The Collected Writings of Edgar Allan Poe, Vol. IV. (1986), title page and table of contents


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Title page:

 

 

Edgar Allan Poe

WRITINGS IN THE BROADWAY JOURNAL

NONFICTIONAL PROSE

Part 2, The Annotations

Edited with Introduction
by
BURTON R. POLLIN

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THE GORDIAN PRESS
NEW YORK
1986

 

 



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Table of Contents

CONTENTS

Page

 

•  Foreword and Acknowledgements · · · · · · · ·

v

 

•  INTRODUCTION

ix-lix

 

•  [[Introduction]]

xii

 

•  History of The Broadway Journal by Heyward Ehrlich

xii

 

•  The Department and Topics Treated by Poe (Book Reviews, Editorial Miscellany, Drama, Music, Art

xxxiii

 

•   Miscellaneous Subjects:

 

•  Advertisements and Publicity Notices

xl

 

•  Arrangement of the Material

xl

 

•  Authenticating Poe’s Prose

xliii

 

•  Typographical Errors: Editorial Correction

xlv

 

•  The “Little Longfellow War”

l

 

•  Poe’s Markings in The Broadway Journal

li

 

•  Selected Bibliography of Studies

liv

 

•  Special Elements in the Two Volumes

lvi

 

•  Abbreviations and Short Titles

lviii

 

•   Annotations:

 

 

•  Vol. I: January, 1845

1

 

•  Vol. I: February, 1845

17

 

•  Vol. I: March 1845

22

 

•  Vol. I: April 1845

53

 

•  Vol. I: May 1845

81

 

•  Vol. I: June 1845

103

 

•  Vol. II: July, 1845

119

 

•  Vol. II: August 1845

141

 

•  Vol. II: September 1845

190

 

•  Vol. II: October, 1845

206

 

•  Vol. II: November, 1845

222

 

•  Vol. II: December, 1845

246

 

•  Vol. II: January 1846

264

 

•  Index of Names, Titles, and Topics in Poe’s Text

 

•  Index, A-L

 

 

•  Index, M-Z

 

 


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Notes:

All material in this edition is protected by copyright, exclusively held by the estate of the author. Permission has been obtained by the Poe Society of Baltimore from Pollin’s estate to provide this electronic edition for academic and research purposes only. (Permission to include the essay by Heyward Erhlich, reprinted from the original edition, was obtained from him personally.) The Poe Society of Baltimore asks all users of this material to respect these copyrights, and not to exceed what would typically be considered as fair use (generally interpreted as selective quotations and/or paraphrasing of only a small percentage of the total material, and with the appropriate attribution and citation).

Although Poe’s writings are essentially in the public domain, the texts presented here embody often painstaking editorial work by Burton R. Pollin, and that editorial work is protected by copyright. The introductory material, descriptions, annotations, and the apparatus of texts and variants are Pollin’s original work, and are even more clearly subject to copyright.

The text for this electronic version of the book was taken from an original printed form, revised for XHTML/CSS and to follow our own formatting preferences. Pagination of the original edition has been included.

The table of contents is a reasonable representation of the table of contents from the original printing, although the leader dots have been added to the current presentation. Also, in the original, the Issue number is given as a separate column. In most other respects, it has followed the form of the original, including the positioning of page numbers for the main sections at the far right and for individual items the page number more closely follows the title.


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