Text: Robert A. Stewart (ed. J. A. Harrison), “Notes to The Colloquy of Monos and Una,” The Complete Works of Edgar Allan PoeVol. IV: Tales - part 03 (1902), p. 309


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THE COLLOQUY OF MONOS AND UNA.

GRAHAM’S MAGAZINE, AUGUST, 1841; 1845.

The text follows 1845, which differs but little from Griswold.

Only slight changes are observed from the earlier form. One objectionable sentence was eliminated entirely.

Variations of Graham from text.

No motto in Gra. Page 203 l. 10 God (s. l. ) page 204 l. 9 réduit (rèduit) l. 30 [[Greek Text]] (Greek Text) page 205 l. 14 wrapped (busied) l. 14 spirits (souls) l. 32 [[Greek Text]] (o. a.) l. 34 [[Greek Text]] (o. a.) page 206 l. 19 him, (o. c.) l. 26 departed, (o. c.) page 211 l. 2 which (o.) l. 2 me, (o. c.) l. 3 , to (o. c.) l. 7 months; (solemn months,) After par. II. insert: — Mean time the worm, with its convulsive motion, writhed untorturing and unheeded about me. l. 29 lustra (n. i.).

Variations of Griswold from text.

Motto page 200 l. 1 [Greek Text] (o. a.) l. 2 [1334] (o.) page 202 l. 30 solemnly (solomnly) page 204 l. 9 [réduit (rèduit)] l. 30 [Greek Text] (o. a.) l. 33 , each (o. c.) page 205 l. 32 [Greek Text] (o. a.) l. 34 [Greek Text] (o. a.).


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Notes:

None.


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