Text: David K. Jackson, “Bibliography,” Poe and The Southern Literary Messenger (1934), pp. 118-120 (This material is protected by copyright)


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A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

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The New York Times, Sunday, Jan. 12, 1930.

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The Southern Literary Journal (Charleston, S. C.), June, 1836, and July, 1836.

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Virginia Free Press (Charlestown, Jefferson Co., Va. [now West Va.]), Jan. 18, 1838.

 


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