Text: Robert A. Stewart (ed. J. A. Harrison), “Notes to The Angel of the Odd,” The Complete Works of Edgar Allan PoeVol. VI: Tales - part 05 (1902), p. 282


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THE ANGEL OF THE ODD.

COLUMBIAN MAGAZINE, OCTOBER, 1844.

The periodical form of this tale, set down as “Unknown” by S. & W., was discovered in the Columbian Magazine of date given above.

Variations of Griswold from text.

Page 103 l. 4 dining room (dining-room) l. 5 , which (o. c.) l. 24 in (, in) page 104 l. 25 , such (o. c.) page 105 l. 7 no (a) l. 19 rum puncheon (rum-puncheon) page 106 l. 11 ob (of) l. 30 he (, he) page 107 1.14 pizziness (pizzness) l. 15 pred (bred) l. 19 salt cellar (salt-cellar) l. 23 mantel piece (mantel-piece) l. 24 , he (o. c.) page 108 l. 13 contre temps (contretemps) l. 16 sceptic (skeptic) l. 24 by and bye (by-and-by) l. 29 of (o.) l. 32 very (i.) page 109 l. 13 post prandian (o.) l. 30 said; (:) l. 33 had (o.) l. 33 fillipping (filliping) page 110 l. 1 and (, and) l. 8 farther (further) l. 24 long-necked (o. h.) page 111 l. 10 rubbing post (rubbing-post) l. 19 spouse (husband) page 112 l. 20 time (high time) l. 21 me), (,)) page 113 l. 8 rope (, rope) l. 12 , or (o. c.) l. 16 was (was soon) l. 23 , with (o. c.) l. 32 you? (,) page 114 l. 30 preeches’ (preeches) page 115 l. 3 we (I); Griswold was followed in the words: dyspeptic page 104 l. 3 (C. M. dispeptic), Élite page 112 l. 2 (C. M. Elite), and filliping page 109 l. 33 (C. M. fillipping).


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Notes:

None.


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