Poe Studies / Dark Romanticism (1986-1987)


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Poe Studies / Dark Romanticism (founded as Poe Newsletter in 1968, and issued as Poe Studies 1971-1985) is published by the Washington State University Press and produced with the aid of the Humanities Research Center and the support of the College of Liberal Arts and the Department of English at Washington State University. The Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore is grateful to the publishers for permission to make available e-text versions of articles printed in selected volumes of this journal. It should be noted that information and views expressed in these articles reflect the research and opinions of the authors. Anyone who finds these articles of interest is encouraged to subscribe to Poe Studies / Dark Romanticism.

 


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Volume XIX - 1986

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Volume XIX, Number 1 (June 1986)

Editor: Alexander Hammond (Washington State University); Associate Editor: Kathleen McLean (Washington State University); Editorial Assistant: Michael Williams (Washington State University); Editorial Board: Richard P. Benton (Trinity College, emeritus); Eric W. Carlson (University of Connecticut, emeritus); J. Lasley Dameron (Memphis State University); Benjamin F. Fisher IV (University of Mississippi); Roger Forclaz (independent scholar); James W. Gargano (Washington and Jefferson College, emeritus); John T. Irwin (Johns Hopkins University); David Ketterer (Concordia University); Kent Ljungquist (Worcester Polytechnic Institute); Robert C. McLean (Washington State University); Joseph J. Moldenhauer (University of Texas); Burton R. Pollin (Bronx Community College, emeritus); Patrick F. Quinn (Wellesley College, emeritus); John E. Reilly (College of the Holy Cross); Claude Richard (Université de Montpellier); William H. Shurr (University of Tennessee); G. R. Thompson (Purdue University)

 

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Volume XIX, Number 2 (December 1986)

Editor: Alexander Hammond (Washington State University); Associate Editor: Kathleen McLean (Washington State University); Editorial Assistant: Michael Williams (Washington State University); Editorial Board: Richard P. Benton (Trinity College, emeritus); Eric W. Carlson (University of Connecticut, emeritus); J. Lasley Dameron (Memphis State University); Benjamin F. Fisher IV (University of Mississippi); Roger Forclaz (independent scholar); James W. Gargano (Washington and Jefferson College, emeritus); John T. Irwin (Johns Hopkins University); David Ketterer (Concordia University); Kent Ljungquist (Worcester Polytechnic Institute); Robert C. McLean (Washington State University); Joseph J. Moldenhauer (University of Texas); Burton R. Pollin (Bronx Community College, emeritus); Patrick F. Quinn (Wellesley College, emeritus); John E. Reilly (College of the Holy Cross); Claude Richard (Université de Montpellier); William H. Shurr (University of Tennessee); G. R. Thompson (Purdue University)

 


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Volume XX - 1987

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Volume XX, Number 1 (June 1987)

Editor: Alexander Hammond (Washington State University); Associate Editor: Kathleen McLean (Washington State University); Editorial Assistant: Michael Williams (Washington State University); Editorial Board: Richard P. Benton (Trinity College, emeritus); Eric W. Carlson (University of Connecticut, emeritus); J. Lasley Dameron (Memphis State University); Benjamin F. Fisher IV (University of Mississippi); Roger Forclaz (independent scholar); James W. Gargano (Washington and Jefferson College, emeritus); John T. Irwin (Johns Hopkins University); David Ketterer (Concordia University); Kent Ljungquist (Worcester Polytechnic Institute); Robert C. McLean (Washington State University); Joseph J. Moldenhauer (University of Texas); Burton R. Pollin (Bronx Community College, emeritus); Patrick F. Quinn (Wellesley College, emeritus); John E. Reilly (College of the Holy Cross); Claude Richard (Université de Montpellier); William H. Shurr (University of Tennessee); G. R. Thompson (Purdue University)

 

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Volume XX, Number 2 (December 1987)

Editor: Alexander Hammond (Washington State University); Associate Editor: Kathleen McLean (Washington State University); Editorial Assistant: Michael Williams (Washington State University); Editorial Board: Richard P. Benton (Trinity College, emeritus); Eric W. Carlson (University of Connecticut, emeritus); J. Lasley Dameron (Memphis State University); Benjamin F. Fisher IV (University of Mississippi); Roger Forclaz (independent scholar); James W. Gargano (Washington and Jefferson College, emeritus); John T. Irwin (Johns Hopkins University); David Ketterer (Concordia University); Kent Ljungquist (Worcester Polytechnic Institute); Robert C. McLean (Washington State University); Joseph J. Moldenhauer (University of Texas); Burton R. Pollin (Bronx Community College, emeritus); Patrick F. Quinn (Wellesley College, emeritus); John E. Reilly (College of the Holy Cross); Claude Richard (Université de Montpellier); William H. Shurr (University of Tennessee); G. R. Thompson (Purdue University)

 


Abbreviations:

The journal abbreviates frequently cited texts of Poe’s writings. Citations are keyed as follows:

  • Works Collected Works of Edgar Allan Poe, vol. I, Poems; vol. I, Tales and Sketches 1831-1842; vol. III, Tales and Sketches 1843-1848, ed. T. O. Mabbott (Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1969-1978).
  • Writings — Collected Writings of Edgar Allan Poe, ed. Burton R. Pollin: vol. I, The Imaginary Voyages (Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1981); vol II, The Brevities; vol. III, The Broadway Journal: Text; vol. IV, The Broadway Journal: Annotations (New York: Gordian Press, 1985-1986)
  • Complete Works The Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe, ed. James A. Harrison (New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1902; or rpt., New York: AMS Press, 1965)
  • Poems The Poems of Edgar Allan Poe, ed. Floyd Stovall (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1965).
  • Letters The Letters of Edgar Allan Poe, ed. John Ward Ostrom (rev. ed., New York: Gordian Press, 1966.)

 

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Note:

Every reasonable effort has been made to maintain the integrity of the texts presented here. Some of the words included in the original printed form of these articles, however, especially in names or titles of foreign items in the bibliographies, use unusual characters which are not part of standard browser fonts. Generally, these are common letters with special accents. When these characters have been encountered, the letter has been provided without the accent.

 

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