Text: Robert A. Stewart (ed. J. A. Harrison), “Variantions of the Stedman-Woodberry and other Editionsl,” The Complete Works of Edgar Allan PoeVol. V: Tales - part 04 (1902), pp. 330-333


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[page 330, continued:]

VARIATIONS OF THE STEDMAN-WOODBERRY, STODDARD, AND INGRAM TEXTS FROM GRISWOLD. THE GRISWOLD TEXT IS IN PARENTHESES.

The Mystery of Marie Rogêt.

Stod. page 2 l. 18 are (such sentiments are) page 20 l. 1 therefore (before) l. 31 then (thence) page 33 l. 8 guided (guiding) page 36 l. 15 rencountres (rencounters) l. 17 as (as very) page 39 l. 14 in (in any) page 50 l. 19 situation (suspicion) l. 33 and a (and) l. 33 of (of a natural art) page 52 l. 13 tangled (entangled).

Ing. page 2 l. 1 Zufälle (zufalle) page 3 l. 7 proved (proven) page 6 l. 20 continued (continual) page 9 l. 29 Ste. (St.) page 12 l. 17 at noon (noon) l. 17 , a (, at twelve a) page 16 l. 12 that (when) page 20 l. 31 then (thence) page 22 l. 4 the (this) page 26 l. 9 reception (inception) page 40 l. 4 made a (made) page 43 l. 9 not (not yet) page 50 l. 13 communication (communications) page 51 l. 2-3 name of (name) page 52 l. 1 the (and the).

S. & W. page 1 l. 2 lauft (o. a.) page 2 l. 1 Zufälle (zufalle) page 3 l. 20 St. (Saint) page 15 l. 17 determines (determined) page 16 l. 12 that (when) page 40 l. 33 Mercurie (Mercure) page 42 l. 7 La (Le).

S. & W. omits the following Lorimer-Graham corrections: page 7 l. 16 and passed (o., L.-G.) page 37 l. 26 vast pity (o. vast, L.-G.) page 48 l. 17 single week (o. single, L.-G.). [page 331:]

The Pit and the Pendulum.

S. & W. page 69 l. 26 a long (long) page 71 l. 21 autos-da-fé (auto-da-fes) page 79 l. 23 cimeter (scimeter) page 83 l. 34 ribbons (ribbands).

The Tell-Tale Heart.

Stod. page 91 l. 26 a (such a) page 93 l. 2 chatted (chatted of).

Ing. page 91 l. 14 out from (from out) page 92 l. 28-30 First . . . legs, (Omitted in Ing.) l. 30 took (then took) page 93 l. 2-3 A . . . ha! (Omitted in Ing.).

S. & W. page 91 l. 26 much such a sound (such).

The Gold Bug.

Stod. page 98 l. 12 tellin’ (tellin) [so for other words of like termination — in] page 102 l. 11 looked (look) page 102 l. 8 ‘fore (fore) (so apostrophe used with other dialect words, ‘gin, ‘bout, etc.) page 113 l. 16 dey (dare) page 118 l. 10 spades (spade) page 119 l. 21 the the (the) page 132 l. 24 cases (case) page 136 l. 16 eleven (ten).

S. & W. page 96 par. II. l. 1 utmost (inmost) page 110 l. 14 tulipiferum (tulipefera).

S. & W. has the Lorimer-Graham verbal corrections except page 117 l. 26 dropped (let . . . fall) page 128 l. 3 upon (L.-G. on) page 131 l. 1 Upon (L.-G. On) page 132 l. 15 upon (L.-G. on) page 138 l. 25 upon (L.-G. on). Poe’s corrections in punctuation have, in nearly every instance, been ignored.

Ing. page 98 l. 33 loud (low) page 104 l. 21 nebber (neber).

The Black Cat.

Stod. page 145 l. 27 fibre (fiber) page 146 l. 21 stupid (silly) page 147 l. 21 succeding (succeeding) page 151 l. 20 woe (wo) page 155 l. 25 on (upon). [page 332:]

Ing. page 143 l. 13 baroques (barroques) page 150 l. 31 chimeras (chimaeras) page 151 l. 20 woe (wo) page 154 l. 4 ay (aye).

S. & W. page 143 l. 13 baroques (barroques) page 150 l. 31 chimera (chimaera) page 151 l. 20 woe (wo) page 154 l. 4 ay (aye).

The Elk.

Not in Stoddard nor Ingram.

S. & W. compared with “The Opal.” Page 154 l. 13 worthy of (worthy) page 157 l. 14 our (our own) page 160 l. 14 Tulipifera (tulipeferum) page 161 l. 34 minutes (moments) page 162 l. 8 that (which) l. 17 it out (it).

A Tale of the Ragged Mountains.

Stod. page 165 l. 2 doctrine (doctrines).

Ing. page 163 l. 21 widely (wildly) page 166 l. 22 on (in) page 167 l. 4-5 never before been trodden (been trodden never before).

The Spectacles.

Stod. page 196 l. 19 adopt (to adopt) page 198 l. 13 felt (I felt) page 199 l. 31 at last (last) page 204 l. 2 with (and helpless with) page 205 l. 8 both (bote).

Ing. page 193 l. 29 consider (reconsider) page 196 l. 27 worse (less) page 199 l. 8 explained (exclaimed) page 207 l. 1 un (en) [B. J.].

S. & W. page 203 l. 28 were [B. J.] (and were) page 205 l. 31 Buonaparte (Bonaparte) page 207 l. 1 un [B. J.] (en).

Diddling Considered as one of the Exact Sciences.

Stod. page 212 l. 13 Frey (the Frey) l. 32 trowsers’ (trousers’) page 217 l. 8 diddle (diddler) page 219 l. 25 in (at) page 222 l. 1 in (in a). [page 333:]

S. & W. page 217 l. 26 écritoire (escritoire) page 221 l. 10 cosey (cosy).

Ing. page 220 l. 13 instantly (instanter).

The Balloon Hoax.

Stod. page 234 l. 25 enclosing (inclosing).

S. & W. page 226 l. 1 on (in) page 225 l. 24 into (in) page 233 l. 25 beautiful (beautifully).

The Premature Burial.

Stod. page 257 l. 23 unmoulded (unmouldered) page 263 l. 27 with the (with) page 267 l. 27 and sad (sad) page 271 l. 31 subterranean (subterrene).

Ing. page 264 l. 4 so profound (profound).

The Oblong Box.

S. & W. page 285 l. 4 feet of (feet).

Stod. page 289 l. 7 mistake (mistakes).

Thou Art the Man.

Stod. page 298 l. 21 pled (plead) page 297 l. 26 and page 298 l. 25 Shuttleworthy (Goodfellow) page 305 l. 34 thumbed (thumped).

Ing. page 298 l. 21 pled (plead).

S. & W. page 292 l. 1 men, and (and) page 297 l. 26 and page 298 l. 25 Shuttleworthy (Goodfellow) page 298 l. 21 pleaded (plead).

 


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Notes:

None.


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