Edgar Allan Poe — “The Haunted Palace”


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Reading and Reference Texts:

Reading copy:

  • “The Haunted Palace” — reading copy

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Historical Texts:

Manuscripts and Authorized Printings:

  • Text-01 — “The Haunted Palace” — 1839, no original manuscript or fragments are known to exist (but this version is presumably recorded in Text-02)
  • Text-02 — “The Haunted Palace” — April 1839 — American Museum — (Mabbott text A)
  • Text-03 — “The Haunted Palace” — September 1839 — in “The Fall of the House of Usher,” Burton’s — (Mabbott text B) (Poe sent copies of this issue of Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine to James E. Heath and to Washington Irving. The copy sent to Heath was apparently accompanied by a note requesting a review in the Southern Literary Messenger and a reprint of “The Fall of the House of Usher.” Heath promised a review, but declined the reprint as it would have required too much space and because he did not feel that the readers of the SLM particularly appreciated “tales of the German School.” Irving appears to have replied favorably about “The Fall of the House of Usher.” In a letter to P. P. Cooke, Poe mentions that he is sending copies of the July, August, and September 1839 issues of Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine, but in Cooke’s reply it is clear that he is responding only to the story as it was printed in Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque, of which Poe had sent Cooke an inscribed copy. There is no reason to suspect that any of these magazine copies contained manuscript revisions by Poe.)
  • Text-04 — “The Haunted Palace” — 1840 — in “The Fall of the House of Usher,” Tales of G & A — (Mabbott text C)
  • Text-04a — “The Haunted Palace” — before May 29, 1841 — (Poe sent a manuscript of several poems to R. W. Griswold in a letter dated May 29, 1841. “The Haunted Palace” and “The Coliseum” are the only two poems that he mentions by name. Griswold printed both poems in the first edtion of The Poets and Poetry of American, along with “The Sleeper,” for which a manuscript probably also accompanied this letter. This manuscript of “The Haunted Palace” has not survived, but the text is presumably recorded in Text-06. Because Griswold’s printed text includes the change of “soverign” to “ruler” at the end of the third stanza, made by Poe in Text-05, the changes in that text may necessarily be earlier than the tentative date of 1842. The alternative would be another manuscript of the poem sent by Poe, which does not appear to be the case. It would also be possible for Poe to have made the changes in proof pages of the book, but there is no evidence that he was given an opportunity to see the proofs.)
  • Text-05 — “The Haunted Palace” — 1842 — in “The Fall of the House of Usher,” manuscript changes in Phantasy Pieces — (Mabbott text D)
  • Text-06 — “The Haunted Palace” — April 18, 1842 — Poets and Poetry of America (The poem continued to appear in later editions) — (Mabbott text E)
  • Text-07 — “The Haunted Palace” — February 25 - March 4, 1843 — Saturday Museum — (Mabbott text F) (Poe sent two copies of this article to J. R. Lowell, one on October 19, 1843 and a second on May 28, 1844. In both cases, he appears to have done so for the purpose of providing Lowell with some biographical material to use for his article on Poe for Graham’s Magazine. There is no indication that any of the poems in these copies had modifications made by Poe.)
  • Text-08 — “The Haunted Palace” — February 1845 — Graham’s, printed as part of Lowell’s article on Poe — (Mabbott text G) (Lowell probably took his text from Text-07a, where Poe first published the change of “ghastly rapid” for “rapid ghastly” in line 45.)
  • Text-09 — “The Haunted Palace” — 1845 — in “The Fall of the House of Usher,” Tales — (Mabbott text H)
  • Text-10 — “The Haunted Palace” — 1845 — RAOP — (Mabbott text J)
  • Text-11 — “The Haunted Palace” — 1849 — manuscript revision in J. L. Graham copy of RAOP — (Mabbott text M)
  • Text-12 — “The Haunted Palace” — 1849 — manuscript sent to R. W. Griswold about 1848 — (Mabbott text N)  (This is Mabbott’s copy-text for lines 1-44, the remaining lines are from text R)
  • Text-13 — “The Haunted Palace” — about September 1849 — Richmond Examiner proof sheets — (Mabbott text P)

 

Reprints:

  • “The Haunted Palace” — January 21, 1845 — Evening Mirror (New York) (reprinted as part of the article on Poe by J. R. Lowell)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — January 24, 1845 — New-York Daily Tribune (New York, NY), vol. IV, no. 249, p. 1, (reprinted along with extracts from the article on Poe by J. R. Lowell)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — February 1, 1845 — New-York Weekly Tribune (reprinted along with extracts from the article on Poe by J. R. Lowell)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — February 1, 1845 — New World  (The headnote reads: “The following exquisite Poem, from the pen of Edgar A. Poe, is new to us. We can hardly call to mind in the whole compass of American Poetry, a picture of more intense and glowing Ideality. It portrays with admirable power and pathos, a noble mind given over to wreck and desolation.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — February 12, 1845 — reprint in the Yankee Blade (Waterville, ME) (noted by Ljungquist)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — February 16, 1845 — Daily Picayune, vol. IX, no. 20, p. 4, top of col. 1 (acknowledged as by “Edgar A. Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — March 12, 1845 — The Guard (Holly Springs, MS), vol. IV, no. 2, p. 1, col. 2
  • “[The Haunted Palace]” — May 24, 1845, excerpt of begining 12 lines — Broadway Journal  (This is one of several examples Poe quotes in his review of William Lord’s Poems.)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — August 9, 1845 — Baltimore Saturday Visiter  (unauthorized reprint included as part of an article by Edward H. Docwra, with a “companion poem” by Docwra called “The Restoration.”) (vol. XV, no. 31, whole no. 759, p. 1, cols. 1-2)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — May 23, 1846 — Littel’s Living Age
  • “The Haunted Palace” — January 18, 1847  — Republican Compiler (Gettysburg, PA), vol. 29, no. 17, p. 1, col. 2 (begins with the brief note resembling that of The New World: “We can hardly call to mind in the whole compass of American Poetry, a picture of more intense and glowing Ideality than the following. It portrays with admirable power and pathos, a noble mind given over to wreck and desolation.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — March 5, 1847  — Semi-Weekly Courier and New York Enquirer (H&C, p. 249)
  • The Haunted Palace” — 1847 — in “The Fall of the House of Usher,” Prose Writers of America  (Mabbott text K)
  • The Haunted Palace” — 1849 — The Gift-Leaves of American Poetry — this is a reprint of Text-06  (Mabbott text L) (H&C, p. 126)
  • The Haunted Palace” — 1850 — in “The Fall of the House of Usher,” WORKS — Griswold reprints Text-09  (Mabbott text Q)
  • The Haunted Palace” — 1850 — WORKS — Griswold reprints Text-10, but does include one change from Text-12  (Mabbott text R)  (This is Mabbott’s copy-text for lines 45-52, these lines from the manuscript of text-12 having been lost)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — March, 1850 — American Whig Review (reprinted in a review)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — September 28, 1850 — Literary World
  • “The Haunted Palace” — May 1852 — Sartain’s (printed with a parody “The Ruined Tavern” by H. B. Hirst (pp. 434-435)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — April 16, 1853 — Littel’s Living Age (also with a reprint of “The Bells”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — December 10, 1857 — Buffalo Express and Daily Democracy (Buffalo, NY), vol. XII, whole no. 3686, p. 4, col. 1 (acknowledged as by “Edgar A. Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — December 14, 1857 — Louisville Daily Courier (Louisville, KY), vol. 25, no. 142, p. 1, col. 6 (acknowledged as by “Edgar A. Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — January 13, 1858 — Mississippi Free Trader (Natchez, MS), vol. XXIII, no. 10, p. 1, col. 4 (acknowledged as by “Edgar A. Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — March 4, 1858 — Marshall County Democrat (Plymouth, IN), vol. III, no. 15, p. 1, col. 1 (acknowledged as by “Edgar A. Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — May 19, 1858 — Wheeling Daily Intelligencer (Wheeling, WV), vol. 6, no. 213, p. 4, col. 2 (acknowledged as by “Edgar A. Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” —August 20, 1858 — Cooper’s Clarksburg Register (Clarksburg, WV), vol. VII, no. 39, p. 1, col. 3 (acknowledged as by “Edgar A. Poe.”)
  • The Haunted Palace” — March 9, 1866 — Collegian (Harvard, later the Harvard Advocate), vol. I, no. 1, pp. 8-9
  • “The Haunted Palace” —November 9, 1871 — Evening News (Indianapolis, IN), vol. II, no. 281, p. 2, col. 2 (acknowledged as by “Edgar A. Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — November 5, 1874 — St. Cloud Journal (St. Cloud, Minnesota), vol. XVII, no. 17, p. 1, col. 4 (acknowledged as by “Edgar A. Poe.”)
  • The Haunted Palace” — 1875 — The Works of Edgar Allan Poe, vol 3: Poems  and Essays, ed. J. H. Ingram, Edinburgh, Adam and Charles Black (3:19-20)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — September 1, 1881 — Vancouver Independent (Vancouver, WA), vol. VII, no. 2, p. 6, col. 1 (acknowledged as by “Edgar A. Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — August 3, 1891 — Seattle Post-Intelligencer (Seattle, WA), vol. XX, no. 78, p. 4, col. 5 (acknowledged as by “Edgar A. Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — May 31, 1892 — Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), vol. XXIV, no. 44, p. 4, col. 4 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allen [[Allan]] Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — May 16, 1897 — The Herald (Los Angeles, CA), vol. XXVI, no. 228, p. 17, col. 2 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allen [[Allan]] Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — September 29, 1900 — Pittsburg Press (Pittsburg, PA), vol. XVII, no. 269, p. 4, col. 4 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — January 27, 1901 — St. Louis Republic (St. Louis, Missouri), vol. 93 (no issue number), p. 36, col. 1 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.” Printed in a small section of “Famous Poems”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — February 10, 1901 — Sunday Tribune (Minneapolis, Minnesota), vol. XXXIV, no. 261, p. 36, col. 4 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.” Printed on a page with the heading “In Women’s Realm”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — February 16, 1901 — Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), vol. XLI, no. 105, p. 9, col. 3 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.” Printed with the small headnote: “A poem asked for”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — August 3, 1901 — Richmond Dispatch (Richmond, VA), (no volume number), whole no. 15,689, p. 2, col. 7 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — January 15, 1902 — Missoulian (Missoula, Montana), vol. XXIII, no. 226, p. 4, col. 4 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allen [[Allan]] Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — February 10, 1902 — St. Joseph Gazette-Herald (St. Joseph, Missouri), vol. 113, no. 41, p. 4, col. 3 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — December 4, 1902 — Marion Daily Star (Marion, OH), vol. XXVI, no. 6, p. 4, across cols. 3-4 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe,” and with the heading of “An Old Favorite.” Printed with the brief introductory note: “THE dominant note of Poe’s verse gives the key to his soul and explains the transient moods under which his lyrics were composed. He was a devotee to beauty, but his large mind, illuminated with unusual intuition, apprehended the significance of creation in the appaling as well as in the beautiful, and to his mental touch these antipodal phases became interchangeable and were sometimes unified — National Cyclopedia of American Biography”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — December 5, 1902 — Marion Daily Star (Marion, OH), vol. XXVI, no. 6, p. 4, across cols. 3-4 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.” Printed under the general heading of “An Old Favorite.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — December 11, 1902 — Vicksburg American (Vicksburg, Mississippi), vol. II, no. 199, p. 5, across cols. 3-4 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe,” and with the identical layout as in the Marion Daily Star of December 5, 1902)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — December 25, 1902 — Macon Times-Democrat (Macon, Missouri), vol. XXXVIII, no. 27, p. 2, across cols. 4-5 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe,” and with the identical layout as in the Marion Daily Star of December 5, 1902)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — January 10, 1903 — Every Evening (Wilmington, DE), vol. XXXVII, no. 9, p. 4, col. 3 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — January 16, 1903 — Nashville American (Nashville, TN), vol. XXVI, whole no. 9566, p. 4, col. 4 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe,” under the general heading “Poems Worth Knowing.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — January 29, 1903 — St. Louis Republic (St. Louis, MO), vol. 93 (no issue number), p. 6, across cols. 4-5 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe,” with a woodcut initial and a generic woodcut of a castle.)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — January 31, 1903 — Morning Post (Raleigh, NC), vol. XI, no. 50, p. 4, col. 6 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — February 5, 1903 — Pine Bluff Daily Graphic (Pine Bluff, Arkansas), vol. XI, no. 104, p. 5, across cols. 3-4 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allen [[Allan]] Poe,” and with the brief introductory note: “Poe said that Longfellow, in his ‘Beleaguered City,’ was guilty of plargariarism [[plagiarism]] of the main idea of ‘The Haunted Palace.’ Longfellow’s poem appeared in November, 1839. Poe’s was printed in April of that year. ‘The Deserted House,’ by Tennyson, contains a similar idea. That was published in 1830. Readers of the Graphis [[Graphic]] will have an opportunity of reading these three poems. ‘Porphyrene’ was Poe’s invention. It may mean ‘a producer of Porphyry,’ and was intended to convery the idea of palatial magnificence. ‘Red-litten’ is a Poem for [[‘]]red-lighted.’ ”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — February 7, 1903 — Willmar Tribune (Willmar, Minnesota), vol. 8, no. 62, p. 5, across cols. 3-4 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe,” and with the identical layout as in the Marion Daily Star of December 5, 1902)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — March 19, 1903 — The Times (Newville, PA), vol. 21, no. 48, p. 3, across cols. 1-2 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe,” with the general heading “Old Time Favorites.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — March 25, 1903 — Indiana Democrat (Indiana, PA), vol. 41, no. 48, p. 6, across cols. 1-2 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe,” with identical format as the The Times of March 19, 1903)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — March 26, 1903 — Dighton Herald (Dighton, KS), vol. 18, no. 50, p. 3, across cols. 1-2 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe,” with identical format as the The Times of March 19, 1903)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — March 26, 1903 — Osage County Chronicle (Burlingame, KS), vol. 40, no. 44, p. 7, across cols. 1-2 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe,” with identical format as the The Times of March 19, 1903)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — March 27, 1903 — Chanute Times (Chanute, KS), vol. 31, no. 25, p. 9, across cols. 4-5 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe,” with identical format as the The Times of March 19, 1903)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — April 2, 1903 — Canebrake Herald (Uniontown, Alabma), vol. XII, no. 45, p. 7, across cols. 1-2 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe,” with identical format as the The Times of March 19, 1903)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — May 15, 1903 — Roanoke Beacon (Plymouth, NC), vol. XIV, no. 7, p. 1, across cols. 1-2 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe,” with identical format as the The Times of March 19, 1903)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — July 18, 1903 — Every Evening (Wilmington, DE), vol. XXXVII, no. 170, p. 6, col. 3 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — August 10, 1903 — Ottumwa Daily Courier (Ottumwa, IO), vol. 38, no. 93, p. 8, across cols. 6-7 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe,” and with the identical layout as in the Marion Daily Star of December 5, 1902)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — August 22, 1905 — Charlotte News (Charlotte, NC), vol. XXXII, whole no. 6107, p. 6, col. 3 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allen [[Allan]] Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — February 13, 1906 — Charlotte News (Charlotte, NC), vol. XXXV, whole no. 6243, p. 8, col. 4 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — May 10, 1906 — Times Dispatch (Richmond, VA), (no volume number), whole no. 17,189, p. 6, across cols. 2-3 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — January 10, 1907 — Wichita Eagle (Wichita, KS), vol. XLV, no. 46, p. 4, col. 2 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allen [[Allan]] Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — January 13, 1907 — Omaha Sunday Bee (Omaha, NE), vol. XXXVI, no. 30, p. 15, col. 7 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allen [[Allan]] Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — February 3, 1907 — Charlotte Daily Observer (Charlotte, NC), (no volume or issue no), p. 23, col. 7 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allen [[Allan]] Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — June 9, 1907 — Baltimore Sun (Baltimore, MD), vol. CXLI, no. 24, p. 7, across cols. 4-5 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe,” under the general heading “Gems from the Poets.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — January 1, 1909 — East Oregonian (Pendleton, OR), vol. 21, whole no. 6471, p. 4, col. 3 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — January 10, 1909 — Sunday State Journal (Lincoln, NE), vol. 39 (no issue number), p. 23, col. 3 (printed in a section called “The Question Box,” with the note “Please print Poe’s poem, The Haunted Palace.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — January 25, 1909 — Scranton Republican (Scranton, PA), vol. 43, no. 33, p. 4, col. 3 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — February 8, 1909 — Every Evening (Wilmington, DE), vol. 42 (no issue number), p. 9, col. 1 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe,” and printed in a section called “For the Women of Today and Tomorrow,” and with a note by the editor (Mrs. C. B. Penman): “This poem was supposed to illustrate the ruined house of the brain — the body despoiled by drink. ‘The red-litten windows’ — indicating the bleared eyes of the drunkard; ‘the pale door,’ the distorted mouth uttering blashmeny and maudlin words.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — March 10, 1909 — Tampa Morning Tribune (Tampa, FL), vol. 16, no. 69, p. 6, col. 3 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — March 11, 1909 — Tampa Weekly Tribune (Tampa, FL), vol. 16, no. 46, p. 4, col. 5 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — April 11, 1909 — Galveston Daily News (Galvaston, TX), vol. 68, no. 25, p. 26, col. 7 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — March 9, 1910 — Pittsburg Press (Pittsburg, PA), (no volume or issue number), p. 6, across cols. 2-3 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe,” under the general heading of “Gems From World’s Best Literature,” and noted as “Edited for School Children” by Professor R. M. Sherrard, Chairman of the Literary and Reading Committee of the Pittsburg Schools.)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — December 2, 1910 — Charlotte Daily Observer (Charlotte, NC), (no volume or issue number), p. 4, col. 5 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — March 10, 1911 — Buffalo Enquirer (Buffalo, NY), vol. 67, no. 187, p. 4, col. 2 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — April 9, 1914 — Greenwood Index (Greenwood, SC), vol. XVII, no. 32, p. 20, col. 5 (with the brief introductory note: “This most significant of Edgar Allan Poe’s poems is also the most artistic, and has repeatedly found place in lists of ‘The Ten Perfect Poems.’ ”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — June 12, 1918 — San Bernardino Daily Sun (San Bernardino, CA), vol. XLVIII, no. 89, p. 4, across cols. 2-3 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — March 19, 1920 — Buffalo Commercial (Buffalo, NY), (no volume or issue number), p. 4, cols. 4 (acknowledged from “THe Poems of Edgar Allan Poe, published by Charles Scribner’s Sons”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — March 28, 1920 — Macon Daily Telegraph (p. 4) (this item is noted by George Monteiro, “Fugitive Reprints,” E. A. Poe Review, Fall 2010, p. 161.)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — April 5, 1920 — Charlotte Observer, (no volume or issue number), p. 6, cols. 6-7 (this item is noted by George Monteiro, “Fugitive Reprints,” E. A. Poe Review, Fall 2010, p. 161.) (It is printed as part of a series called “Fifty Famous Southern Poems,” and begins with a long introductory note by Professor L. W. Payne, Jr. of the University of Texas.)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — September 24, 1922 — Topeka Daily Capital (Topeka, KS), vol. XLVI, no. 219, p. 10, col. 3 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allen [[Allan]] Poe.” Printed under the general heading of “With the Poets and Rhymesters.”)
  • “Insanity” — October 17, 1922 — Kansas City Kansan (Kansas City, KS), vol. XXVII, no. 105, p. 4, col. 4 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allen [[Allan]] Poe,” but with the unusual title and no reference to the real title.)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — July 30, 1924 — Alexandria Times-Tribune (Alexandria, IN), vol. 47 (no issue number), p. 2, col. 2 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allen [[Allan]] Poe.” Printed under the general heading of “Poems You Ought to Know.”)
  • “The [[Haunted]] Palace” — March 22, 1927 — Decatur Morning Herald (Decatur, IL), vol. 47 (no issue number), p. 6, cols. 2-3 (acknowledged as by “Poe.”)
  • “The [[Haunted]] Palace” — March 22, 1927 — Decatur Evening Herald (Decatur, IL), vol. 47 (no issue number), p. 7, cols. 2-3 (acknowledged as by “Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — January 16, 1937 — San Mateo Times (San Mateo, CA), vol. 27, no. 39, p. 16, across cols. 4-5 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — January 17, 1937 — San Bernardino Daily Sun (San Bernardino, CA), vol. 43 (no issue number), p. 30, across cols. 4-5 (acknowledged as by “Edgar Allan Poe.”)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — January 23, 1937 — Honolulu Star-Bulletin (Honolulu, HA), p. 22

 

Scholarly and Noteworthy Reprints:

  • The Haunted Palace” — 1894-1895 — The Works of Edgar Allan Poe, vol. 10: Poems, eds. E. C. Stedman and G. E. Woodberry, Chicago: Stone and Kimball (10:31-32, and p. 181)
  • The Haunted Palace” — 1902 — The Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe, vol. 7: Poems, ed. J. A. Harrison, New York: T. Y. Crowell (10:83-84, and 10:200-201)
  • The Haunted Palace” — 1911 — The Complete Poems of Edgar Allan Poe, Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Co. (pp. 38-39, and p. 225)
  • The Haunted Palace” — 1917 — The Poems of Edgar Allan Poe, ed. Killis Campbell, Boston: Ginn and Company (pp. 102-104, and pp. 237-240)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — 1965 — The Poems of Edgar Allan Poe, ed. Floyd Stovall, Charlottesville: The University Press of Virginia (pp. 88-89, and pp. 253-256)
  • The Haunted Palace” — 1969 — The Collected Works of Edgar Allan Poe, vol. 1: Poems, ed. T. O. Mabbott, Cambridge: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press (1:312-318)
  • “The Haunted Palace” — 1984 — Edgar Allan Poe: Poetry and Tales, ed. Patrick F. Quinn (New York: Library of America) (pp. 76-77) (reprints the text from Mabbott, 1969)

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Comparative and Study Texts:

Instream Comparative and Study Texts:

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Associated Material and Special Versions:

Miscellaneous Texts and Related Items:

  • “[The Haunted Palace]” — 1857 — “Edgar Allan Poe,” Magazin für die Literatur des Auslandes (131:522-524)  (German translation by Luise von Ploennis.)
  • “Le Palais hanté” — dated 2009, but available in late 2008 — Poèmes d‘Edgar Allan Poe, Paris: Publibook (translation by Jean Hautepierre)

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Bibliography:

  • Heartman, Charles F. and James R. Canny, A Bibliography of First Printings of the Writings of Edgar Allan Poe, Hattiesburg, MS: The Book Farm, 1943.
  • Mabbott, Thomas Ollive, ed., The Collected Works of Edgar Allan Poe (Vol 1 Poems), Cambridge, Mass.: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1969.

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