Text: Robert A. Stewart (ed. J. A. Harrison), “Variations of the Stedman-Woodberry and Other Editions,” The Complete Works of Edgar Allan PoeVol. IV: Tales - part 03 (1902), pp. 320-323


∞∞∞∞∞∞∞


[page 320, continued:]

VARIATIONS OF THE STEDMAN-WOODBERRY, STODDARD AND INGRAM TEXTS

FROM GRISWOLD. THE GRISWOLD TEXT IS IN PARENTHESES.

(For editions used in collation, see Vol. II, p. 306.)

The Conversation of Eiros and Charmion.

Stod. page 5 1- 3 Meanwhile (Meantime).

Ing. page 5 l. 5 interest (interests). [page 321:]

Mystification.

Stod. page 102 l. 7 a (some) l. 7 exemplification (exemplifications) l. 12 that I (I) page 103 l. 30 features (human features) page 105 l. 7 developed (enveloped).

[Motto] o’ (of) [B. J.].

Ing. page 107 l. 5 special (especial) l. 8 momentarily (momently) page 108 l. 11 Mein Herr (Mynheer) l. 25 Herr (Mynheer) page 110 l. 19 Johann (Johan) page 111 l. 18 my (me).

S. & W. page 104 l. 20 mystique (mystifique) page 106 l. 11 fanfaronnade (fanfaronade) page 109 l. 1 usual stiff (stiff) l. 23 D’Audiguier (Andiguier) page 110 l. 19 Johann (Johan).

Why the Little Frenchman Wears His Hand in a Sling.

Stod. page 114 l. 1 visiting (wisiting) l. 3 intheristhin’ (intheristhin) (so other dialect words ending with in) page 116 l. 8 com’d, (cum’d) l. 8 could (cud) page 117 l. 16 illegant (iligant) l. 30 desperate (dispirite) page 120 l. 4 with (wid) page 121 l. 2 stares (stairs) l. 17 futman (futmen) l. 24 lift (left).

S. & W. page 115 l. 34 Mistress (Mrs.) [and so elsewhere] .

Ing. page 114 l. 13 an (and) page 115 l. 1 will (well) l. 22 then (thin) page 117 l. 32 dispirate (disperate) page 118 l. 22 she (I) page 120 l. 5 beauti- (beautiful) l. 10 woully (wouly) l. 15 woully (wouly) l. 20 jist (just) l. 28 persave (per cave) l. 30 intirely (entirely) l. 30 stairs (stares) l. 32 let (lit).

The Business Man.

Ing. page 126 l. 4 dicky (dickey) l. 6 76 (106) l. 8 styled (style) page 127 l. 22 Esquimaux (Esquimau). [page 322:]

The Man of the Crowd.

Stod. page 134 l. 23 [[Greek text]] page 139 l. 3 eyes were (eyes) page 141 l. 31 on (in).

S. & W. page 134 l. 23 [[Greek text]] ([[Greek text]]) page 136 l. 30 stanch (staunch) page 145 l. 26 Ortulus (Hortulus).

Ing. page 137 l. 15 and (with) page 140 l. 8 pictorial (pictural) l. 34 roquelaure (roquelaire) page 144 l. 3 the very (the).

The Murders in the Rue Morgue.

Stod. page 148 l. 3 known (noted) page 149 l. 12 manner (air) page 157 l. 14 with (in) page 158 l. 31 person (persons) page 170 l. 16 precludes (preclude) page 175 l. 33 This (The).

Ing. page 149 l. 9 or of (or) page 158 l. 34 storey (story etc.) page 165 l. 11 clue (clew) page 166 l. 17 truth lies not (depth lies) l. 17 but (and not) page 174 l. 8 puts (put) page 182 l. 2 embedded (imbedded) page 188 l. 19 sailors’ (sailor’s) page 190 l. 33 which (who).

S. & W. page 160 l. 19 deposed (deposes) page 171 l. 17 an (a).

S. & W. contains the two Lorimer-Graham corrections.

The Island of the Fay.

Ing. page 192 l. 4 jouissede (jouissent).

S. & W. page 195 l. 1 include (to include) page 197 l. 32 and the (and).

Stod. page 197 note, mare (nare).

The Colloquy of Monos and Una.

Stod. page 200 motto the near (the) l. 4 explanation (explanations) page 202 l. 13 to (which to) page 207 l. 9 anterior (interior) page 209 l. 33 struck (struck the).

S. & W. page 209 l. 12 and (and the) page 210 l. 24 all of (all) [page 323:]

Never Bet the Devil Your Head.

Stod. page 224 l. 12 style (stile).

Ing. page 214 l. 5 Powhattan (Powhatan) page 2 16 l. 9 moustachios (moustaches) page 219 l. 8 a (to a) page 222 l. 22 in (on).

S. & W. page 213 l. 2-8 Tomas (Thomas) l. 3 importa (importo) l. 21 Evenus (Euenis) page 216 l. 9 mustaches (moustaches) page 218 l. 12 Saint (St.).

Three Sundays in a Week.

Ing. page 223 l. 14 Carene (Carême).

The Oval Portrait.

Stod. page 246 l. 6 devoutly (devoutedly).

Ing. gives the longer form as found in Graham (see note to the tale) with changes in spelling and punctuation.

S. & W. page 245 l. 6 Apennines (Appenines) page 246 l. 6 devotedly (B.J.) (devoutedly) page 248 l. 4 palette (palet).

The Masque of the Red Death.

Ing. page 251 l. 2 from without or (or) page 252 l. 25 eastern (western) page 254 l. 29 eastwardly (westwardly).

S. & W. page 251 l. 3 avatar (Avator) page 251 l. 25 Princess (duke’s) page 253 l. 27 Prince (Duke) page 254 l. 33 appals (appals).

The Landscape Garden.

Neither in S. & W. nor Ing. edition as a separate tale.


∞∞∞∞∞∞∞


Notes:

None.


∞∞∞∞∞∞∞

[S:0 - JAHCW, 1902] - Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore - Editions - The Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe (J. A. Harrison) (Variations of the Stedman-Woodberry and Other Editions)