Text: William Doyle Hull II, “Selective Bibliography,” A Canon of the Critical Works of Edgar Allan Poe (1941), pp. 711-713


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SELECTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY (Works and Magazines Which Have Been Quoted).

Allen, Hervey, Israfel, vols. I and II, New York:

American Metropolitan Magazine, (William Landon), New York. January and February, 1849. No more issued. Reproduced in microfilm from the file owned by the New York Historical Society.

American Museum of Science, Literature, and the Arts, (Brooks and Snodgrass). Baltimore. Vols. I and II, 1838-1839. No more issued.

American Review: A Whig Journal of Politics, Literature, Art, and Science, (George H. Colton), New York. vols. I through X, 1845-1849.

Aristidean: A Magazine of Reviews, Politics, and Light Literature, (Thomas Dunn English), New York. vol. I, nos. 2, 3, 4. vol. I, no. 1 reproduced in microfilm from the file in the New York Public Library.

Beers, Henry A., Life of Nathaniel Parker Willis, American Men of Letters Series, Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1885.

Boston Miscellany of Literature and Fashion, (Nathan Hale, Jr.), Boston. vols. I-III (1842 through February, 1843). No more issued.

Broadway Journal, (John Bisco, Charles Briggs, and Edgar Poe), New York. vols. I-II, 1845. Reproduced in photostat. Those pages of the Whitman copy, now in the Ingram Collection, Huntington Library, marked in autograph also reproduced in photostat. No more issued.

Burton, William E., to Edgar Allan Poe, Philadelphia, May 30, 1839. Typescript, copied by Dr. Arthur H. Quinn from the original MS. in the Griswold Collection in the Boston Public Library.

Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine, (William E. Burton), Philadelphia, vol s. I-VII, 1837-1840. No more issued.

Campbell, Killis. “Bibliographical Notes on Poe — I,” Nation, LXXXIX, 623-624.

———————— “Gleanings in the Bibliography of Poe,” XXXII, 267-272.

———————— The Mind of Poe and Other Studies. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1933.

———————— “News for Bibliophiles,” Nation, XCIII, 362-363.

———————— “Poe and the ’Southern Literary Messenger’ in 1837,” Nation, LXXXIX, 9-10.

———————— “The Poe Canon,” PMLA, XXVII, 325-353.

———————— “Unique Poe Items,” Literary Review, March 5, 1921, p.14.

Casket and Philadelphia Monthly Magazine, (George R. Graham), Philadelphia. vols. XIV-XV, 1839. Vols. XVI-XVII, 1840, reproduced in photostat from original in Library of Congress.

Drake’s Catalogue of 1st Editions and Rare Books, no. 240, 1935.

Gill, W. F. The Life of Edgar Allan Poe, New York: Widdleton, 1878.

Griswold Manuscripts, the largest collection of the Poe correspondence, reproduced in photostat from the originals in the Boston Public Library.

Griswold, Rufus W. (Ed.), The Poets and Poet of England in the Nineteenth Century, Philadelphia: Carey & Hart, 1845 (2nd ed.)

———————— The Works of the Late Edgar Allan Poe, vol.III, New York: Redfield. 1850. [page 712:]

Griswold, W. M., Passages from the Correspondence of Rufus W. Griswold, Cambridge: W. M. Griswold, 1898.

Harrison, J. A. (ed.). The Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe, XVII vols., New York: Society of English and French Literature, 1902 (copyright date).

Hungerford, Edward, “Poe and Phrenology,” Am. Lit., IV, 209-231.

Hunter, R. M. T., to Henry Tutwiler, May 20, 1875. MS., A.D.S., in Alderman Library, University of Virginia.

Jackson, David K. “Four of Poe’s Critiques in the Baltimore Newspapers,” MLN, L, 251-256.

———————— The Contributors and Contributions to the Southern Literary Messenger (1834-1864), Charlottesville: The historical Publishing Co., 1936.

———————— Poe and the Southern Literary Messenger, Richmond: 1934.

———————— “Poe’s Knowledge of Law During the Messenger Period,” Am. Lit., X, 331-339.

———————— “Some Unpublished Letters of T. W. White to Lucian Minor,” TQHGM, XVII, 224-243, and XVIII, 32-49.

Ingram Collection, Alderman Library, University of Virginia.

Index to Early American Periodical Literature 1728-1870. Part 2. Edgar Allan Poe. Introduction and Appendix by T. O. Mabbott, Pamphlet-Distributing Co., New York, 1941.

Literary Examiner and Western Monthly Review, (E. Burke Fisher), Pittsburgh vol. I. No more issued.

Livingstone, L. S. (ed.). American Book-Prices Current, 1896, 1898, and 1914. New York: Dodd.

Mabbott, T.O. (ed.). The Letters from George W. Eveleth to Edgar Allan Poe, New York Public Library. Reprinted from the Bulletin of the New York Public Library, March, 1922.

Mabbott, T. O., “Notes on Poe,” Literary Review, May 27, 1922.

———————— “Walt Whitman and the Aristidean,” American Mercury II, 265-267.

Minor, B. B. The Southern Literary Messengers, 1834-1864, New York: Neale, 1905.

New World, (Park Benjamin), Now York. vols. IV, V, VI, and IX, 1842-1844.

New York Evening Mirror, (Morris, Willis, Fuller), New York. October, 1844, through February, 1845.

New York Quarterly Review, (Hawks, Anthon, Henry), New York. vol. I, 1837.

New York Weekly Mirror, (Morris, Willis, Fuller), New York. October, 1844, -through fe~Mary

Ostrom, John W., A Poe Correspondence Re-edited, 1940. Reprinted from Americana, XXXIV, July, 19, pp.

Pioneer, (J.R.Lowell and-R. Carter), Boston. vol. I, 1843. No more issued. [page 713:]

A Poe Bibliography, University of Pennsylvania Project, 1941. Reproduced on microfilm.

Poe Collection, Alderman Library, University of Virginia.

Rede, Kenneth, “Poe Notes from an Investigators Notebook,” Am. Lit., V, 49-54.

Robertson, John W. Bibliography of the Writings of Edgar A. Poe, vols. I and II, San Francisco: Grabhorn, 1934.

Sabin, Joseph. Bibliotheca Americana, New York: Sabin, 1884.

Sartain, John, “Reminiscences of Edgar Allan Poe,” Lippincott’s Monthly Magazine, XLIII, 411-416.

Saturday Evening Post, (George R. Graham), Philadelphia. vol. XX, 1839, and February 14 and May 1, 1841.

Scudder, H. E. James Russell Lowell, 2 vols., Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1901.

Smyth, A. A. The Philadelphia Magazines and their Contributors: 1791-1850, Philadelphia: Lindsay, 1892.

Spannuth and Mabbott (eds.). Doings of Gotham, Pottsville, Penn: Spannuth, 1929.

Southern Literary Messenger, (T. W. White), Richmond. vols. I-XVI, 1834-1850.

Stedman and Woodberry (eds.). The Works of Edgar Allan Poe, vols. VI-VIII, Chicago: Stone and Kimball, 1894.

Stephen, Leslie (ed.) The Dictionary of National Biography, VIII, 20-21, New York: Macmillan, 1886.

Stoddard, R. H. Recollections, Personal and Literary, New York: Barnes, 1903.

Trent, William P. (ed.). Cambridge History of American Literature, II, 456-460, New York: Putnam’s, 1918.

United States Magazine and Democratic Review, (Kettell, O’Sullivan), New York, 1837-1850.

Varner, J. G., “Notes on Poems Attributed to Poe,” Am. Lit., VIII, 66-68.

Warren, Mary H. (ed.). American Book-Prices Current, 1930, 1936. New York: Bowker.

White-Tucker Correspondence. Typescript of Letters in possession of George P. Coleman, Williamsburg, Virginia.

White-Badger, White-Scott Correspondence. Typescript of Letters in the Abernathy Collection of American Literature, Middleburg College.

Whitty, J. H. Appendix to Complete Poems of Edgar Allan Poe, Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1917.

Wilson, J. S., The Letters of Edgar A. Poe to George W. Eveleth. Reprinted, from the Alumni Bulletin, University of Virginia,‘January, 1924r

Wilson, J. S. “Unpublished Letters of Edgar Allan Poe,” Century, 1924, 652-656.

Woodberry, G. E., The Life of Edgar Allan Poe with His Chief Correspondence with Men of Letters, 2 vols., Boston; Houghton Mifflin, 1909.

Woodberry, G. E.,“Poe in New York,” Century, 1894, p. 859.



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