.

“Rose Hill” (review), February.

Palaestine (essay), February.

“Noble Deeds of Woman” (review), February.

A Chapter on Autography (essay), February and August. [page 435:]

The Duc de L‘Omelette (tale), February 1836, 1840; B. J., ii. 14.

“Contributions to the Ecclesiastical History of the United States of America — Virginia,” etc. By Rev. Francis L. Hawks, D.D. (Review.) March.

Mrs. L. Miles’s “Phrenology,” etc. (review), March.

“Mahmoud” (review), March.

“Georgia Scenes, Characters,” etc. (review), March.

TO HELEN, March.

J. K. Paulding’s “Slavery in the United States” (review), April.

Four Beasts in One: The Homo-Cameleopard (tale), March 1836, 1840; B. J., ii. 22.

The Poems of J. R. Drake and Fitz-Greene Halleck (review), April.

“Bubbles from the Brunnens of Nassau” (review), April.

Maelzel’s Chess-Player (essay), April.

A Tale of Jerusalem, April 1836, 1840; B. J., ii. 11.

TO SCIENCE, May 1845; B. J., ii. 4.

Robert Walsh’s “Didactics — Social, Literary, and Political” (review), May.

Anthon’s “Sallust” (review), May.

Lieut. Slidell’s “Spain Revisited” (review), May.

Frances Trollope’s “Paris and the Parisians” (review), May.

J. K. Paulding’s “Life of Washington” (review), May. J. F.

Cooper’s “Switzerland” (review), May.

IRENE, May; Philadelphia Saturday Museum, March 4, 1843; B.

“A Pleasant Peregrination through Pennsylvania,” etc. (review), June.

John Armstrong’s “Notices of the War of 1812” (review), June.

“Recollections of Coleridge” (review), June.

Rev. Calvin Colton’s “Thoughts on the Religious State of the Country,” etc. (review), June.

Maury’s “Navigation” (review), June.

Stone’s “Ups and Downs in the Life of a Distressed Gentleman” (review), June.

Dickens’s “Watkins Tottle” (review), June.

“Flora and Thalia” (review), June.

“House of Lords” (review), July.

Mrs. L. H. Sigourney’s “Letters to Young Ladies,” (review), July. [page 436:]

“The Doctor” (review), July.

Frederick Von Raumer’s “England in 1835” (review), July.

“Memoirs of an American Lady” (review), July.

William D. Gallagher’s “Erato” (review), July.

“Camperdown” (review), July.

Leigh Ritchie’s “Russia and the Russians” (review), July.

Rev. Orville Dewey’s “The Old World and the New,” etc. (review), August.

THE CITY OF SIN, August (THE DOOMED CITY in the edition of 1831); American Whig Review (sub-title A PROPHECY), April 1845; B. J., ii. 8.

Charles Richardson’s “New Dictionary of the English Language” (review), August.

S. C. Hall’s “The Book of Gems” (review), August.

Lynch’s “South Sea Expedition” (review), August.

James S. French’s “Elkswatawa” (review), August.

“Letters Descriptive of the Virginia Springs” (review), August.

Lieut. Slidell’s “A Year in Spain” (review), August.

“The Adventures of a Gentleman in Search of a Horse” (review), August.

Prof. J. H. Ingraham’s “Lafitte” (review), August.

“Report of the Committee on Naval Affairs,” March 31, 1836 (review), August.

Pinakidia (essay), August.

Draper’s “Lectures” (review), August.

Lieber’s “Memorial” (review), August.

David B. Edwards’s “The History of Texas” (review), August.

ISRAFEL., August; Graham’s Magazine, October 1841; Phil. Saturday Museum, March 4, 1843; B. J., ii. 3.

“Inklings of Adventure” (review), August.

Lydia Maria Child’s “Philothea: a Romance” (review), September. Also Broadway Journal.

“Sheppard Lee” (review), September.

William Hazlitt’s “Literary Remains,” etc. (review), September.

Joseph Robinson’s “The Swiss Heiress” (review), October.

S. A. Roszel’s “Address at Dickinson College” (review), October.

Sir N. W. Wraxall’s “Posthumous Memoirs of His Own Times” (review), October. [page 437:]

“American Almanac for 1837” (review), October.

J. F. Cooper’s Sketches of “Switzerland” (review), October.

Prof. Thomas R. Dew’s “Address before the Students of William and Mary” (review), October.

Henry F. Chorley’s “Memorials of Mrs. Hemans” (review), October.

Dr. Robert W. Haxail’s “Dissertation,” etc. (review), October.

Captain Basil Hall’s “Skimmings, or a Winter at Schlass Hainfeld” (review), October.

“Peter Snook” (review), October. Also Broadway Journal.

G. P. R. James’s “Life of Richelieu,” etc. (review), October.

Baynard R. Hall’s “Latin Grammar” (review), October.

Bland’s “Chancery Reports” (review), October.

“Memoirs of Lucien Bonaparte” (review), October.

“Madrid in 1835” (review), October.

“Medical Review” (review), November.

Z. Collins Lee’s “Address delivered before the Baltimore Lyceum,” etc. (review), November.

“The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club” (review), November.

1837

THE BRIDAL BALLAD, Southern Literary Messenger, January; Philadelphia Saturday Evening Post, July 31, 1841; B. J., ii. 4.

Beverley Tucker’s “George Balcombe” (review), Southern Literary Messenger, January.

The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym, Southern Literary Messenger, January, February, 1837, 1838.

Washington Irving’s “Astoria” (review), Southern Literary Messenger, January.

Charles Anthon’s “Select Orations of Cicero” (review), Southern Literary Messenger, January.

J. N. Reynolds’s “South Sea Expedition” (review), Southern Literary Messenger, January.

“Poems by William Cullen Bryant” (review), Southern Literary Messenger, January.

TO ZANTE, Southern Literary Messenger, January; Philadelphia Saturday Museum, March 4, 1843; B. J., ii. 2.

[Poe adds a note here: “Mr. Poe’s attention being called in another direction, he will decline, with the present [page 438:] number, the editorial duties of the Messenger. His Critical Notices for this month end with Professor Anthon’s ‘Orations’ — what follows is from another hand. With the best wishes to the Magazine, and to its few foes as well as many friends, he is now desirous of bidding all parties a peaceable farewell.“]

J. L. Stephens’s “Arabia Petraea” (review), New York Review, October.

1838

THE NARRATIVE OF ARTHUR GORDON PYM OF NANTUCKET. By EDGAR A. POE. New York: Harper & Brothers. 1838. 201 pp. 12mo. Reprinted in London, 1838, 1841, 1861, etc.

Poe’s Reply to his Critics. Southern Literary Messenger, July Supplement.

Ligeia (tale), The American Museum, September 1838, 1840; B. J., ii. 12.

How to Write a Blackwood Article. The American Museum, December, 1838,1840; B. J., ii. i.

A Predicament (The Scythe of Time) (tale), The American Museum, December 1838, 1840; B. J., ii. 18.

1839

Silence: A Fable (tale), Baltimore Book, 1839, 1840; B. J., ii. 9.

Literary Small Talk (essay), American Museum, January, February.

Preface and Introduction to “The Conchologist’s First Book.”

THE HAUNTED PALACE, Baltimore Museum, April; Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine (in “The Fall of the House of Usher“), September; in “Tales,” 1840.

The Devil in the Belfry (tale), Philadelphia Saturday Chronicle and Mirror of The Times, May 18, 1839, 1840; B. J., ii. 18.

THE CONCHOLOGIST’S FIRST BOOK. By EDGAR A. POE. Philadelphia: Haswell, Barrington, and Has well. 1839. pp. 156. 12mo. Second edition, with 12 colored plates. Philadelphia, 1840. 12mo. Also reprinted anonymously, Philadelphia, 1845. [page 439:]

Contributions to Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine.

“George P. Morris” (review), May; Southern Literary Messenger, April, 1849 (revised).

TO IANTHE IN HEAVEN, July.

SPIRITS OF THE DEAD, July.

J. Fenimore Cooper’s “History of the American Navy” (review), July.

James’s “Celebrated Women” (review), July.

Wyatt’s “Synopsis of Natural History” (review). Short notices, etc., July.

The Man that was Used Up (tale), August 1839,1840,1843; B. J., ii. 5.

FAIRY LAND, August; also appeared in 1829, 1831, 1845; B. J. ii. 13.

TO THE RIVER — , August.

Wallace’s “Triumphs of Science” (review), August.

N. P. Willis’s “Tortesa,” and several short notices, August.

Fall of the House of Usher (tale), September 1839, 1840, 1845.

Glenn’s “Reply to the Critics” (review), September.

Lord Brougham’s “Historical Sketches of Statesmen” (review), September.

“Solomon See-saw” (review), September.

“Undine” (review), September.

William Wilson (tale), October 1839; The Gift, 1840; B. J., ii. 8.

Longfellow’s “Hyperion” (review), October.

Murray’s “Travels in North America” (review), and short notices, October.

Morella (tale), November.

“Canons of Good Breeding” (review), November.

W. Gilmore Simms’s “Damsel of Darien” (review), and short notices, November.

The Conversation of Eiros and Charmion (tale), December 1839. 1840, 1845.

Dickens’s “Nicholas Nickleby” (review), December.

Joseph O. Chandler’s “Address before the Goethean Society” (review), December.

Thomas Moore’s “National Melodies of America” (review), and short notices, December. [page 440:]

1840

TALES OF THE GROTESQUE AND ARABESQUE. By EDGAR A. POE. In two volumes. Philadelphia: Lea & Blanchard. pp. 243, 228. 12mo.

Contributions to Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine.

Journal of Julius Roman, chap. i. (tale), January.

Moore’s “Alciphron” (review), January.

Mathews’ “Memoirs” (review), January.

Journal of Julius Rodman [[(tale)]] (continued), February.

The Business Man (Peter Pendulum) (tale), February; B. J., ii. 4.

Longfellow’s “Voices of the Night” (review), February.

Marryat’s “Diary in America and short notices (review), February.

Journal of Julius Rodman [[(tale)]] (continued), March.

Henry Duncan’s “Sacred Philosophy of the Seasons” (review), March.

N. P. Willis’s “Romance of Travel” and short notices (review), March.

SILENCE, April; Philadelphia Saturday Museum, March 4, 1843; B. J., ii. 3.

Journal of Julius Rodman [[(tale)]] (continued), April.

A Notice of William Cullen Bryant, May.

Journal of Julius Rodman [[(tale)]] (continued), May.

The Philosophy of Furniture (essay), May; Broadway Journal, i. 18.

Madame Malibran’s “Memoirs and Letters” (review), May.

Some Account of Stonehenge (essay), June.

Journal of Julius Rodman (tale) (continued), June.

The Man of the Crowd (tale), December 1840, 1845.

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Mystification (Von Jung) (tale), 1840; Broadway Journal, ii. 25.

Why the Little Frenchman Wears his Hand in a Sling (tale), 1840; Broadway Journal, ii. 9. [page 441:]

1841

Contributions to Graham’s Magazine.

J. Fenimore Cooper’s “Mercedes of Castile” (review), January.

Mrs. Norton’s “Dream and Other Poems” (review), January.

James McHenry’s “The Antediluvians, or the World Destroyed” (review), February.

W. H. Ainsworth’s “The Tower of London” (review), March.

Longfellow’s “Ballads and other Poems” (review), March.

William Howitt’s “Visits to Remarkable Places,” etc. (review), March.

R. M. Walsh’s (trans.) “Sketches of Conspicuous Living Characters of France” (review), April.

The Murders in the Rue Morgue (tale), April 1841, 1843, 1845.

Bulwer’s “Night and Morning” (review), April.

A Descent into the Maelström (tale), May 1841, 1845.

C. F. Francis’s “Writings of Charles Sprague” (review), May.

Dickens’s “Old Curiosity Shop” and “Master Humphrey’s Clock” (review), May.

The Island of the Fay (tale), June; B. J., ii. 13.

G. P. R. James’s “Corse de Leon” (review), June.

Macaulay’s “Critical and Miscellaneous Essays” (review), June.

A Few Words on Secret Writing (essay), July.

Pue’s “Grammar of the English Language” (review), July.

Seba Smith’s “Powhatan” (review), July.

Lord Bolingbroke‘b, “Works” (review), July.

The Colloquy of Monos and Una (tale), August 1841, 1845.

“Life and Literary Remains of L. E. L.” (Letitia E. London), (review), August.

L. A. Wilmer’s “Quacks of Helicon” (review), August.

Irving’s Margaret M. Davidson’s “Biography and Poetical Remains” (review), August.

J. L. Stephens’s “Incidents of Travel in Central America” (review), August.

Secret Writing (Thomas’s Letter and Poe’s Answer), August.

TO HELEN, September. [page 442:]

Never Bet the Devil your Head: A Tale with a Moral [[(tale)]], September 1841; B. J.. ii. 6.

Thomas Campbell’s “Life of Petrarch” (review), September.

Marryat’s “Joseph Rushbrook” (review), September.

ISRAFEL, October.

A Chapter on Autography (essay), November.

“John G. Palfrey“’ (review), November.

W. H. Ainsworth’s “Guy Fawkes” (review), November.

“The Gift” (review), November.

E. L. Bulwer’s “Critical and Miscellaneous Essays” (review), November.

“The Pic Nic Papers,” edited by Dickens (review), November.

Napier’s “Peninsular War” (review), November.

Warren’s “Ten Thousand a Year” (review), November.

A Chapter on Autography, II. (essay), November.

“Lucretia Maria Davidson’s Poetical Remains” (review), December.

Simms’s “Confession” (review), December.

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Some Secrets of the Magazine Prison-House (essay), Broadway Journal, i. y.

Anastatic Printing (essay), Broadway Journal, i. 15.

Street Paving (essay), Broadway Journal, i. 16.

Three Sundays in a Week (tale), Saturday Evening Post, Nov. 27; B. J., i. 19.

1842

Contributions to Graham’s Magazine.

An Appendix of Autographs (essay), January.

Henry Cockton’s “Stanley Thorn (review), January.

Oliver Goldsmith’s “Vicar of Wakefield” (review), January.

Christopher North’s (Prof. John Wilson) “Critical and Miscellaneous Essays” (review), January.

Mrs. Sigourney’s “Pocahontas and Other Poems” (review), January.

Review of New Books, January.

A Few Words about Brainard (review), February. [page 443:]

Cornelius Mathews’ “Wakendah” (review), February; Godey’s Lady’s Book, November, 1845.

Dickens’s “Barnaby Rudge” (review), February; Philadelphia Saturday Evening Post, May 1, 1841.

Charles Lever’s “Charles O‘Malley, the Irish Dragoon” (review), March.

“The Critical and Miscellaneous Writings of Henry Lord Brougham” (review), March.

TO ONE DEPARTED, March; Saturday Museum, March 4, 1843.

L. F. Poulter’s “Imagination” (review), March.

Longfellow’s “Ballads and Other Poems” (review), April.

Algernon Henry Perkins’s “Ideals and Other Poems” (review), April.

The Oval Portrait (tale), April; B. J., i. 17.

Hawthorne’s “Twice-Told Tales” (review), April.

The Masque of the Red Death, A Fantasy (tale), May 1842; B. J., ii. 2.

Hawthorne’s “Twice-Told Tales” (review, continued from April), May.

Bulwer’s “Zanoni” (review), June.

Griswold’s “Poets and Poetry of America” (review), June.

Tennyson’s “Poems” (review), September.

The Poetry of Rufus Dawes: A Retrospective Criticism, October.

Mr. Griswold and the Poets, Boston Miscellany, November.

Eleonora (tale), The Gift, 1842; B. J., i. zx.

The Landscape Garden (tale), Snowden’s Lady’s Companion, October 1842; B. J., ii. 11.

The Mystery of Marie Rogêt, a Sequel to the “Murders to the Rue Morgue” (tale), Snowden’s Lady’s Companion, November, December, 1842; February 1843, 1845.

1843

THE CONQUEROR WORM, Graham’s Magazine, January; Philadelphia Saturday Museum, March 4,1843; B. J., i. 21; ii. 12 (LIGEIA). [page 444:]

The Tell-Tale Heart (tale), The Pioneer, January; B. J., ii. 7.

The Pit and the Pendulum (tale), The Gift, 1843; B. J., i. 20.

The Mystery of Marie Rogêt (tale) [[(continued)]] , Snowden’s Lady’s Companion, February.

Our Amateur Poets, No. 1; Flaccus, Graham’s Magazine, March.

LENORE, The Pioneer, Graham’s Magazine, February; Philadelphia Saturday Museum, March 4. Appeared in the edition of 1831, and in the Southern Literary Messenger, January, 1836, under the title A PAEAN, B. J., ii. 6.

The Rationale of Verse (essay), The Pioneer, March 1843, as “Notes on English Verse,” in its first draft: Southern Literary Messenger, October, November, 1848, elaborated.

ROMANCE, Philadelphia Saturday Museum, March 4, 1845; B. J. ii. 8.

AL AARAAF, Philadelphia Saturday Museum, March 4.

THE SLEEPER, Philadelphia Saturday Museum, March 4. Appeared in the edition of 1831, and in the Southern Literary Messenger, May 1836, under the title of IRENE.

The Gold-Bug (tale), Prize Story of The Philadelphia Dollar Newspaper, June 21-28, 1843; 1845.

THE PROSE ROMANCES OF EDGAR A. POE, No. 1 [all published]. The Murders in the Rue Morgue and The Man that was Used Up. Philadelphia. 1843. 8vo.

The Black Cat (tale), The Philadelphia United States Saturday Post, Aug. 19, 1843, 1845.

Contributions to the New Mirror published by Willis and Morris, New York. Attributed to Poe as follows:

Souvenirs of Youth (headed “Original Translation from the French,” signed E. P.), May 13. [[This item is attributed to Poe based on the Whitman copy.]]

The Master Spirits of their Age. Translated from the French [[for the New Mirror]] (signed E. P.), June 3. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

Anecdotes of Suwarrow. Translated from the French for the New Mirror (signed. E. P.), June 3.

The Head of St. John the Baptist (Translated from the French for the New Mirror (signed E. P.), June 17.[[This item is attributed to Poe based on the Whitman copy.]]

The Literary Pirate Foiled. An Incident in the Life of [page 445:] Anne Radcliffe. Translated from the French for the New Mirror (signed E. P.), June 24. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

A Morning’s Walk in the Luxembourg. Translated from the French for the New Mirror (signed E. P.), July 1. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The Merchant’s Daughter. Translated from the French for the New Mirror (signed E. P.), July; 5. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The above continued under the same title (signed E. P.), July 22. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The above continued, with the beading“’ The Merchant’s Daughter.” A Novel from the French of M. Scribe. Translated by A Lady for the New Mirror (no initial signed), July 29.

The above continued, under the same heading as in July 29 (signed E. P.), Aug. 5. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The same story and title (signed E. P.), Aug. 22. The same (signed E. P.), Aug. 29. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The same (signed E. P.), Aug. 26. The same (signed E. P.), Sept. 2. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The same under the following heading: (Communicated) The Merchant’s Daughter. A Novel from the French of M. Scribe (concluded) (signed E. P.), Sept. 9. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

Ennui. From the French of Eugene Guinot. Translated for the New Mirror (signed E. P.), Sept. 23. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The Yellow Rose. Translated for the New Mirror from the French of Bernard. A novel in Four Parts. Part I., Oct. 7. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The same. Part II. (not signed), Oct. 24. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The same. Part III. (not signed), Oct. 22. The same, concluded (signed E. P.), Oct. 29. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The Two Marines in India- From the French of A. Ligniers [[for the New Mirror]] (signed E. P.), Nov. 4. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

Women are Sometimes Fickle. Translated for the New Mirror from the French of De Maynard (signed E. P.), Nov. 21. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The Man Without a Name. Translated for the New Mirror from the French of S. H. Berthoud (signed E. P.), Nov. 25. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The Two Empresses. Translated for the New Mirror from the Gazette de Lausanne (signed E. P.), Dec. 2. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

Expectation. Translated from the French of Souvestre [[for the New Mirror]] (signed E. P.), Dec. 2. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The Story of a Cup of Tea. Translated for the New Mirror from the French of J. Lecompte (signed E. P.), Dec. 16. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]] [page 446:]

The Poet’s Laura. Translated from the French for the New Mirror (signed E. P.), Dec. 23. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

Three Visits to the Hotel des Invalides, 1705-1806-1840. Translated for the New Mirror from the French of Emile Marco de Saint Hilaire (signed E. P.), Dec. 30. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

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Our Amateur Poets, No. 3. William Ellery Charming, Graham’s Magazine, August.

Our Contributors, No. VIII. Fitz-Greene Halleck, Graham’s Magazine, September.

J. F. Cooper’s “Wyandotté” (review), Graham’s Magazine, November.

Griswold’s “The Poets and Poetry of America,” Philadelphia Saturday Museum, 1843.

1844

In New York Evening Mirror. Attributed to Poe.

Three Visits to the Hotel des Invalides. Second visit, 1806 (not signed), Jan. 6. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

Three Visits to the Hotel des In valides (signed E. P.), Jan. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

Translated for the New Mirror from the French of Eugene Scribe. The Price of Life (signed E. P.), Jan. 13. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

Translated for the New Mirror from the French of Louis Lurine. The jailer (signed E. P.), Jan. 20. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

Translated for the New Mirror from the French of Laseaux. The Bracelet (signed E. P.), Feb. 3. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The Pearl of Geneva. Translated from the French of De Mirecourt (signed E. K., a typographical error for P.), Feb. 17. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

Misfortune of having a Dowry. Translated from the French of Paul Merruau (signed E. P.), Feb. 24. Parisian Chronicle. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

Translated for the New Mirror from the Courrier des 91ats Unis (signed E. P.), March 2. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The Oath that Was Kept. Translated for the New Mirror from the French of Mark Perrin not signed), March 9. The same (concluded) (signed E. P.), March 16. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

Paris in Robe de Chambre (signed E. P.), March 23. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The Princess Pauline (signed E. P.), March 30. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The Professor’s Daughter (signed E. P.), April 13. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]] [page 447:]

Parisian Chronicle (signed E. P.), April 27. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The Love Letter; or, A Secret of the Confessional (signed E. P.), May 18. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

Parisian Chronicle (signed E. P.), June 8. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

Parisian Chronicle signed E. P.), June 15. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

Parisian Correspondence (signed P.), June 22. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

A Cottage and a Palace (signed E. P.), July 13. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The Passport- A Parisian Story (signed E. P.), Aug. 3. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The Will (signed E. P.), Aug. 31. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

The Times of the Emperour (signed E. P.), Sept. 7. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

Little Tarts of Prince Bedridden. In two chapters. Chapter First, A Dinner by CarMe (signed E. P.), Sept. 21. [[This item is actually attributed to Emily Percival.]]

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R. H. Horne’s “Orion” (review), Graham’s Magazine, March.

The Elk (tale), The Opal.

J. R. Lowell’s “Poems” (review), Graham’s Magazine, March.

A Tale of the Ragged Mountains, Godey’s Lady’s Book, April; B. J., ii. 21.

The Spectacles (tale), sent to Horne, April; B. J., ii. 20.

Diddling Considered as One of the Exact Sciences (tale), B. J., ii. 23.

The Balloon Hoax (tale), The (New York) Sun, April 13.

DREAMLAND, Graham’s Magazine, June 1844, 1845; Broadway Journal, i. 26.

Mesmeric Revelation (tale), Columbian Magazine, August 1844, 1843. Reprinted in London, 1846.

The Premature Burial (tale), some unknown Philadelphia publication, August; B. J., i. 24.

The Oblong Box (tale), Godey’s Lady’s Book, September; B. J., ii. 23.

Thou Art the Man (tale), Godey’s Lady’s Book, November.

The Literary Life of Thingum Bob, Esq. (tale), S. L. M., December 1844; B J., ii. 3.

The Angel of the Odd (tale), Columbian Magazine, October.

Marginalia, No. 1, Democratic Review, November; No. 2, December.

Amelia Welby (review), Democratic Review, December. [page 448:]

1845

THE RAVEN, The Evening Mirror, January 29, 1845; The American Whig Review, February 1845; Southern Literary Messenger, March 1845; Broadway Journal, i. 6.

THE RAVEN AND OTHER POEMS. By EDGAR A. POE. New York; Wiley and Putnam. 1845. pp. 3, 228. 12 mo.

TALES BY EDGAR A. POE. New York: Wiley and Putnam. 1845. pp. 3, 228. 12mo.

EULALIE. American Whig Review, with “A SONG” as subtitle, July 1845; B. J., ii. 5.

The Purloined Letter (tale), The Gift, 1845; 1845.

The Thousand and Second Tale of Scheherazade (tale), Godey’s Lady’s Book, February; B. J., ii. 26.

Some Words with a Mummy (tale), American Whig Review, April; B. J., ii. 17.

THE VALLEY OF UNREST, American Whig Review, April; B. J., ii. (Appeared in the edition of 1831, and the S. L. M., February, 1836, as THE VALLEY NIS.

Fifty Suggestions (essay), Graham’s Magazine, May, June; A Chapter of Suggestions, The Opal, 1845.

The Power of Words (essay), Democratic Review, June; B. J., ii. 16.

The Imp of the Perverse (tale), Graham’s Magazine, July 1845; May Flower, 1845.

The System of Dr. Tarr and Prof. Fether (tale), Graham’s Magazine, November.

The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar (tale), American Whig Review, December; B. J., ii. 24.

Reviews, essays, etc., in the Broadway Journal, signed with Poe’s initial (P.) in his own copy, now in the possession of F. R. Halsey, Esq., or otherwise indicated as Poe’s. TheTales and Poems which had appeared previously in other forms, or in other journals, are not repeated here.

Elizabeth B. Barrett’s “Drama of Exile” (review in two parts), Jan. 4 and 11; cf. Evening Mirror, 1844.

American Prose Writers, No. 2, N. P. Willis, Jan. 18.

“Poems by Sir Edward Lytton Bulwer” (review), Feb. 8.

Some Secrets of the Magazine Prison-House (essay), Feb. 15. [page 449:]

Imitation — Plagiarism. Mr. Poe’s Reply to the letter of “Outis,” March 8.(1)

“A Continuation of the Voluminous History of the Little Longfellow War,” March 15.

“Satirical Poems” (review), March 15.

Some Passages in the Life of a Lion, March 15.

Mrs. R. S. Nichols (review), March 22.

Continuation of a Reply to “Outis,” March 22.

“The New Comedy,” by Mrs. Mowatt (review), March 28.

“Herman Magnetism,” etc. (review), April 5.

Conclusion of a Reply to “Outis,” April 5.

Prospects of the Drama, Mrs. Mowatt’s Comedy (review), April 5.

“Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities,” edited by William Smith, Ph.D. (review), April ra.

“The Magazines” (a short review), May 26.

Mrs. L. M. Child’s “Philothea” (review), May 31.

Magazine Writing-Peter Snook, June 7.

Anastatic Printing (essay), April 12.

“The Antigone” at Palma’s (review), April 12.

Street Paving (essay), April 12.

“Achilles’ Wrath” (review), April 19.

“Old English Poetry — The Book of Gems,” edited by S. C. Hall (review), May 17.

“Poems by William W. Lord” (review), May 24.

“Plato contra Atheos,” etc., by Tayler Lewis, LL. D. (review), June 21.

“The Coming of the Mammoth,” by Henry A. Hirst (review), July 12.

“Alfred Tennyson” (review), July 19. House Furniture (essay), May 3.

How to Write a Blackwood Article (essay), July 12. [page 450:]

“The Magazines” (short review), Jul 12.

“The Drama” (Mrs. Mowatt at Niblo’s), July 19, 26, Aug. 2.

“The Chaunt of Life,” by Rev. Ralph Hoyt (review), July 26.

“The Lost Pleiad and Other Poems,” by T. H. Chivers (review), Aug. 2.

“The Fortune Hunter; or, The Adventures of a Man About Town.” By Mrs. Anna Cora Mowatt (review), Aug. 2.

“Wiley and Putnam’s Library of Choice Readin .” No. XVI.

Prose and Verse. By Thomas Hood (review), Aug. 9.

“Ettore Fieramosca,” etc. By Massimo D‘Azeglio. Translated by C. Edwards Lester (review), Aug. 9.

Editorial Miscellany, Aug. 9.

HYMN (Catholic Hymn), Aug. 16.

Wiley and Putnam’s Library of Choice Reading. No. XVII. The Characters of Shakspeare. By William Hazlitt (review), Aug. 16.

The Poetical Writings of Mrs. Elizabeth Oakes Smith (review), Aug. 23.

“Review of Graham’s Magazine for August,” Aug. 16.

“Wiley and Putnam’s Library of Choice Reading.” No. XIX. Prose and Verse. By Thomas Hood. Part II. (review), Aug. 23, 30.

“Dashes at Life wit a Free Pencil.” By N. P. Willis. Part III. (review), Aug. 23.

“Wiley and Putnam’s Library’ of Choice Reading.” No. XX.

The Indicator and Companion. By Leigh Hunt (review), Aug. 30.

“Wiley and Putnam’s Library of Choice Reading” No. XXI. Genius and Character of Burns. By Professor Wilson (review), Sept. 6.

“Festus: A Poem by Philip James Bailey” (review), Sept. 6.

“Saul, a Mystery. By Rev. Arthur Coxe” (review), Sept. 6.

“Review of the Democratic Review,” Sept. 20.

“The Prose Works of John Milton. With a Biographical Introduction by Rufus Wilmot Griswold” (review), Sept. 27.

“Wiley and Putnam’s Library of American Books.” No. IV. The Wigwam and the Cabin. By William Gilmore Simms (review), Oct. 4.

“The Broken Vow and Other Poems. By Amanda M. Edmond” (review), Oct. 11. [page 451:]

“Historical Sketch of the Second War between the United States of America and Great Britain. By Charles J. Ingersoll” (review), Oct 11.

“The Songs of Our Land and Other Poems.” By Mary E Hewitt (review), Oct 25.

The Power of Words (tale), Oct 25.

“Alice Ray a Romance in Rhyme By Mrs Sarah Josepha Hale” (review), Nov 1.

The Fine Arts “La Sortie du Bain,” Nov 1.

Editorial Miscellany (Boston and the Bostonians), (review), Nov. 1, 22.

F. Von Raumer’s “America and the American People” (review), Nov. 29.

“Poems by Frances S. Osgood” (review), Dec 13.

“Notes on Hudson” (review), Dec 13

Brook Farm (review), Dec 13

Editorial Miscellany notice of Leigh Hunt Dec 20.

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A Chapter of Suggestions. First Part. Opal 1845.

The American Drama (essay), American Whig Review, August

Marginalia No 3. Godey’s Lady’s Book August No 4 September

“Big Abel and the Little Manhattan” (review), Godey’s Lady’s Book, November.

1846

Valedictory signed EA Poe, Broadway Journal, Jan 3.

The Wigwam and the Cabin (review), Godeys Lady’s Book, January

Mrs Frances Sargent Osgood’s Wreath of Wild Flowers from New England and Poems (review), Godey’s Lady’s Book, March

Marginalia No 5. Graham’s Magazine, March. No 6. Democratic Review, April. No 7, Graham’s Magazine, November. No 8, Graham’s Magazine, December.

The Philosophy of Composition (essay), Graham’s Magazine, April

“William Cullen Bryant” (review), Godey’s Lady’s Book, April.

The Literati published in Godey’s Lady’s Book, May to October 1846. [page 452:]

May. — 1. George Bush. 2. George H. Colton. 3. N. P. Willis. 4. William M. Gillespie. 5. Charles F. Briggs. 6. William Kirkland. 7. John F. Francis.

June. — 1. Anna Cora Mowatt. 2. George B. Cheever. 3. Charles Anthon. 4. Ralph Hoyt. 5. Julian V. Verplanck. 6. Freeman Hunt. 7. Piero Maroncelli. 8. Laughton Osborn.

July. — 1. Fitz-Greene Halleck. 2. Ann S. Stephens. 3. Everett A. Duyckinck. 4. Mary Gove. 5. James Aldrich. 6. Thomas Dunn English. 7. Henry Care. 8. Christopher Pearse Cranch (Poe printed “Pease ‘).

August. — 1. Sarah Margaret Fuller. a. James Lawson. Caroline M. Kirkland. 4. Prosper M. Wetmore. 5. mma C. Embury. 6. Epes Sargent.

September. — 1. Frances S. Osgood. 2. Lydia M. Child. 3 Elizabeth Bogart. 4. Catherine M. Sedgwick. 5. Lewis Gaylord Clark. 6. Anne C. Lynch.

October. — 1. Charles Fenno Hoffman. 2. Mary E. Hewitt. 3. Richard Adams Locke.

The Cask of Amontillado (tale), Godey’s Lady’s Book, November.

1847

The Domain of Arnheim (tale), Columbian Magazine, March. This tale is an enlargement of “The Landscape Garden.”

To M. L. S., Home Journal, March 13.

Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “Twice-Told Tales,” “Mosses from an old Manse,” etc. (review), Godey’s Lady’s Book, November.

ULALUME (subtitle, To —— —— ), American Whig Review, December; Home Journal, January, 1848; Griswold, 1850.

1848

Marginalia, No. 9, Graham’s Magazine, January; No. 10, February.

To H. H., Columbian Magazine, March.

EUREKA. A PROSE POEM. By EDGAR A. POE. Geo. P. Putnam. New York. 1848. pp. 143. 12mo. Republished in London by Chapman.

AN ENIGMA (Sonnet), Union Magazine, March. [page 453:]

Mrs. S. Anna Lewis’s “The Child of the Sea, and Other Poems” (review), Southern Literary Messenger, September.

The Rationale of Verse (essay), Southern Literary Messenger, October, November.

To HELEN, To ——— ——— , Union Magazine, November, 1848.

1849

Mellonta Tauta (tale), Godey’s Lady’s Book, February.

Hop-Frog (tale), The Flag of our Union.

To MY MOTHER, Flag of our Union.

A VALENTINE, Sartain’s Union Magazine, March; Flag of our Union, 1849.

Lowell’s “A — Fable for Critics” (review), Southern Literary Messenger, February; Graham’s Magazine, March.

Marginalia, Nos. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15; Southern Literary Messenger, May to September.

FOR ANNIE, Flag of our Union; Griswold, 1850.

ANNABEL LEE, N. Y. Tribune, Oct. 9; Sartain’s Union Magazine, January, 1850.

A Chapter of Suggestions. Second Part (essay), Graham’s Magazine, May, June.

“Frances Sargent Osgood” (review), Southern Literary Messenger, August.

THE BELLS, Sartain’s Union Magazine, November 1849.

1850

“About Critics and Criticism” (review), Graham’s Magazine, January.

“Edwin Percy Whipple and Other Critics” (review), Graham’s Magazine, January.

Joel Tyler Headley’s “The Sacred Mountains” (review), Southern Literary Messenger, October.

The Poetic Principle, Sartain’s Union Magazine, October.

A DREAM WITHIN A DREAM, Griswold.

ELDORADO, Griswold. No earlier publication known. [[Actually, the poem appeared first in the Flag of our Union.]]

THE WORKS OF THE LATE EDGAR ALLAN POE. With a Memoir by Rufus Wilmot Griswold, and Notices of His Life and Genius by N. P. Willis and J. R. Lowell, in four volumes. Redfield, 34 Beekman [page 454:] Street. 1850-1856. (Preface by Mrs. Maria Clemm.) (Copyrighted, 1849.) The same in three volumes, 1850; in four volumes, 1853.

THE LITERATI: Some Honest Opinions about Autorial Merits and Demerits, with Occasional Words of Personality, together with Marginal Suggestions, and Essays, With a Sketch of the Author, by R. W. Griswold. New York: J. S. Redfield. 1850, pp. xxxix, 607. 12mo. (Vol. III. of Griswold’s edition.)

“Henry B. Hirst” (review), Griswold.

“Elizabeth Frieze Ellett” (review), Griswold. “Estelle Anna Lewis” (review), Griswold.

1875

ALONE, Scribner’s Magazine, September 1875.

1896

Poe’s Addenda to “Eureka,” Methodist Review, January.

DATE UNKNOWN.

X-ing a Paragrab (tale). The text follows Griswold.

The Sphinx (tale), Griswold.

Von Kempelen and his Discovery (published not earlier than 1848), Griswold.

Landor’s Cottage. Sent to Metropolitan before 1848. Once accepted, then rejected by the Metropolitan. Mentioned in Poe’s Correspondence, 1848-49. Griswold.

Poe’s Introduction to “The Tales of the Folio Club,” in MS. in the possession of Mrs. Wm. M. Griswold, of Cambridge, Mass., printed for the first time in this edition.

Poe’s Autobiographic Memorandum, 1841-1843?

POEMS ATTRIBUTED TO POE.

THE SKELETON HAND, The Yankee, August 1829.

THE MAGICIAN, The Yankee and Boston Literary Gazette, December 1829?

UNPUBLISHED POETRY, The Yankee, December 1829. [page 455:]

TO ISADORE, Broadway Journal, 1845. [[by A. M. Ide]]

THE VILLAGE STREET, Broadway Journal, 1845.[[(1)]] [[by A. M. Ide]]

THE FOREST REVERIE, Broadway Journal, 1845.[[(1)]] [[by A. M. Ide]]

ANNETTE, Broadway Journal, 1845.(1) [[by A. M. Ide]]

THE MAMMOTH SQUASH, 1845. [[This poem is actually a parody by Thomas Dunn English.]]

THE FIRE LEGEND, Southern Literary Messenger, July 1863. From an unpublished MS. of the late Edgar A. Poe. [[by Gardette]]

THE POETS AND POETRY OF AMERICA. A Satire. By Lavante. Philadelphia: William S. Young, No. 317 Race Street. 1847. [[generally no longer attributed to Poe.]]

 


[[Footnotes]]

[The following footnote appears at the bottom of page 449:]

1.  The Broadway Journal headings to Divisions II., III., IV., V., of the “Longfellow War” are as follows: —

II “A Continuation of the Voluminous History of the Little Longfellow War — Mr. Poe’s Further Reply to the Letter of Outis.”

III. “More of the Voluminous History of the Little Longfellow War — Mr. Poe’s Third Chapter of Reply to the Letter of Outis.”

IV. “Imitation — Plagiarism — The Conclusion of Mr. Poe’s Reply to the Letter of Outis.”

V. “Plagiarism — Imitation — Postscript to Mr. Poe’s Reply to the Letter of Outis.” — EDITOR.

[The following footnote appears in the original 1902 edition, but was omitted from the 1903 printing, although one footnote mark was left in place. It would have appeared at the bottom of page 455:]

1.  These three poems are by A. M. Ide. See Correspondence, Vo. XVII. — ED. [[The poems by A. M. Ide should also include “To Isadore”]]


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Notes:

There are many problems with this bibliography. Among the most serious is the long list of items in the New Mirror signed by “E. P.,” all but two of which are now attributed to Emily Percival. Following the error of J. H. Ingram, a number of poems printed in the Broadway Journal, under the byline A. M. Ide, are mistakenly attributed to Poe. Instead, A. M. Ide was a real person, and none of these poems are by Poe. Other problems include identifying, in at least one instance, the tales “How to Write a Blackwood Article” and “The Power of Words” as essays. In general, this bibliography should be considered unreliable, and of interest merely as an historical document.


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