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Mabbott, T. O., ed.: Al Aaraaf, 89; Doings of Gotham (with Spannuth), 508, 554; Life and Works of Edward Coote Pinkney (with Pleadwell), xxviii; Merlin, by Lambert A. Wilmer, 62, 123, 373, 523, 548n; Politian, 244n, 247; Poe’s Brother (with Allen), 65, 81, 516, 538n; The Raven (Lorimer Graham copy), see List of Sources of Texts; Selected Poems . . . Poe, xxix; Selected Poetry and Prose of Poe, 403, 411n; Tamerlane, 15, 17, 21, 539n

McCabe, Reverend Dr. John Collins: 182

McCabe, Mrs. William Gordon, Jr: 183

Maccabees: 218

McCauley, I. H.: 333n ­[page 614:]

McHenry, Dr. James: 324

McKee, Thomas J. (sale catalogue): 165

McKelly, Alexander: 364

Mackenzie (MacKenzie) family: 3, 7, 8, 415, 520, 521, 533, 564, 567

Mackenzie, Jane (school): 4, 7, 520

Mackenzie, John: 523

McLean, Sydney P.: 398

McMakin’s Model American Courier (Philadelphia): 440

McMichael, Morton: 360

McNeil, Elizabeth: 216

Macpherson, James: xxviin

“Maelzel’s Automatic Chess-Player”: 546

“Magazines, The”: 553

“Magic of Night, The” r: 506

“Magician, The” r: 505

Maginn, William: 140

Magnolia (Charleston, S. C.): 178, 347

Magruder, Allan B.: 542

Mahomet: 119

Mahony, Francis: 432

“Make me worthy” (children’s prayer) r: 514

Mallarmé, Stéphane: 351n, 454n, 572

Mamaroneck, N. Y.: 411

“Mammoth Squash, The” r: 509

“Man for Galway, The”: 462

“Man of the Crowd, The”: and “To M—,” 138; and “To Helen [Whitman],” 448; mentioned, 550

“Man that Was Used Up, The”: and “Bridal Ballad,” 310; mentioned, 553

Manet, Edouard: 454n

Mangan, James Clarence: xxix

“Maniac Lover, The” r: 508

“Marginalia”: and “Tamerlane,” 64; and “Fairy Land” [II], 163; and “Israfel,” 171; and “Coliseum,” 231; and Politian, 288; and “Haunted Palace,” 315; and “Motto for the Stylus,” 329; and “Lenore,” 330, 338; and “The Raven,” 371; and “To Marie Louise,” 408; and “Dream Within a Dream,” 450; on the importance of dashes, xx; mentioned, xviii, 339, 555n

Marine, William M.: 227

Mark: 346, 422, 474n

Markell, Mrs. Gertrude W.: 426

Marlowe, Christopher: 23, 126

Martial: 21

“Martial Glory” r: 504

Martin, John: 551

Maryland Historical Society: holdings, 98

Mason, Henry: 155

“Masque of the Red Death, The”: and Politian, 295, 297; and “The Bells,” 431; mentioned, 484, 552

Masters, Edgar Lee: 190n

Matchett and Woods: 89

Mathews, Cornelius: 354, 355n

Mathews, Frances Aymar: 355n

Maxwell, Joseph: 514

Maxwell, William: 303

May, Franklin F.: 333

“May Queen Ode”: 302

Meagher, Widow: 432n, 511

Mellonta Tauta”: 489, 566

Melton, Wightman F.: 474n

Melville, Herman: 548, 563

Memnon legend: 231. See also 78

Menelaus: 168

“Mesmeric Revelation”: and Politian, 296; and “For Annie,” 459; mentioned, 554

Messac, Régis: 155n

“Message from Edgar A. Poe” r: 511

“Metzengerstein”: and “To M—,” 138; and “To One in Paradise,” 216; and Politian, 296; mentioned, 543

Michelangelo Buonarroti: 93, 125

Mierow, Herbert Edward: 168, 237

“Milford Bard”: 67

Military Magazine (Philadelphia): 498

Miller, Elizabeth: 533

Miller, Dr. James H.: 227, 544

Miller, Mr. and Mrs. John C.: 561

Miller, John Carl: see Ingram List, 4, 530n

Miller, John LeFevre: 561n

Millington, John M.: 563n

Milnan, Henry Hart: 327

Milton, John: xxvi, 15, 95, 540; — Comus, and “Al Aaraaf,” 126, and Politian, 291, and “The Raven,” 373; — Lycidas, and “Tamerlane,” 64, and “A Dream” 80, and “Irenë,” 186, and “Valley of Unrest,” 195, and “Annabel Lee,” 481; — Paradise Lost, and “Tamerlane,” 62, and “Song,” 67, and “Al Aaraaf,” 119, 121, 124, 126, and “To Helen,” 167, 168, 170, and “City in the Sea,” 203, and “A Paean,” 207, and Politian, 297, and “Dream-Land,” 342, and “To Helen [Whitman],” 448, and “Eldorado,” 464; — other works, and the Al ­[page 615:] Aaraaf volume, 89, 90, and “Al Aaraaf,” 118, 120, 125, and “Israfel,” 177, and “Lenore,” 338, and “A Valentine,” 391

Minerva and Emerald (Baltimore): 137, 510. See also Baltimore Minerva

Minnesota Historical Society: holdings, 410n

Minor, Benjamin Blake: 361, 555

Minor, Lucian: 507, 545n, 546n

Mish, Dr. John L.: 178

Mithradates Eupator: 117

“Model Verses”: 392-396

Modern Languages Notes (Baltimore): 164n, 168n, 178, 222, 224, 320, 461n, 505, 506

Moliere: xxix

“Monody on Doctor Olmsted,” tentatively ascribed: 500-501

“Monody on the Death of General Joseph Sterett” r: 504

Montevideo: 515

Moore, Abraham: 291

Moore, Channing: 537n

Moore, F. A.: 477

Moore, John W.: 475

Moore, Rayburn S.: 568n

Moore, Bishop Richard Channing: 536

Moore, Thomas: Poe a disciple, xxvii, 95, 294, 540; biography of Byron, and “To One in Paradise,” 211; Anacreontea (translation), and “Introduction,” 158, and “Irenë;” 179, and “A Paean,” 207, and “The Raven,” 370; Evenings in Greece, and “Al Aaraaf,” 116, and “An Acrostic,” 150; Lalla Rookh, and “Al Aaraaf,” 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 124, 125, and “Fairy-Land” [I], 138, and “Israfel,” 172, 177, and “Irenë,” 181, and “City in the Sea,” 204, and “For Annie,” 460, and “Eldorado,” 464; Loves of the Angels, and “Al Aaraaf,” 115, 125, 126, and “Introduction,” 159; Irish Melodies, and “Evening Star,” 73, last book in Poe’s possession, 568; other works, and “To One in Paradise,” 216, and Politian, 293, 295, and “Eulalie,” 350; mentioned, 83, 432, 447, 497

Moran, Dr. John J.: 474n, 568n, 569

Moran, Mrs. John J.: 569

“Morella”: and “Tamerlane,” 62; and “Romance,” 129; and “Hymn, 216; mentioned, 484, 545

Morgan, Appleton: 359n

Morris, General George P.: “A Hero of the Revolution” cited, 338; edits Evening Mirror, 554; mentioned, 155, 317, 547, 555, 558, 560, 562

Morrison, Mrs.: 554n

Morrison, Professor Robert: 83

Morton, Maxwell V. Z. W.: 198n, 226n

Moss, Sidney P.: 559n, 560n

Mott, Dr. Valentine: 562

Motto for “The Gold-Bug”: 329; 319

Motto for THE STYLUS: 328-329

Motto for “William Wilson”: 319-320, 329

Mowatt, Mrs. Anna Cora: 290, 491n, 533, 558

M’Queen, the Reverend Mr. Donald: 190

“Mr. Po” r: 504

“MS Found in a Bottle”: and “Al Aaraaf,” 121, 124; and “Coliseum,” 226; mentioned, 227, 544

“Murderer, The” r: 513

“Murders in the Rue Morgue, The”: and “Al Aaraaf,” 123; and Politian, 293; mentioned, 551, 553

Murdoch, James E.: 560

Murphy, Arthur: 329

Murphy, Jerry: 449

Murphy, Dr. Robert G.: 226

Murray, John: 64

Musiad or Ninead, by Diabolus, edited by ME, The r: 505, 541

“Music” r: 504

Musters, John: 211

“My Soul” r: 514

“Mysterious Star!”: 159-160

“Mystery of Marie Rogêt, The”: 552

“Mystification”: and “Romance,” 128; and “Von Jung,” 486; mentioned, 547


Nack, James: 439

Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym, The: and “Valley Nis,” 195; and “Dream-Land,” 343; and “Ulalume,” 421; mentioned, 547, 548

Nation (New York): 356n, 383n

Neal, John: and “Al Aaraaf,” 26, 66, 197, 540; quoted, 121; Poe letters to, 92, 127; mentioned, 139, 234, 505, 572

Neal, Mary: 234

Nebraska State Historical Society: holdings, 491

Nelson, Mary: 570n

“Never Bet the Devil Your Head”: 487 ­[page 616:]

New Mirror (New York): 347

New Monthly Magazine (London): 198n, 226n

“New Year’s Address to the Carriers of the Columbia Spy, A” r: 508

New York: Poe’s parents in, 531; Poe in, 543; the Poe family in, 547, 554

New York Herald: 62, 414n, 562n

New-York Mirror*: 155, 398, 420, 432n, 542

New-York Historical Society: holdings, 334, 424, 472n, 557n, 570n

New York Public Library*: holdings, Berg Collection, 25, 322, other collections, 322, 396, 470n, 514

New York Public Library, Bulletin: 90n, 167, 396, 419

New York Society Library: 397, 556, 564

New York Times*: 355n, 475n

New York Times Book Review: 514

New York Times Saturday Review of Books*: 216, 340

New-York Tribune*: “Annabel Lee,” 476; “To Helen [Whitman],” 441; “Ludwig” article, 470n, 475n, 571; on Poe’s lecture, 556n; on Poe poems, 351, 362, 414; mentioned, 491, 500, 558n, 561n

New York University (University of the City of New York): 558

Newark, Delaware: Poe lectures, 554

Newcomb, Elizabeth: 556n

Newcomer, A. G.: 203

Newton, Sir Issaac: 97

Nichols, Acosta: 358n

Nichols, Mrs. Mary Gove: 399, 413n, 489, 510

Nicias: 167

“Night” r: 507

No Name Magazine (Baltimore): 8, 518

Noah, Major Mordecai M.: 332, 554, 561

Nolen, H. S.: 441

Norfolk: Poe visits, 83, 86; lectures, 567; Rosalie born in, 520

North American (Baltimore)*: W. H. Poe’s publications, 504, 515-518, 538; rejected poem, 505

North American Review (Boston): 21, 118, 539

Notes and Queries (London): texts of poems by Edgar and W. H. Poe, 15, 449, 518, and of Rosalie’s Poe’s letter, 521n; cited on “Dreams,” 67, on “To Helen,” 167, 169, on “Ulalume,” 420, 422, on other poems, 67, 314, 329, 450, on a rejected poem, 512

“Notes upon English Verse”: xxv, 295, 339, 392, 552

Novalis: 451


“O, where shall our waking be?” r: 509

O’Beirne, General James R.: 359, 372

“Oblong Box”: 554

“Ode, for the Twelfth of September” r: 504

“Ode to Contemplation” r: 504

Odell, G. C. D.: 420

“Oh, Temporal Oh, Mores!”: 8-13; mentioned, 520, 536

Olmsted, Denison: 500-501

“1002nd Tale of Scheherezade”: and “Al Aaraaf,” 117; and “Parody on Drake,” 302; and “To M.L.S.,” 401; mentioned, 489, 558

O’Neal, Cothburn: 524n

Oquawka Spectator*: 455

Osgood, Samuel Stillman: 379, 556, 557, 570

Osgood, Frances Sargent (Mrs. Samuel S.): 556-557; contribution to Griswold’s “Memoir,” 473, 474; Poe’s poems addressed to, 234, 236, 379, 380, 382, 385, 387, 545, 558; Poe’s Albany visit to, 563n, 564n; her poems, 173, 384n, 388n, 423, 460, 507, 508, 559; mentioned, 136, 385, 391, 398, 420, 441, 465, 480, 510, 525, 551, 560, 561

Osler, Sir William: 15

O’sullivan, J. L.: 312n

“Outis”: 372, 557n

“Oval Portrait, The”: 552

Ovid: Poe read, 535; cited, 78, 116, 178, 186, 293, 318

Owen, Reverend John: 546


“P—, the Versifier, Reviewing his own Poetry” r: 510

Paar, Francis: 62

“Paean, A”: 204-207, 330, 331

Painter, F. V. N.: 169

Palsits, Victor H.: 396, 492

Parke-Bernet Gallery Catalogue: 508

“Parody on Drake”: 301-302, 373

Parrish, Robert R.: 520n

Partridge, Henry Morton: 508

Paterson, Robert Hunter: 430n, 546n, 562n

Pattee, Fred Lewis: 408 ­[page 617:]

Patterson, E. H. N.: 329, 455, 566

Patterson, John: 370

Patterson, S. D.: 567

Paul, Howard: 241n

Paulding, James K.: 548

Payne, John Howard: 520n, 531, 532

Pease, Peter Pindar: 358n

Peck, George W.: xxiii, 217, 355, 372

Pedder, Anna: 548

Pedder, Bessie: 548

Pedder, James: 548, 550

Peele, George: 292, 408

Penn Magazine (Poe’s project): 328, 550n

Pennant, Thomas: 117

Pennsylvania Historical Society: holdings, 499

Penzoni, Leo: 353

Percival, Emily: 510

Perine, George C.: 227

“Peter Pindar”: see Wolcot, John

Petersburg, Virginia: 546

Peterson, Charles J.: 509, 551

Petrarch: 426

PHANTASY-PIECES*: 118, 217, 552

Philadelphia: Poe takes “The Raven” manuscript to: 359, moves family to, (1838) 548, lectures, 554; Poe visits, 563, 567, plans visit, 568

Philadelphia Saturday Museum*: connections with Poe, 553; Poe’s poems in (1843) 98, 150, 178, 332; Hirst’s sketch of Poe cited, 123, 1659, 570; THE STYLUS, 328, 553; other mention, 540n, 544n

Phillips, Mary E., Edgar Allan Poe: The Man: cited, 207, 224, 233, 302, 502, 536n, 546n

Sources cited: on “Annabel Lee,” 475n, “The Bells,” 429n, 432n, “To My Mother,” 465n, “The Raven,” 355n, 358n, 359n, 360n, 371; — on Poe in Baltimore, 541n, in Boston, 559n, in New York, 548n, 561n, in Philadelphia, 553n, 563n, in Richmond, 547n, 565; — on Poe in Scotland, 129, 190n, 198n, 480; — on Poe’s last days, 568n, 569n; — on the Allans, 533n, 536n; — on the garden in Richmond, 212, 444n; — on Gabriel Harrison, 340, Annie Richmond, 453n, Rosalie, 8n, the Ushers, 531, Harriet Winslow, 492

Philomathean Society: 558

“The Philosophy of Composition”: dramatized account of writing of “The Raven,” 351, 353, 356, 372, 374; mentioned, 129, 560

“The Philosophy of Furniture”: 318, 486

Pickering, Henry: 541n

Pierpont Morgan Library: holdings, 25, 189n, 242, 558n

Pike, Albert: 165n, 168, 347, 350, 356n, 506

“Pinakidia”: 216, 288, 465, 485, 486

Pinkney, Edward Coote: xxviii; his poems, and “Tamerlane,” 61, 63, and “Stanzas,” 78, and “Al Aaraaf,” 123, 124, and “Romance,” 129, and “To —,” 133, and “City in the Sea,” 198; and “Dream Within a Dream,” 451; mentioned, 515, 538

Pinto, Ferdinando Mendez: 391

Pioneer (Boston)*: 330, 332, 552

“Pit and the Pendulum, The”: 63, 293, 345, 552

Pittman, Diana: 420, 504

Pitts, Robert: 8, 520, 536

Plato: 116, 166

Plautus: 221

Pleadwell, Frank Lester: xxviii

Pleiades: 116, 178, 223

Pliny the Elder: 120, 231, 237, 372, 374

Plutarch: 116, 167, 292

PMLA (New York): xxvi, 61, 137, 550n

Poe, Amelia Fitzgerald: 514, 515, 516n, 519, 530, 532n

Poe, David, Sr.: 529, 530

Poe, Mrs. David, Sr. (Elizabeth Cairnes): 529, 530, 543, 545

Poe, David, Jr.: 530, 531, 532

Poe, Mrs. David, Jr. (Elizabeth Arnold Hopkins): 468, 520, 530, 531, 532

Poe, Edgar, letters cited, to: Allan, 22, 95, 516, 538; Boyd, 322; Bronson, 412; Mrs. Clemm, 545, 565n, 568; Conrad, 563n; Eveleth, 179, 351, 373, 374, 392, 412; Field, 570n; Griswold, 165n, 312, 475; Mrs. Hale, 491n; Susan Ingram, 414; Isaac Lea, 92, 97, 147; Mrs. Lewis, 424, 455n, 473, 568; Lowell, xxviin, 76, 179, 332; Neal, 92, 127; Patterson, 455; William Poe, 532; Mrs. Richmond, 62, 377, 431, 453, 454, 466, 469, 566n; Shea, 362; Susan Talley, 521, 568; F. W. Thomas, 351, 461; Tucker, 294, 532; Mrs. Tutt, 523; Charles E. West, 397; ­[page 618:] White, 227, 245; Mrs. Whitman, 125, 164, 292, 295, 296, 443, 448, 493; Willis, 413, 454; last letters, 568

Lectures given: “Poets and Poetry of America,” 449, 554, 556, 564; introduction to “Al Aaraaf,” 559; “The Universe,” 564; “Poetic Principle,” 566, 567

Poe, Mrs. Edgar Allan (Virginia Eliza Clemm): 522-525; and Edgar Poe, 467, 546, 555; and Poe’s poems, 234, 371, 414, 468, 474; and Mrs. Osgood, 557; illness and death, 561, 562; mentioned, 232, 347, 350, 396, 399, 402, 424, 544n, 545, 551

Poe, Elizabeth (Mrs. Henry Herring): 530

Poe, Elizabeth Ellicott: 568n

Poe, George: 530

Poe, George, Jr.: 531

“Poe in Heaven” r: 511

Poe, John Prentiss: 530, 532n

Poe, Josephine: 525

Poe, Neilson: 541, 568n; offers home to Virginia, 523, 545; mentioned, 497, 530, 540, 569

Poe, Mrs. Neilson (Josephine Clemm): 540

Poe, Rosalie: 520-522; in Mackenzie home, 7, 8, 533; Poe’s heir, 571; mentioned, 4, 469n, 517, 532, 564, 567, 570n, 572n

Poe, Samuel: 515

Poe, William: 530, 532

Poe, William Henry Leonard: 515-520; his “The Pirate,” 65, 538; mentioned, 14, 81, 145, 504, 505, 531, 541, 543

Poem by a Bostonian r: 514

Poems (1831)*: xxviii, 150, 155-156, 542; and “To Helen,” 168; and Politian, 292; mentioned, 26, 80, 127, 139, 159, 161, 190, 204, 330

Poe’s pseudonyms: “Edward S. T. Grey,” 383, 443; “Tamerlane,” 221, 223, 225; “Edgar A. Perry,” 539; “Thaddeus Perley,” 341; “Quarles,” 360

“Poe’s Two Unpublished Poems” r: 513

“Poetic Principle, The”: xxviii; and “Irenë,” 179; and “To One in Paradise,” 216; and “For Annie,” 460; as a lecture, 566, 567; mentioned, 83n, 133, 293, 295, 453

“Poetical Epistle to Mr. Pickwick, A” r: 508

“Poetry”: 6, 370

Poets and Poetry of America, The r: 510

“Poets and Poetry of America” (“Poetry of America, Poets of America”), lecture: 331, 449, 554, 556, 564

Poitiaux, Catherine: 470, 533, 567

Politian: 241-298; and “A Dream,” 80; and “Happiest Day,” 82; and “Al Aaraaf,” 119; and “To —,” 225; and “Coliseum,” 227, 231; and “The Raven,” 371, 374; and “Marie Louise,” 408; and “Dream Within a Dream,” 452; mentioned, 319, 320, 405, 501, 545

Poliziano, Angelo (Politian): 212, 216, 289

Pollard, Henry Rives: 8

Polybius: 218

“Poor Scholar, A” r: 505

Poore, Mrs. Anne: 547n

Pope, Alexander: xxv, xxvii, 294; and “To Margaret,” 15, 16; and “Tamerlane,” 64; and “Al Aaraaf,” 119, 121; and “To Helen,” 170; and “Irenë,” 186; and “To Zante,” 312; and “The Raven,” 374; and “The Bells,” 440; mentioned, 22, 61, 116, 221

Pope-Hennessy, Dame Una: 503

Porphyrogenitus, Constantine VII: 314, 318

Portland Advertiser: 98

Post, Israel: 388, 461, 472n

Pouder, William P.: 227

Pound, Louise: 198n

Povalley: 549n

Powell, Enos R.: 333n

“Power of Words, The”: 125, 374, 408, 460

Powers, Hiram: 384

“Predicament, A”: 485, 486, 549

“Preface”: see “Romance”

“Premature Burial, The”: 292, 326 338, 487

Preston, Colonel John T. L.: 5

Princeton University Library: holdings, 508

“Prisoner of Perotè, The,” collaboration: 424, 493-496

“Prophecy of Vala, The” r: 512

Prose Romances, The: 553

“Prospectus of The Stylus”: 319, 328, 566

Proverbs: 290

Providence: Poe, and Mrs. Osgood, 441, and Helen Whitman, 565, lectures, 566 ­[page 619:]

Providence Journal*: 413

Psalms: 123, 231, 292, 338, 346, 448, 464

“Pseudo-Dionysius”: 124

“Purloined Letter, The”: 554


“— Quarles” (Poe): 360

Quarles, Francis: 360

“Quarles Quickens”: 508

Quinn, A. H. and Hart: 164n, 310, 414n, 569n

Quinn, Arthur Hobson, Edgar Allan Poe: 529n; on Poe’s parentage and early life, 14, 520n, 530, 539n, 541n, 546n; reproduces marriage bond of Poe’s parents, 531n, 547n; quotes Ellis on Allan, 544n; gives text of Allan’s letter to W. H. Poe, 515; on the Boston Lyceum reading, 559; on Poe and Mrs. Shelton, 474n; on Poe and Mrs. Whitman, 565n; on Poe’s homes, 554n, 561, 562; on Poe’s last months, 567n, 568n, 569n, 571; quoted on Poe’s poems, “Al Aaraaf,” 92, 97; Politian 288; “Song,” 307, “Silence,” 320; “Dream-Land;” 342; “For Annie,” 453n; cited on Poe’s poems, 125, 169, 179n, 194, 432; reproduces PHANTASY-PIECES title page, 118, letter to Isaac Lea, 147, and portrait of Jane Stanard, 170


Radó, Dr. György: 391

Raleigh Sir Walter: 155n, 464

Randall, David A.: 15n, 439, 541n

Ransome, Arthur: 338

“Rationale of Verse, The”: xxv, 392; exchanged for “Ulalume,” 412; on scansion and rhythm, 98, 391, 481; mentioned, 295, 333, 426, 469n, 565

“Raven, The”: xxiii, 350-374; and “Poetry,” 6; and “The Lake,” 86; and “To Frances Osgood,” 237; and Politian, 292, 295; and “Haunted Palace,” 317; and “Lenore,” 330, 331; and “Philosophy of Composition,” 560; manuscript of, 565; Poe quoted on, 179; popularity, 468; Poe’s reading, 558, 559, 563, 564; mentioned, 129, 301, 332, 334, 431, 432n, 511, 537, 553, 555n, 568; imitations and parodies, 352, 352n

Raven and Other Poems, The*: 558; J. Lorimer Graham copy*, 217, 245; mentioned, 25, 84, 98, 148, 165n, 198, 234, 241, 333

Ravenel, Dr. Edmund: 539n

Reab, George Walton: 16

Read, Thomas Buchanan: 357n, 423

Reading, Pennsylvania: Poe lectures, 554

Rebmann, Johann: 464

Rede, Kenneth: 93n, 213, 228, 234n, 518

Redfield, J. S.: 571

Reece, James B.: 380

Rees’s Cyclopaedia: 537

Rees, James: 354

Reid, Captain Mayne: 523

Rein, David M.: 159

Rendall, Vernon: 169

“Resurrexi” r: 512

Revelation: 117, 118, 204, 346

“Reviewer Reviewed, A”: 121, 125, 204, 310, 350, 510, 567

Revision for Alexander T. Crane: 491-492

Revision for Harriet Winslow: 492-493; 352

Reynolds, Chevalier: 468, 561n

Reynolds, Frederick: 329

Rice, Sara Sigourney: 5, 424, 572n

Richards, Irving T.: 505

Richmond: Poe’s parents in, 531, 532; Poe’s early life in, 3, 6, 7, 80, 533-538; Poe lives in, 546, lectures in, 476, 567, visits, 353, 542, 544, 545; mentioned, 8, 9, 24, 65, 164, 170, 241, 568

Richmond, Annie: see Richmond, Mrs. Charles B.

Richmond, Charles: 564

Richmond, Mrs. Charles B. (Nancy Locke Heywood): 216, 453-454; Poe’s letters to, 62, 377, 431, 466, 469, 566; Poe visits, 431; mentioned, 465n, 475, 564

Richmond Enquirer, The: 196, 532, 547n

Richmond Examiner: 476, 565, 568

“Richmond, or the Map of Virginia” r: 504

Richmond Semi-Weekly Examiner*: 362

Richmond Whig*: 547n, 566n

Riedel, Ernest: 370

Riley, James Whitcomb: 503, 512, 514

Rindfleisch, James H.: 569n

Robertson, J. P.: 426

Robertson, Dr. John W.: 352n

Robinson, Dr. W. M.: 546

Rochefoucauld: 155n

Rodgers, Cleveland: 352n

Rogers, Mary: 552 ­[page 620:]

Rogers, Samuel: 221

Rolfe, John C.: 169

Rollins, George W.: 568n

Rollins, Hyder E.: 542n

“Romance”: 127-129; and “Introduction,” 156, 158; and “Israfel,” 177; and “Conqueror Worm,” 327; and “The Raven,” 353; mentioned, 534n. See also “Introduction”

Romans: 481

Rosenbach, Dr. A. S. W.: 398, 548n

Rosenbach, Hyman Polock: 360n

Rosenmueller, E. F. C.: 465

Ross, James: 126

Ross, Sir James Clark: 421

Rossetti, W. M.: 167

Rothwell, Dr. Kenneth S.: 319

Rowe, Nicholas: 23

Royster, Elmira (Mrs. Alexander B. Shelton): 536, 539n; inspiration of, poems by Poe, 24, 65, 79, 80, 132, of Wilmer’s Merlin, 373, 538, of W. H. Poe’s “The Pirate,” 538; Poe’s “lost Lenore,” 332; connection with “Annabel Lee,” 62, 474, 480; her letter to Mrs. Clemm quoted, 310; on Poe’s reading of “The Raven,” 351n; mentioned, 67, 70, 76, 82, 159, 212, 236, 306, 452, 465, 567

Rufus, William: 180, 288

“Rupert and Madelon” r: 507

Russell, Milton C.: 539n

Ryan, Cornelius: 569


“Sabbath Morning, The” r: 504

S?di: 126

St. Athanasius: 169

St. John: 216, 569

St. John’s College( Fordham): 562

Saintsbury, George Edward: xxixn

Sale, George: his version of the Koran cited, 95, 96, 119, 177

Salmasius, Claudius: 218

Samuel, Bunford: 67

Sand, George: 405n, 510

Sanderson, Adam: 191

Santa Anna, Antonio Lopez de: 496

Sappho of Eresus: 116

Sappho of Mitylene: 116

Sartain, John: 431n, 472n, 476, 551, 567

Sartain, William: 355n

Sartain’s Union Magazine (New York)*: 317, 387, 398; and “The Bells;” 431, 433; and “Annabel Lee,” 476, 567. See also Union Magazine

[Satire on junior Debating Society]: 6-7

Saturday Chronicle (Philadelphia)*: 179n, 549

Saturday Courier (Philadelphia)*: poems by Poe, 211, 322, 550; tales by Poe, 211, 488, 544

Saturday Evening Post (Philadelphia)*: tales by Poe, 488, 551; Poe forecasts outcome of Barnaby Rudge, 551; poems by W. H. Poe, 516; review of Poems (1831), 155, 542; other mention, 67, 317, 371, 504

Saunders, Charles: 24

Saunders, Frederick: 351

Saxe, John G.: 432n

Scharf, J. Thomas: 541

Scheffauer, Herman: 514

Schiller: 439, 486

Schulz, Herbert C.: 377

Scotland: 533, 534

Scott, Harriet Virginia (Mrs. Thomson): 302

Scott, Sir Walter: his poems, and “Tamerlane,” 62, and “Al Aaraaf,” 124, and “Valley of Unrest,” 194, and “Annabel Lee,” 481; mentioned, 331

Scott, General Winfield: 536

Scribner’s Monthly (New York)*: 145n, 343n, 359n, 362n, 521n, 524, 567n

“Sea of Serenity, The” r: 514

Seip, Miss Elizabeth Cloud: 221, 222

“Selections from Milton”: 137

Seneca: 120

“Sequel to the Raven, A” r: 513

“Serenade”: 222-223; 63, 141, 150

“Shadow — A Fable”: 158, 329, 346, 544

Shakespeare: xxvi, xxvii, xxix, 220-222; Poe studied, 540; mentioned, 73, 537

Specific plays: Hamlet, and “To Margaret,” 16, and “Tamerlane,” 64, and “Al Aaraaf,” 125, and Politian, 291, 293, 294, and “For Annie,” 460; Julius Caesar, and “Al Aaraaf,” 125, and Politian, 293, Poe’s favorite speech, 536; — King Lear, — and “Tamerlane,” 63, and Politian, 296, and “Eldorado,” 462; — Macbeth, and “Al Aaraaf,” 119, and “Introduction.” 159, and Fairy Land,” 163, and “Irene,” 181, 186, and Politian, 293, and “For Annie,” 459; Midsummer Night’s Dream, and “Fairyland,” 142, and “Mysterious ­[page 621:] Star,” 160, and Politian, 293, and “The Raven,” 373; — Romeo and Juliet, and “Elizabeth [Rebecca],” 149, and “The Bells,” 440; — The Tempest, and “The Sleeper,” 189, and Politian, 296, and “To Marie Louise,” 408, and “To Helen [Whitman],” 448; — other plays: and “To Margaret,” 16; and “Tamerlane,” 64; and “Al Aaraaf,” 122; and “To [Elmira],” 133; and “Fairy Land” [II], 141; and Politian, 291, 292; and “Conqueror Worm,” 324; and “Lenore,” 338; and “The Raven,” 361, 371, 372

Shands, Richard E.: 521n

Sharp, Colonel Solomon P.: 242, 289

Sharp, Mrs. Solomon P. (Eliza T. Scott): 288, 295

Shea, George: 170

Shea, John Augustus: 165n, 170, 362, 542

Shea, John Henry: 540n

Sheehy, Eugene P.: 542n

Shelley, Percy Bysshe: his poems, and “Mysterious Star,” 160, and “Valley of Unrest,” 196, and “City in the Sea,” 203, and “To —,” 225, and Politian, 293, and “Haunted Palace,” 314, and “Sonnet — Silence,” 323, and “Dream-Land,” 346, and “To Helen [Whitman],” 447, and “Dream Within a Dream,” 450; mentioned, xxviii, 22, 221, 356n

Shelton, Alexander Barret[t?]: 539n; mentioned, 24, 65, 132, 159, 475, 538

Shelton, Mrs. Alexander B.: see Royster, Elmira

Shelton, Ann Elizabeth: 567

Shelton, Southall B.: 567

Shepherd, Henry E.: 372

Shepherd, Richard Herne: 21

Strew, Dr. Joel: 429, 564

Shew, Marie Louise (Mrs. Roland S. Houghton): 401-405, 561, 564; on “The Bells,” 429-430; on Poe and his mother, 468, 530n; mentioned, 232, 397, 420, 424, 465, 491n, 510, 562

Shockley, Martin: 24, 61

“Sidney”: 305

Sidney, Sir Philip: 149, 170

Sigourney, Mrs. Lydia H.: 204, 231

“Silence” r: 504

“Silence”: see “Sonnet — Silence”

“Silence — A Fable” (“Siope”): 98, 121, 124, 194, 223, 320

“Silence, a Sonnet”: see “Sonnet — Silence”

Simms, William Gilmore: 244, 245, 395, 440, 560

“Siope”: see “Silence — A Fable”

Sixpenny Magazine (London): 413n

“Skeleton-Hand, The” r: 505

Slaughter, Philip: 537

“Sleeper, The”: 179-189; and “Al Aaraaf,” 124; and “Fairy Land” [II], 163; and Politian, 288; and “Bridal Ballad,” 310; and “Dream-Land,” 343; mentioned, 204, 351. See also “Irenë”

“Smile, A” r: 504

Smith, C. Alphonso: 312n, 374, 454n

Smith, Edmund Morton: 569

Smith, Mrs. Edmund Morton: see Herring, Elizabeth R.

Smith, Elizabeth Oakes: 165, 380n, 411, 523n, 545n, 561

Smith, Governor George William: 9, 533

Smith, Horace Wemyss: 360n

Smith, John Adams: 9

Smith, William M: 570n

Smithers, John: 502

Snodgrass, Dr. Joseph Evans: 549, 569, 572n

Snodgrass, W. D.: 397n

Snowden’s Ladies’ Companion: see Ladies’ Companion (Snowden’s)

Snyder, Edward D.: 167, 169

“Some Words with a Mummy”: 558

“Song” (“I saw thee on thy bridal day”): 65-67, 306, 538

“Song of the Newly Wedded”: see “Bridal Ballad”

“Song of Triumph”: 220

“Sonnet”: see “Sonnet — To Science”

“Sonnet — Silence”: 320-323; 74, 312, 504, 550

“Sonnet to My Mother”: see “To My Mother”

“Sonnet — To Science”: 90-92

“Sonnet. To Zante”: see “To Zante”

“Sonnet[s] to Keats” r: 506

Sons of Temperance: 568n

Sophocles: 221

Southey, Robert: xxviii, 90n

Southern Literary Messenger (Richmond, Va.)*: Poe an editor, 310, 546, withdraws, 547; “The Raven,” 361, Politian, 241, “Rationale of Verse,” 392, 565, “Marginalia;” 450, “Pinakidia,” ­[page 622:] 216, “Drake-Halleck,” 301; tales, 484, 488, 543, 545; reviews, 61, 159, 171, 329, 460, 538n; rejected poems, 506, 507, 512; the Duane Messengers, 554; Edward M. Alfriend the last editor, 65; mentioned, 177, 186, 233, 243, 291, 294, 303, 304, 306n, 331n, 332, 346, 356n, 357n, 371, 476n, 480, 549, 555, 566

Southern Literary Messenger (revised): 420, 504

Southern Opinion (Richmond)*: 8

Souzeni: 90n

Spannuth and Mabbott: Doings of Gotham, 508, 554

Sparhawk, Edward Vernon: 545n

“Spectacles, The”: 171, 489

Spence, George W.: 569

Spenser, Edmund: Faerie Queene, and “To Margaret,” 16, and “The Raven,” 373, and “Sonnet to My Mother,” 468; mentioned, xxvii, 194, 221, 439

“Sphinx, The”: 223

“Spirit Ideal, The” r: 512

“Spirits of the Dead”: 70-73, 78

“Spiritual Song”: 303-304

“Spring” r: 506

Springfield (Mass.) Republican: 383n, 512

Spy, The: see Columbia Spy

Stanard, Jane Stith Craig: 535, 536; and “To Helen,” 164, 170, 171; mentioned, 79, 158, 194, 207, 331

Stanard, Robert: 164, 535, 536, 567

Stanley, Sir Henry: 464

Stansbury, E. A.: 509

“Stanzas” (“In youth. . .”): 76-78; 64, 73, 408

“Stanzas [to F. S. O.]”: 385-386; 382, 509

Starkweather, Elizabeth Winchester: 340

Starkweather, Professor William: 339

Starr, Mary (Mrs. Jenning): 232-233; mentioned, 135, 224, 236, 506, 523, 545, 561, 562

Starrett, Vincent: 540n

Stedman, E. C.: 409, 453, 513

Stedman, E. C. and Woodberry, Poe’s Works: xviin, 25, 66, 77, 92n, 134, 219

Steele, Charles: 562n

Steele, Mrs. Ellen Maria Keith: 562n

Steele, Silas S.: 554

Steevens, George: 181n

Step Ladder (Chicago): 506, 510, 521, 522

Stephens, Mrs. Ann: 562

Stephens, John Lloyd: 547

Sterne, Lawrence: 288

Stesichorus: 166, 168

Stickney, Sarah: 460

Stoddard, Richard Henry: “Life” cited, 3, 22, 516; mentioned, 360, 412, 470n, 524, 534n, 535n, 536n

Stoke Newington: 4, 355, 535

Stone, Harry: 15n

Stovall, Floyd: 94, 142, 246, 422

Strabo: 122, 169, 231

Street, Alfred B.: 342

“Streets of Baltimore, The” r: 512

Stuart, R. L.: 396

STYLUS, THE: 319, 552, 553, 566

Sue, Eugene: 405n

Suetonius: 328

Suggestion for Sarah Helen Whitman: 493

Suidas: 116

Sully, Robert: 567

Sumner, Charles R.: 118

Sun (Baltimore): 514, 541n, 569n

Sun (New York): 383n, 503, 554

Sunday Times (New York)*: 332, 554

Surr, Thomas Skinner: 503

Suter, Charles: 569n

Sutter’s Mill: 464

Swinburne: 572n

“Swiss Bell-Ringers, The”: 439


Tabb, Father John B.: 3

“Tale of Jerusalem, A”: 543

“Tale of the Ragged Mountains, A”: 320, 450, 554

Tales (1845): 487, 558

“Tales of the Folio Club”: 544

Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque: 486, 487, 550

Talley, Susan Archer: see Weiss, Susan Archer Talley

“Tamerlane”: 22-64; and “Evening Star,” 74; and “Imitation,” 75; and “Happiest Day,” 82; and “Al Aaraaf,” 124; and “Fairy-Land” [I], 141; and “Irenë,” 186; and “City in the Sea,” 203; and “Serenade,” 223; and Politian, 295; and “Annabel Lee,” 480; mentioned, 65, 310, 474, 538n, 540, 542

“Tamerlane” (Poe): 221, 223, 225

Tamerlane and Other Poems*: 21, 537, 539 ­[page 623:]

Tasso: 13, 537

Tavernier, Jean-Baptiste: 204

Taylor, Bayard: 444n, 464

“Tell-Tale Heart, The”: 241, 295, 338, 371, 552

Tenney, Mrs. Lydia M.: 511

Tennyson: xxviii: his poems, and Politian, 294, and “Model Verses,” 394; mentioned, 213, 314, 338, 356, 420, 488, 572

Terence: 221

Tetlow, Miss Helen I.: 383n

Thebaud, Father: 562

“Then the vessel, sinking, lifting” r: 514

Thomas, Calvin F. S.: xx, 21, 539

Thomas, Creed: 535

Thomas, Edward J.: 556n

Thomas, F. W.: Poe’s letters to, cited, 351, 461; cited by Whitty, 360n, 373, 432n, 498, 544n; mentioned, 328, 515, 529, 552

Thompson, John R.: and “Oh, Tempora! Oh, Mores!” 8; “Annabel Lee” manuscript given to, 476, 568; Genius and Character of . . . Poe cited, 569n, 571n; mentioned, 565

Thompson, Ralph: 84

Thomson, James: 120

Thornton, Dr. Philip: 536

“Thou Art the Man”: xx, 554

“Three Meetings — To Eva, The” r: 505

“Three Sundays in a Week”: 487, 500, 523, 551

Thurston, George H.: 333

Thurston, Miss Ida: 415n

Tibullus: 293

Ticknor, Caroline: Poe’s Helen cited, on Mrs. Clemm, 466n, on Annie Richmond, 475n, on Mrs. Whitman, 443n, 469n, 472n, 480

Tilton, McLane: 514

“Times, The” r: 508

Timothy: 326

Titus: 230

“To —” r: 506

“To —” (“Fair maiden, let thy generous heart”): see “To Frances S. Osgood”

“To —” (“For her these lines are penned”): see “A Valentine”

“To —” (“I heed not”): see “To M —”

“To —” (“I would not lord it o’er thy heart”): see “To Violet Vane”

“To —” (“Sleep on”): 223-225; 294

“To —” (“Take this kiss upon the brow”): see “A Dream Within a Dream”

“To —” (“The bowers whereat”): see “To [Elmira]”

“To —” (“To M—”): 135-138

“To ——” (“I saw thee on thy bridal day”): see “Song”

“To ——” (“Should my early life seem”): 129-132; 64, 75, 149, 450

“To ——” (“The bowers whereat”): see “To [Elmira]”

“To ——” (“Thou wouldst be loved?”): see “To Frances S. Osgood

“To ———” (“For her these lines are penned”): see “A Valentine” (both versions)

“To ———” (“I saw thee once”): see “To Helen [Whitman]”

“To —” (“Of all who hail thy presence”): see “To Marie Louise”

“To ———. Ulalume: a Ballad”: see “Ulalume”

“To a Female Friend” r: 504

“To a Friend on his Departure for Europe” r: 504

“To Despondency” r: 504

“To Elizabeth”: see “To Frances S. Osgood”

[To Elizabeth Winchester — Impromptu]: 339-340

“To [Elmira]”: 132-133; and “The Happiest Day,” 82; and “Al Aaraaf,” 121; and “The Haunted Palace,” 312

“To F—” (“Beloved, amid the earnest woes”): see “To Frances”

“To F—” (“Thou wouldst be loved?”): see “To Frances S. Osgood”

“To Frances”: 236-237; and “The Lake,” 86; and “Irenë,” 186; and “To One in Paradise,” 216; and “The Raven,” 374; mentioned, 379, 545

“To Frances S. Osgood”: 233-236; 379, 523

“To Helen”: 163-171; and “Al Aaraaf,” 117; and “Irenë,” 186; mentioned, 443, 536n, 542n, 543

“To Helen [Whitman]”: 441-449; 69, 350, 405, 536, 565

“To Her Whose Name is Written Below”: see “A Valentine”

“To Ianthe” r: 507

“To Ianthe in Heaven”: see “To One in Paradise” ­[page 624:]

“To Irenë,” tentatively ascribed: 497-498

“To Isaac Lea”: 147

“To Isadore” r: 509

“To Kate Karol” r: 510

“To Lucy” r: 504

“To M—”: see “To —” (“To M —”)

“To M. L. S.”: see “To Marie Louise Shew”

“To Margaret”: 14-16, 518

“To Marie Louise”: 405-409; 78, 292, 422

“To Marie Louise Shew”: 399-401

“To Mary”: see “To Frances.” See also “To M —” and [To Mary Starr]

[To Mary Starr]: 232-233, 545

“To Miss Louise Olivia Hunter”: 396-399

“To Mrs. M. L. S.”: see “To Marie Louise Shew”

“To Music” r: 505

“To My Friend ——” r: 504

“To My Mother”: 465-468; 294, 566

“To My Sister on Her Birthday” r: 504

“To Octavia”: 16-17

“To One Beloved”: see “To One in Paradise”

“To One Departed”: see “To Frances.” See also “To One in Paradise”

“To One in Paradise”: 211-216; end “Al Aaraaf,” 125; and “To Frances,” 237; and Politian, 288, 289, 295; and “To Zante,” 311; and “Eldorado,” 461; mentioned, 234n

“To Sarah” r: 506

“To Sorrow” r: 504

“To the Author of the Raven” r: 510. See also as a collaboration, 492-493

“To the Eagle” r: 504

“To the Laurel” r: 504

“To the Olive” r: 504

“To the River —”: see “To the River [Po]”

“To the River [Po]”: 128, 133-135

“To [Violet Vane]”: 380-382

“To Zante”: 310-312; 117, 186, 216, 292, 474, 546

“Tom-a-Bedlam Song”: 462

Tomlin, John: 333n

Tooke, Horne: 341

Tournefort, Joseph Pitton de: 116

Townsend Warner, Sylvia: 503

[Translation from Tasso]: 13

Trask, Mrs. Katrina: 358n

Trebizond: 117

Trent, William Peterfield: his edition of The Raven cited, 168, 372, 421; mentioned, 81, 242, 318, 538

Triplett, Edna B.: 374

Trowbridge, J. T.: 179

Troy Female Seminary: 572

Trumbell, Mrs. Sarah Heywood: 431n

“Trumpet Reveillee, The”: tentatively ascribed: 498-499

Tucker, Judge Beverley: 294, 532, 533, 546n

Tuckerman, Henry Theodore: 397n, 426, 506, 558

Tuhey, James: 544n

Turnbull, Mrs. Edward: 15, 518

Turner. Sarah E.: 508

Tutt, Mrs. Arthur Turner: see Herring, Elizabeth R.

“Twilight” r: 504

Twynham, Leonard: 405, 505

Tyler, President: 553


“Ulalume”: xxv, 409-423; and “Tamerlane,” 63; and “Evening Star,” 73, 74; and “Al Aaraaf,” 119, 122; and “Dream-Land;” 343, 346; and “Eulalie,” 347, 350; and “A Valentine,” 391; mentioned, 392, 408, 429, 432, 468, 511, 563, 567

“Ullahanna” r: 510

Ulysses: 168

Unger, Dr. R. D.: his unpublished reminiscences cited, on Poe’s grief, 468, 524, on Poe’s drinking, 561, 563, on the “election violence” story, 569n, on Leonora Bouldin, 359n, 570n

Union Magazine (New York)*: and “A Valentine,” 387-388; and “Ulalume,” and “The Bells,” 429; bought by Sartain, 472n; other mention, 426, 432n, 439, 444n, 559n. See also Sartain’s Union Magazine

United States Magazine and Democratic Review (Washington, D. C., and New York): 312n, 330, 426, 448

United States Review and Literary Gazette (Boston and New York): 21, 539

“The Universe” (“Eureka” as a lecture): 564

University of North Carolina: holdings, 98, 328

University of Texas: holdings, 475

University of Virginia: Poe at, 13, 14, 24, 80, 537; premiere of Politian, 241n

University of Virginia: holdings, 4, 380n ­[page 625:]

Upson, Ash: 570

Usher, Mr. and Mrs. Luke: 531, 532


“Valentine, A”: 386-391, 425

Valentine, Ann Moore: 533, 535

Valentine, Edward V.: 6, 474, 529, 534n

Valentine, John: 561

Valentine Museum: holdings, 9

“Valley Nis, The”: xxiii, 65-67. See also “Valley of Unrest, The”

“Valley of Unrest, The”: xxiii, 189-196; 73, 163

Vallisnerian: 117

Van Doren, Mark: 172n

Varner, John Grier: 543n

Vergil: xxvi, 535; his poems, and “Al Aaraaf,” 64, 95, 124, and “To Helen,” 171, and Politian, 290, and “To Marie Louise,” 409, and “Ulalume;” 422, and “Annabel Lee,” 480

[Verses addressed to Miss Kate Bleakly] r: 506

“Verses to the Widow Meagher” r: 511

Vespasian: 230

Vestris family: 12

“Village Street, The” r: 509

Virginia Cavalcade (Richmond)*: 540n, 541

Virginia Historical Society: holdings, 343

Virginia Patriot (Richmond): 531n, 532

Virginia Players: premiere of Politian, 241

“Visionary, The”: see also “Assignation”: 211, 212, 213, 486, 544

Visions of Quevedo, The: 293

“Visit of the Dead” (see “Spirits of the Dead”): 77

“Vital Stream, The” or “Lines to Louisa” r: 503

Voltaire: 16, 62, 90n, 121, 461

“Von Jung”: see “Mystification”

“Von Kempelen and His Discovery”: 461, 566

Voorhis, John R.: 548n

Vopiscus, Flavius: 218


Wagenknecht, Edward: 543n, 564n, 570n

Waite, Marjorie Peabody: 358n, 373

Wakeman Collection: 25, 242

Walker, Joseph W.: 569

Wallace, Charles M.: 565

Wallace, Horace Binney: 329

Wallace, William: 432

Wallace, William Ross: 351n

Waller, Edmund: 178

Walpole Galleries: 15, 518

Walsh, Robert: 97

Walter, Miss Cornelia: 395

Walton, George: 16

Walton, Governor George: 16

Walton, Isaak: 420

Walton, Octavia: 16, 62, 539

Ward, John Plumer: 338

Ward, Thomas: 98

Waring, Scott: 460

Warren, Robert Penn: 244n

Washburn, C. A.: 451

Washington, Bushrod: 535

Washington, D. C.: Poe in, 540, 553, 563

Watson, David: 370

Watson, Henry C.: 379, 557, 558, 560

Watts, Charles Henry II: 178, 324n, 357n

Watts-Dunton, Theodore: 409

Weber, William Lander: 203

Webster, John: 292

Webster, Noah: 547

Weekly Mirror (New York): 557n

Weekly Report (Boston): 539

Weir, Robert Walter: 412, 420

Weiss, Mrs. Susan Archer Talley, Home Life of Poe: on Poe’s early poems, 4, 7, 233; on “The Raven,” 353, 357, 360, 362, 370, 371, 373, 374; on Poe’s life and habits, 449, 565n, 567, 568; on Virginia, 523, 524; on Rosalie, 469n, 521n, 562; mentioned, 545n, 560n

Welbourn, Mrs. Emma D.: 145

Welby, Amelia: 330, 333, 395

Welch, Mrs. Alexander McMillan: 476

Wells, Henry W.: 293

Welsh, Sandy: 362n

Wertenbaker, William: 13, 486, 537

West, Charles E.: 397

West Point: Poe at, 150, 156n, 165n, 170, 540, 542; mentioned, 499, 543n

Westford, Mass.: 431, 453

Westminster Churchyard (Baltimore): 465n

Weston, Arthur H.: 169

Wetmore, Prosper M.: 490

“What though the name be old and oft repeated” r: 506

Whipple, E. P.: 377, 559n

White, Eliza: 233, 545

White, Gilbert: 141

White, Henry Kirke: xxviii, 119, 126, 129, 439 ­[page 626:]

White, Thomas W.: publisher of Southern Literary Messenger, 303, 545; Poe’s letter, 227; Kennedy’s letter, 245; his death, 547; mentioned, 243, 294, 555

White, William A.: 171

Whitman, John Winslow: 565n

Whitman, Mrs. Sarah Helen: 441-444, 469n, 565, 566; letters from Poe cited, 125, 164, 292, 295, 296, 443, 448, 493; file of Broadway Journal, 331, 444; and “Ulalume,” 413, 414, 423; her poems, 95, 293, 472, 480, 493; mentioned, 465n, 520n, 545n, 572; Edgar Poe and His Critics cited, 409

Whitman, Walt: 560

Whittier, John Greenleaf: 572

Whitty, J. H.: cited, on “Spiritual Song,” 303, on other poems, 67, 360n, 432n, 540n; on a garden in Richmond, 212, 444n; on Rosalie, 520n, 521; mentioned, 129, 242n, 498, 569n

Complete Poems (1911): on Poe’s poems, 8n, 198, 362n, 373; discovery of “Kate Carol,” 381; on doubtful poems, 504, 506, 507, 510; quotes White’s letters to Minor, 545n; reproduces Poe’s earliest portrait, 570n; “Memoir” cited, 544n, 565n

Complete Poems (1917): discoveries printed in, 302, 382, 493, 503

Wieland, Christoph Martin: 172

Wilbur, Richard: on inspiration for “Dream-Land,” 342

Poe: Complete Poems, cited: on “Tamerlane,” 62, 63; on “Dreams,” 69; on “Stanzas,” 76; on “Al Aaraaf,” 118; on “Romance,” 129; on “To —,” 133; on “Fairy-Land” [I], 139, 142; on “To Helen,” 169, 170; on “Israfel,” 177, 178; on “Coliseum,” 226; on “To F—,” 237; on “Bridal Ballad,” 310; on “Haunted Palace,” 317; on “Sonnet — Silence,” 320, 321; on “Conqueror Worm,” 326, 327; on “Eulalie,” 347n; on “The Raven,” 370, 373; on “To Marie Louise,” 409; on “For Annie,” 460

Wiley and Putnam: 558

Wilkinson, Dr. J. J. Garth: 511

Willard, Miss Helen: 12n

“William Wilson”: and Politian, 288, 290, 295; mentioned, 329, 348, 370, 550

Willis, Nathaniel P.: 554; introductory remarks on Poe’s poems, 333, 361, 400, 413, 433, 453n, 455, 556; his poems cited, 203, 401, 420, 481; rejects “Fairy-Land” [I], 139; Prose Works quoted, 557; mentioned, xviiin, 348, 454, 476, 541n, 558, 560n, 562, 571

Wills, John: 563n

Wilmer, Lambert A.: editor, Baltimore Saturday Visiter, 543; poem addressed to Poe, 549; Poe manuscripts owned by, 25, 66, 70, 84, 130, 134, 136; Merlin (Mabbott edition) cited, 62, 123, 373, “Recollections” in, 523, 548n, plot of, 538n; mentioned, 15, 155, 198, 440, 510, 542

Wilmington, Delaware: Poe lectures in, 554

Wilson, James Southall: 241n, 453n

Wilson, Professor John: 181, 371, 504, 509

Winchester, Elizabeth: 340

Winchester, Samuel: 340

“Wine Ballad, A” r: 513

Winfree, Mary: 136, 236, 545

Winslow, Harriet: 492, 510

Winwar, Frances, Haunted Palace: on “Poetry,” 6; on “Fairy-Land” [I], 139; on “Valley of Unrest,” 194; on “To One in Paradise,” 211; on “The Raven,” 370; on “Marie Louise,” 408; on “Annabel Lee,” 469; mentioned, 480, 504, 517, 520n

Wirt, William: 97, 370, 540

Wissahickon, The: 553

Wolcot, John (“Peter Pindar”): xxix, 313, 314

Wolf, Edwin (2nd): 360n

“Woman’s Heart” r: 506

Woodberry, George Edward: 242n, 529; on “The Raven,” 350n; Edgar Allan Poe (1885) on Poe’s life, 530n, 539n, 548n, 563n, on Poe’s poems, 3, 350, 415

Life of . . . Poe (1909)*: on poems, 3, “Spirits of the Dead,” 70, “Fairy-Land” [I], 139, “To One in Paradise,” 211, “Bridal Ballad,” 305n, 506, “To Zante,” 310, “Haunted Palace,” 312n, 317, “The Raven,” 351n, 358, 372, “The Bells,” 431n, “Annabel Lee,” 468, 469n, 470n; on Poe’s life, 524n, 532n, 533n, 542n, 546n, 562n, 565n, 568n, 569n, 570n; mentioned, 233, 340, 405n, 499 ­[page 627:]

Woods, Dr. Matthew O.: 355n

Wordsworth, William, his poems: and “Al Aaraaf,” 119; and “Introduction,” 159; and “To Helen,” 170; and “Israfel,” 178; and “Irenë,” 186; and “Valley of Unrest,” 195; and “City in the Sea,” 203; and “Coliseum,” 231; and “To Marie Louise,” 409; and “Ulalume,” 422; and “Annabel Lee,” 469; mentioned, xxvii, 61, 347, 394

Worrell, James: 170

Wyatt, Mr.: 466n

Wyatt, Dr, Stanley P.: 120

Wyatt, Professor Thomas: 549

Wyatt, Sir Thomas: 294

Wyman, Mary Alice: 35n, 380n


Xenophon: 535n

“X-ing a Paragrab”: 488, 489


Yaddo Artists Colony: 358

Yale List: 521n

Yankee, The (Portland, Maine): 505

Yankee and Boston Literary Gazette*: 25, 121, 122, 139, 197, 198, 296, 505

Yarrington, Mrs. James: 546

Young, Edward: 194

Young, W. S.: 510


Zabriskie, Christian: 397

Zanger, Jules: 244n

Zeno of Citium: 132, 149

Zenobia: 121

 


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