Text: Burton R. Pollin, “Titles of Poe’s Poems and Tales,” Dictionary of Names and Titles in Poe’s Collected Works, (1968), 191-196 (This material is protected by copyright)


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[[Titles of Poe’s Poems and Tales]]

[[Extracted from Index II]]

AL AARAAF: 2.220m; 7.23-39t; 11.169-70c; 12.156c; 14.235c

AL AARAAF, TAMERLANE AND MINOR POEMS (1829): 16.355t

Alone (by Poe): 7.227t

Angel of the Odd; An Extravaganza: 6.103-15t

Annabel Lee: 7.117-8t

Assignation, The (see “The Visionary”): 2.109-24t

Balloon-Hoax, The: 5.224-40t

Bells, The: 7.119-22t

Bells, A Song, The: 7.223t

Berenice: 2.16-26t

Black Cat, The: 5.143t

Bon-Bon: 2.125-46t

Bridal Ballad; To —: 7.81t

Business Man, The (see “Peter Pendulum”): 4.122-33t

Cask of Amontillado, The: 6.167-75t

City in the Sea, The: 7.49-50t

Coliseum, The: 7.56-7t

Colloquy of Monos and Una, The: 4.200-212t

CONCHOLOGIST’S FIRST BOOK, THE: 14.95-100t

Conqueror Worm, The: 2.256-7t; 7.87-8t

Continuation of the Voluminous History of the Little Longfellow War — Mr. Poe’s further reply to the Letter of Outis, A: 12.57t

Conversation of Eiros and Charmion, The: 4.1-8t

Dedication to the Edition of 1845: 7.xly t

Descent into the Maelstrom: 2.225-47t

Devil in the Belfrey, The: 3.247-57t

Diddling Considered as one of the Exact Sciences: 5.210t

Domain of Arnheim, The: 6.176-96t

Dream, A.: 7.19t

Dream Land: 7.205t

Dream-Land: 7.89-90t

Dream Within a Dream: 7.16t

Dreams: 7.11t

Duc De L’Omelette: 2.197-202t

Eldorado: 7.123t

Eleonora: 4.236-44t

Elk, The (“Morning on the Wissahiccon”): 5.156-62t

Enigma, An: 7.110t

Epimanes (see “Four Beasts etc.”): 2.375t

Eulalie: 7.206t

Eulalie — A Song: 7.91t

EUREKA, A PROSE POEM (1848): 16.376t

EUREKA; AN ESSAY ON THE MATERIAL AND SPIRITUAL UNIVERSE: 16.185-354t

Evening Star: 7.15t

Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar, The: 6.154-66t

Fairyland: 7.44-5t

Fall of the House of Usher, The: 3.273-97t

For Annie: 7.111-4t

Four Beasts in One (“Epimanes”): 2.375t

Four Beasts in One; The Homo-Cameleopard (see “Epimanes”): 2.203-13t

Gold-Bug, The: 5.95-149t

Happiest Day, the Happiest Hour, The: 7.20t

Haunted Palace, The: 3.284-fit, 341m; 7.83-4t; 12.157c; 16.151c

Hop-Frog: 6.216-28t

How to Write a Blackwood Article (see “Psyche Zenobia”): 2.269-82t

Hymn (Poe): 2.319-201; 7.58t

Imp of the Perverse, The: 6.145-53t

In Youth Have I Known One with Whom the Earth (1827): 7.153t

Island of the Fay, The: 4.193-9t

Israfel: 7.47-8t

Journal of Julius Rodman, Being an Account of the First Passage Across the Rocky Mountains of North America Ever Achieved by Civilized Man, The: 4.9-101t

King Pest. A Tale Containing An Allegory: 2.168-84t

King Pest the First. A Tale Containing an Allegory: 2.367t

Lake, The —: 7.21t

Landor’s Cottage; A Pendant to’The Domain of Arnheim”: 6.255-71t

Landscape Garden, The: 4.259-71t

Lenore (see “A Paean” on 7.182-4): 7.53-4t

Letter to B—: 7.xxv t

Life in Death (for “The Oval Portrait”): 4.316t

Ligeia: 2.248-68t

Lionizing (“Some Passages etc.”): 2.35-41t

Lion-izing, A Tale: 2.323t

Literary Life of Thingum-Bob, The: 6.275t

Literary Life of Thingum Bob, Esq. Late Editor of the “Goosetherumfoodle” By Himself: 6.1-27t

Loss of Breath; A Tale Neither in nor out of Blackwood: 2.151-67t

Loss of Breath. A Tale a la Blackwood: 2.356t

Man of the Crowd, The: 4.134-45t

Man That Was Used Up, The. A Tale of the Late Bugaboo and Kickapoo Campaign: 3.259-72t

Masque of the Red Death, The: 4.250-58t

Mellonta Tauta: 6.197-215t

Mesmeric Revelation: 5.241-54t; 16.71c

MESMERISM/ “IN ARTICULO MORTIS”/ AN/ ASTOUNDING AND HORRIFYING NARRATION/ SHEWING THE EXTRAORDINARY POWER OF MESMERISM/ IN ARRESTING THE/ PROGRESS OF DEATH/ By Edgar A. Poe, Esq. (London pamphlet): 6.292t

Metzengerstein: 2.185-96t

Metzengerstein/In Imitation of the German: 2.370t

Mille, mille, mille: 2.209t

Morella: 2.27-34t

Morning on the Wissahiccon: 5.157-62t

MS Found in a Bottle: 2.1-15t

Murders in the Rue Morgue, The: 4.146-92t; 5.2m; 16.109c, 228m

Mystery of Marie Roget, The. A Sequel to “The Murders in the Rue Morgue”: 5.1-66t

Mystification: 4.102-13t

NARRATIVE OF ARTHUR GORDON PYM OF NANTUCKET: 3.1-245t; 16.362t

Never Bet the Devil Your Head: 4.213-26t

Note by Poe Prefixed to Poems of Youth in the Edition of 1845: 7.xlix t

Oblong Box, The: 5.274-98t

Oval Portrait, The (see “Life in Death”): 4.245-9t

Paean, A: 7.182-4t

Peter Pendulumm The Business Man (q.v.): 4.285t

Pit and the Pendulum, The: 5.67-87t

POEMS BY EDGAR A. POE (1831): 16.355t

Poe’s Addenda to Eureka: 16.337-46t

Poe’s Reply to His Critics: 8.333-40t

Poe’s Unpublished Notes Apparently to Eureka (really for “Hans Phaal”): 16.347-54t

Power of Words, The: 6.139-44t

Predicament, A. The Scythe of Time (q.v.): 2.283-95t

Premature Burial, The: 5.255-73t

PROSE ROMANCES OF EDGAR A. POE (1843): 16.368t

Psyche Zenobia, The (see “How to Write a Blackwood Article” and “A Predicament”): 2.391t

Purloined Letter, The: 6.28-52t

Raven, The: 7.94-100t; 12.52pq, 68pq, 69p, 73-9p, 136c, 158c, 244mq; 13.11m, 29pq, 172mq; 14.195p, 200-208p, 229m; 16.86m, 155mq

RAVEN AND OTHER POEMS, THE: 13.28-30rq; 16.312t

Reply to Outis, A: 12.66-104t

Romance: 7.40t

Scenes from an Unpublished Drama: 7.194t

Scenes from Politian; an Unpublished Drama: 7.59-79t

Scythe of Time, The (see “A Predicament”): 2.393t

Shadow; A Parable: 2.147-50t

Shadow-A-Fable-By: 2.355t

Silence (see “Siope”): 7.201t

Silence, A Fable: 2.220-24t

Siope — A Fable (in the manner of the Psychological Autobiographists): 2.220t

Sleeper, The: 7.51-2t

Some Passages in the Life of a Lion: 2.35-41t

Some Words with a Mummy: 6.116-37t

Sonnet — Silence: 7.85t

Sonnet — To Science: 4.307t; 7.22t

Sonnet to Zante: 7.80t; 7.197t

Spectacles, The: 5.177-209t

Sphinx, The: 6.238-44t

Spirits of the Dead: 7.13t

Stanzas: 7.17-8t

Succession of Sundays, A (see “Three Sundays in a Week”): 4.312t

System of Dr. Tarr and Prof. Fether, The: 6.53-77t

System of Doctors Tar and Fether, The: 6.278t

Tale of Jerusalem, A: 2.214-9t

Tale of the Ragged Mountains, A: 5.163-76t

Tales of the Folio Club; Poe’s Introduction: 2.xxxvi-xxxix t

TALES OF THE GROTESQUE AND ARABESQUE (1840): 11.112c; 16.364t

Tamerlane: 7.1-9t

Tamerlane (early form): 7.127-39t

TAMERLANE AND OTHER POEMS BY A BOSTONIAN: 7.1i t

TAMERLANE AND OTHER POEMS. BY A BOSTONIAN: 16.355t

Tell-Tale Heart, The: 5.88-94t

Thou Art the Man: 5.290-309t

Thousand, a thousand, a thousand, A: 2.209t

Thousand and Second Tale, The: 6.279t

Thousand-And-Second Tale of Scheherazade, The: 6.78-102t

Three Sundays in a Week: 4.227-35t

To —: 7.10t

To —: 7.41t

To —: 7.43t

To —: 7.106t

To —: 7.217t

To F. —: 7.92t

To Frances S. Osgood: 7.93t

To F—s S. O—d (Frances S. Osgood): 7.207t

To Helen (Stannard): 7.46t

To Helen (Whitman): 7.107-109t

To M. L. S———: 7.101t

To Mary (also To F———, q.v.): 7.206t; 12.88-9c

To My Mother: 7.116t

To One in Paradise: 7.86t

To Science: 4.307t; 7.22t

To the River ————: 7.42t

To Zante: 7.197t

Ulalume: 7.102-105t; 13.210-11c

Unparalleled Adventure of One Hans Pfaall, The: 2.42-103t; 15.128p, 135p

Valentine, A: 7.115t

Valley Nis, The: 7.188t

Valley of Unrest, The: 7.55t

Visionary, The (“The Assignation”): 2.109-24t

Visit of the Dead — 1827: 7.148t

Von Kempelen and His Discovery: 6.245-54t

Who is king but Epiphanes?: 2.211t

Why the Little Frenchman Wears His Hand in a Sling: 4.114-21t

William Wilson: 3.299-325t; 11.112-3c

X-ing A Paragrab: 6.229-37t

 


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[S:0 - DNTCW, 1968] - Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore - Works - Dictionary of Names and Titles (B. R. Pollin) (Titles of Poe's Poems and Tales)