Text: David K. Jackson, “Appendix A,” Poe and The Southern Literary Messenger (1934), pp. 91-92 (This material is protected by copyright)


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APPENDIX A

A SELECTED LIST OF POES CONTRIBUTIONS TO The Southern Literary Messenger IN 1835, 1836, AND 1837*

“Berenice — A Tale,” I, 333-336 (March, 1835).

“Morella — A Tale,” I, 448-450 (April, 1835).

“Lion-izing. A Tale,” I, 515-516 (May, 1835).

“Hans Phaall — A Tale,” I, 565-580 (June, 1835).

“To Mary,” I, 636 (July, 1835).

“The Visionary — A Tale,” I, 637-640 (July, 1835).

“Bon-Bon — A Tale,” I, 693-698 (Aug., 1835).

“The Coliseum. A Prize Poem,” I, 706 (Aug., 1835).

“Loss of Breath. A Tale a la Blackwood,” I, 735-740 (Sept., 1835).

“Lines Written in an Album,” I, 748 (Sept., 1835).

“King Pest the First. A Tale Containing an Allegory,” I, 757-761 (Sept., 1835).

“Shadow. A Fable,” I, 762-763 (Sept., 1835).

“Scenes from an Unpublished Drama,” II, 13-16 (Dec., 1835) and II, 106-108 (Jan., 1836).

“MS. Found in a Bottle,” II, 33-37 (Dec., 1835).

“The Duc De L’Omelette,” II, 150-151 (Feb., 1836).

“The Valley Nis,” II, 154 (Feb., 1836).

“Autography,” II, 205-212 (Feb., 1836) and II, 601-604 (Aug., 1836).

“Epimanes,” II, 235-238 (March, 1836).

“To Helen,” II, 238 (March, 1836).

“Some Ancient Greek Authors. Chronologically Arranged,” II, 301-302 (April, 1836).

“A Tale of Jerusalem,” II, 313-314 (April, 1836). [page 92:]

“Maelzel’s Chess-Player,” II, 318-326 (April, 1836).

“Sonnet,” II, 366 (May, 1836).

“Irene,” II, 387-388 (May, 1836).

“Letter to B—,” II, 501-503 (July, 1836).

“Israfel,” II, 539 (Aug., 1836).

“The City of Sin,” II, 552 (Aug., 1836).

“Pinakidia,” II, 573-582 (Aug., 1836).

“Ballad,” III, 5 (Jan., 1837).

“Arthur Gordon Pym,” III, 13-16 (Jan., 1837) and III, 109-116 (Feb., 1837).

“Sonnet. To Zante,” III, 32 (Jan., 1837).

 


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[The following footnote appears at the bottom of page 91:]

*  I have not included in this list any of Poe’s numerous reviews. For a fairly accurate bibliography of his contributions to the Messenger, see Va. Poe, XVI, 356 ff.

 


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