Text: Robert A. Stewart (ed. J. A. Harrison), “Introduction,” The Complete Works of Edgar Allan PoeVol. V: Tales - part 04 (1902), p. 325


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[page 325, continued:]

DIDDLING CONSIDERED AS ONE OF THE EXACT SCIENCES.

BROADWAY JOURNAL, II. 10.

The text follows Broadway Journal.

Griswold differs very slightly from the text.

Variations of Griswold from the text.

Page 214 l. 6 who (, who) page 215 l. 8 two, — (,) l. 7 to (o.) l. 12 does n’t (does’t) l. 17 self satisfied (self-satisfied) page 216 l. 1 pocket (pocket-) l. 5 [for man B. J. has men] l. 33 gentleman (gentlemen) l. 34 pocket (pocket-) page 221 l. 23 , with (o. c.) l. 25 boarding (boarding-) l. 32 , to (o. c) page 223 l. 11 bill (bill,).

 


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Notes:

None.


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