Text: E. C. Stedman and G. E. Woodberry, “General Index,” The Works of Edgar Allan Poe, New York: Stone and Kimball, vol. X, 1895, pp. 285-313


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GENERAL INDEX

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This Index covers all Volumes of the present edition.

Main Divisions of Poe’s writings, as therein arranged, and leading departments of the Editors’ work, are given in Caxton type; Subdivisions, and most titles of Poe’s original volumes, in SMALL CAPITALS; names of Newspapers, Magazines, etc., in italics; titles of the respective Tales, Essays, Poems, etc., in lower-case, with quotation-marks.

Numerals designating the respective Volumes are in black-letter; page-numerals, in plain type.


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ADAMS, John Quincy: in “Autography,” 9, 234.

Ainsworth, W. Harrison: 2, 205, et seq.; 7, 274.

“Al Aaraaf”: 10, 106-120; issue of, 1, 14; read in Boston by Poe, 65; quoted, 6, 73; variorum of, 10, 217, 218; Poe’s Notes to, 219-223; and see 10, xix, xx.

“AL AARAAF, TAMERLANE, AND MINOR POEMS”: issued, 1, 14; collated, 10, 142.

“Alciphron,” Moore’s: 6, 250, 330.

Alcott, A. B.: 7, 38.

Aldrich, James: in the “Literati,” 8, 62; “A Death-Bed,” 6, 136, et seq.

Aldrich, Mary A. S.: 6, 80.

Alexander, Charles: letter of, 1, 33; on Poe, 48.

Allan, John: adopts Poe, 1, 4, 6; refuses to pay his debts, 11; sends him to West Point, 13; marries Miss Patterson, 16; discards Poe, 18; death, ib.; and see 10, 248, 249.

Allan, Mrs.: 1, 5, 12; the second Mrs. Allan, 16, 18.

Allegory: Poe’s, and Hawthorne’s, 10, xxviii.

Allen, Paul: 6, 143, 160.

Allston, Washington: in “Autography,” 9, 252.

“Alone”: 10, 138; Note on, 237.

“American Drama, The”: 6, 199, 330.

American Letters: — See Literature, American.

American Magazine of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge: 8, 43.

American Monthly Magazine: 6, 71; 7, 19; 8, 129; 9, 213, 249.

American Museum of Literature and the Arts (Baltimore): 1, 28; and see Notes on the Poems, 10, 141, et seq.

American Review: a Whig Journal: 1, 83; 6, 289; 10, xiii; and see Notes on the Poems, 10, 141-237 passim.

American Whig Review: — See ante.

“Anastatic Printing”: 9, 279; Notes on, 9, 317.

“Ancient Mariner, The”: compared with the “Raven” by “Outis,” 6, 144-5; and see 161-172.

“Angel of the Odd, The”: 4, 145.

“Annabel Lee”: 10, 41; variorum of, 186; like a Southern melody, xxxiii; and see xvii, xxvi.

“Annie” —— [[Richmond]]: Mrs., Poe’s friendship with, 1, 79-83; Note on, 10, 195; and see the poem “For Annie,” 10, 90.

Annihilation: 7, 299.

Anthon, Charles: in the “Literati,” 8, 34; in “Autography,” 9, 187; and see 1, 28, 54; 4, 286; 6, xx; 7, 354.

“Antigone,” The: 7, 264.

“Antique Poetry”: 7, 308.

“Appalachia”: suggested as a substitute for “America,” 7, 327.

Appleton & Co., D.: publishers, 8, 316.

“Arabia Petræea,” Stephens’s: reviewed, 7, 143.

Arcturus: 7, 19, 128; origin of, 8, 59; and C. Mathews, 223.

Aristidean, The: 8, 67.

Arnold, Matthew: 1, 120; 6, xiv.

Art: 7, 226; machinery of, 251.

“ARTHUR GORDON PYM, THE NARRATIVE OF”: 5, 1; its publication, 1, 28; reviewed, 100; “Bibliography,” 5, 355; compared with Morell’s “Narrative,” 356-359.

Arthur, Timothy Shay: in “Autography,” 9, 239.

“Article for Blackwood: a Predicament”: 4, 212.

Asselineau, C.: on Baudelaire’s translations, 1, 118.

“Assignation, The”: 1, 258; and see 1, 98, 99, 103, 121; 10, xxviii.

Astor, John Jacob: 5, 263-268; and see “Astoria,” 7, 168, et seq.

Athenæum (London): 7, 213.

“Aurora Leigh,” Mrs. Browning’s: 10, xix.

“Authors of America, The” (a projected work): see Preface to vol. 6.

“Autography, A chapter on”: 9, 183; and see 6, xix; 9, 316.


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BAGGENSEN, Jens (Emmanuel): 6, 121.

“Ballad” (anonymous): 10, 161.

“Ballads,” Longfellow’s: review of, 6, 120.

“Balloon Hoax, The”: 2, 204; and see 1, 54.

Baltimore American: 9, 224.

Bancroft, G.: 7, 20.

Barhyte, Mrs.: and the “Raven”: 10, 156, 157.

Barlow, Joel: his “Columbiad,” 6, 5.

“Barnaby Rudge,” Dickens’s: reviewed, 7, 39; and see 6, xii, xviii, 31.

Barrett, Elizabeth Barrett: — See Mrs. E. B. Browning.

Baudelaire, Charles: and Poe, 1, 97, 102, 103; on America, 6, xvii.

Bayly, T. Haynes: 6, 147.

Beauty in Poetry: Poe on, 6, 35.

Bellman, Karl Mikael: 6, 121.

“Bells, The”: 10, 37; account and text of first draft, 1, 79; 10, 183-185; human element in, 10, xxiii; variorum of, 182-186; Gill on, 184; Mrs. Shew on, in Ingram’s “ Life of Poe,” 185; a germ of, in Chateaubriand, ib.; and see 6, xiii, 10, xxvi.

Bendann, Daniel: photographer, 10, 262.

Benjamin, Park: 6, 71; his “Infatuation,” 7, 240; co-editor of the “New World,” 8, 20; in “Autography,” 9, 190.

Benjamin, W. Evarts: see Prefaces to vols. 1, 6, and 10.

Bentley’s Miscellany: 9, 235.

Béranger: 7, 80; 9, 224.

“Berenice”: 1, 157; and see 95, 96, 100.

Berkeley, George: 1, 93.

Bibliography: — Catalogue of the various texts and editions of Poe’s writings, issued during or since his lifetime, to the present date (1895) in the English language, 10, 267-275; in foreign languages, 276-281; and see Notes, 4, 282-288; 5, 355.

Bielfeld, Jacques Frederic, Baron de: definition of poetry, 6, 125.

“Bird of the Dream, The”: and the “Raven,” compared by “Outis,” 6, 145.

Bird, Robert Montgomery: his “Hawks of Hawk-Hollow” and “Sheppard Lee” reviewed, 7, 85; in “Autography,” 9, 210.

Bisco, John: founder of the “Broadway Journal,” 8, 23; and see 1, 62, 65.

“Black Cat, The”: 2, 42; and see 1, 48, 111, 115.

Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine: 4, 75, 198-224; 6, 298, et seq.; 7, 33.

Bogart, Elizabeth: in the “Literati,” 8, 115.

“Bon-Bon”: 4, 22.

Book-reviewing: in New York, 8, 252, et seq.

Boston Miscellany: 1, 41, 45.

Boston Notion: 9, 216.

Boston Quarterly Review: 9, 201.

Botta, Mrs. (Anne Lynch): in the “Literati,” 8, 124; and see 1, 69.

Boucicault, D.: 8, 31.

Brady, M. B.: daguerrotypes Poe, 10, 264, 265.

Brainard, Charles H.: 10, 259.

Brainard, J. G. C.: reviewed, 8, 262; and see 6, 126.

Bransby, Dr. John: of Stoke Newington, 1, 6; portrayed in “William Wilson,” 2, 8.

“Bridal Ballad”: 10, 12; variorum of, 159.

Briggs, Charles F.: Editor “Broadway Journal,” Poe’s introduction to, 1, 61; defends Poe to Lowell, 62: later differences with and characterization of Poe, 62-65; his defence of James Aldrich, 6, 138; in the “Literati,” 8, 21.

Bristed, C. A.: 7, 229.

Broadway Journal: Poe’s connection with, 1, 61-63, 65; death of, 66; origin of, 8, 23; and see 6, 136, et seq., 324, et seq.) also Notes on the Poems, 10, 141, et seq.

Brooks, James: in “Autography,” 9, 237.

Brooks, Maria, “Maria del Occidente”: 8, 112, 283, 302, 323.

Brooks, N. C.: 1, 15; in “Autography,” 9, 226.

Brother Jonathan: 3, 110; 9, 230.

Brougham, Lord: 7, 237.

Brown, Charles Brockden: 7, 4.

Brown, David Paul: in “Autography,” 9, 243.

“Brown, Thomas Dunn”: — See T. D. English.

Browning, Mrs. Elizabeth Barrett: review of her “A Drama of Exile, and Other Poems,” 6, 288; Poe’s acquaintance with, 1, 46, 73; on Poe’s scholarship, 104; use of the refrain, 10, xxvi; Poe’s dedication of his Poems to, 3; and see 6, xv, 108, 262; 7, 128; 8, 343.

Browning, Robert: 1, 92, 95; quoted, 113, 121.

Brownson, Orestes A.: in “Autography,” 9, 201.

Brun, Frederike Sophie C.: 6, 121.

Bryan, Daniel: letter to, 1, 39.

Bryant, William Cullen: reviewed, 6, 105; quoted, 6, 15; in “Autography,” 9, 196; and see 6, xv, xvi, xxii, 97, 137, 143 160, 193, 245, 324; 8, 3; 10, xvii.

Buckingham, James Silk: 2, 290, et seq.; 7, 329.

Bulwer: review of, 7, 272; Poe’s indebtedness to, 4, 296; and see 8, 83.

Burton, William E.: correspondence and connection with Poe, 1, 29, 37; letter to, from Poe, cited, 5, 359; in “Autography, ” 9, 235; and see 1, 38; also Gentleman’s Magazine.

Bush, George: in the “Literati,” 8, 7.

“Business Man, The”: 4, 158.

Byron: quoted, 6, 25; his metre analyzed, 80-89; and Mary Chaworth, 7, 291; and see 6, 130, 132, 244.


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“CALEB WILLIAMS,” Godwin’s: 6, 31; 7, 64, 304; 10, xxxii.

Calvert, George H.: in “Autography,” 9, 224.

Campbell, Thomas: his “Gertrude of Wyoming,” 8, 233.

Carey and Hart: publishers, 8, 71; 9, 236.

Carey and Lea: publishers, 1, 288

Cary, Henry: in the “Literati,” 8, 69.

Carlyle and Emerson: 9, 259.

“Carlylese”: 7, 316, 321.

“Cask of Amontillado, The:” 1, 274; and see 99.

Casket, The: 1, 56.

Cass, Lewis: in “Autography,” 9, 237.

Century Company, New York: 10, 260.

“Century Magazine”: 10, 260, 263.

Chandler, Joseph R.: in “Autography,” 9, 219.

Channing, William Ellery: plagiarism from, in Campbell’s “New Monthly,” 7, 242; in “Autography,” 9, 228; and see 6, xviii; 7, 123; 9, 184.

Channing, William Ellery (Second): reviewed, 8, 207; and see 4, 205; 6, 240, 244.

“Chapter of Suggestions, A”: 8, 325-346; Notes on, 352.

“Charles O’Malley,” Lever’s: review of, 7, 65.

Charlottesville, Virginia: 1, 283.

Chaucer: 1, 92.

Chaworth, Mary, and Byron: 7, 291.

Cheever, George B.: in the “Literati,” 8, 33; his “Commonplace Book of American Poetry,” 150.

Child, Lydia Maria: in the “Literati,” 8, 113; and see 6, 143.

Chilton, daguerrotyper: 10, 260.

Chirography: discussed, 7, 342.

Chivers, Thomas Holley: in “Autography,” 9, 240.

“Christabel”: measure of, 6, xiv; influence on Scott, 10, xxii.

Christian Keepsake: 7, 246.

Christian World: 9, 227.

Church Record: 9, 212.

Churton, Edward: 8, 96.

Cist, Lewis J.: in “Autography,” 9, 239.

“City in the Sea, The”: 10, 22; variorum of, 174-176; and see xxiv.

Clark, Lewis Gaylord: in the “Literati,” 8, 122; and see 4, 191.

Clark, Willis Gaylord: 8, 122.

Clarke and Austin, publishers: 8, 110.

Clarke, Joseph H., teacher: 1, 6.

Clarke, Thomas C.: 1, 43-45; on Poe’s character, 48.

Clemm, Mrs. Maria, Poe’s mother-in-law: Poe boards with, 1, 17; her account of his private marriage, 21, — of the public marriage, 25; removes to New York, 28; her home in Philadelphia, 49; Mayne Reid’s account of, 51; Poe’s letter to, 52-54; appeals to Willis, 60; at Fordham, 78, 81; farewell to Poe, 83; Willis’s account of Mrs. Clemm, 10, 245-247, — her letter to him, 247; and certain portraits of Poe, 261, 263, 265; and see 1, 86; 10, 158; also sonnet “To My Mother,” 10, 94.

Clemm, Virginia: — See Virginia Poe.

Cockton, Henry: “Stanley Thorn,” review of, 7, 97.

Coëtlogon, Jean Baptiste Félicité, Comte de: 6, 121.

Cole, T.: engraver of the Massury-Cornwell portrait, 10, 263, 264.

Coleman, William, and Sarah D.: on a portrait of Poe, 10, 264.

Coleridge: Poe’s critical master, 6, xii; the measure of “Christabel,” xiv; on his “Table Talk,” 7, 307; quoted, 8, 14; Cottle’s “ Reminiscences,” 334; as a melodist, 10, xxii; discussed in “Letter to Mr. —— ——,” 148, et seq.; and see 1, 60, 110; 6, xvii, 20, 76, 121, 251, 256, 268, 318; 10, xxvi; and Ancient Mariner.

“Coliseum, The”: 10, 26; variorum of, 182; and see 1, 18.

“Colloquy of Monos and Una, The”: 1, 215; 98.

Colton, George H.: in the “Literati,” 8, 9.

Columbia College: 8, 34.

Columbian, The (Hartford): 7, 249.

Columbian Magazine (New York): 7, 238.

Combe, George: and Macaulay, 7, 125.

Commercial Advertiser (Cincinnati): 9, 215.

Commercial Advertiser (New York): 3, 122; and W. L. Stone, 9, 217.

“Conchologist’s First Book, The”: published, 1, 29.

Concord Group: 6, xxii.

“Conqueror Worm, The”: 10, 33; variorum of, 182; and see 1, 190; 10, xxviii.

Conrad, Robert Taylor: in “Autography,” 9, 233.

Contemporary Notices of Poe: by Griswold, Willis, and Lowell, 10, 239-256.

“Conversation of Eiros and Charmion, The”: 1, 228; 98.

Cooke, Philip Pendleton: in “Autography,” 9, 234; letter to, 1, 33; and see 69.

Cooper, James Fenimore: “Wyandotté,” reviewed, 7, 3; in “Autography,” 9, 212; and see 1, 38; 6, xxii.

Copyright: — See International Copyright.

Copyright and anastatic printing: 9, 285.

Cornwell, Dr. H. S.: 10, 263.

Courier and Inquirer (New York): 3, 140; attack on Willis, 8, 13.

Coxe, Arthur Cleveland: “Saul, a Mystery, 7, 249; and see 6, 54.

Cranch, Christopher Pearse: in the “Literati,” 8, 71; analysis of his metre, 6, 74-79, 89.

Criticism: Poe’s early views of, 10, 144-147.

“Criticism — Public and Private, of”: 8, 3.

Criticism, Literary: Poe’s Critical Writings, vols. 6-8.

“Croakers, The”: Croaker & Co., etc., account of, 8, 52; and see 248, and 6, 240.

“Cryptography”: 9, 260; see the “Gold-Bug,” 3, 5-52; Notes on, 9, 316; and see 2, 38.

“Culprit Fay,” Drake’s: 6, 252.

Curran, John Philpot: 7, 325.

Curry and Co.: publishers, 8, 223.

Cushing, Caleb: 1, 65.


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DAMMAN, Ben: his etching of Poe, 10, 261.

“Damsel of Darien,” Simms’s: review of, 7, 270.

Dana, Richard Henry: in “Autography,” 9, 225; and see 6, 137, 143, 160.

Darley, F. O. C.: his description of Poe, 1, 48.

Dash: Poe’s use of the, 7, 233; and see 1, 112.

Daudet, Alphonse: 1, 120.

Davidson, Lucretia Maria and Margaret: review of, 8, 289.

Davidson, Thomas H.: 10, 262.

Dawes, Rufus: review of, 8, 162; in “Autography,” 9, 198.

Defoe, Daniel: review of, 7, 300.

Democratic Review: 1, 60; 6, 131, 132, 211, 289, 302; 7, 102.

De Quincey: influence on Poe’s style, 1, 110-112.

“Descent into the Maelström, A”: 2, 237; and see 1, 101.

“Devil in the Belfry, The”: 4, 103.

Dewey, Orville: 1, 69.

Diadem, The: 8, 124.

Dial, The: and Margaret Fuller, 8, 75; and Emerson, 9, 259; and see 2, 305; 7, 38.

Dickens, Charles: review of his “Barnaby Rudge,” 7, 39, —”Old Curiosity Shop,” 278; acquaintance with Poe, 1, 45; “Barnaby Rudge,” 46; letter to Poe, 6, 31; remark to Poe, 10, xxxii; and see 7, 65, 67.

Didacticism: Poe on, 6, 8; Longfellow’s, 129.

“Didactics,” Walsh’s: review of, 7, 118.

“Diddling considered as one of the Exact Sciences”: 4, 234.

D’Israeli. Isaac: “Curiosities,” 6, 150; style of, 7, 286; and see 1, 297.

Doane, George W.: in “Autography,” 9, 255.

“Doctor, The,” Southey’s: review of, 7, 267.

Dodson, Richard W.: imitation of Mrs. Hemans, 7, 246.

Dollar Newspaper: 1, 45.

“Domain of Arnheim, The”: 2, 92; and see Preface to vol. 1; l, 103, 109.

“Doomed City, The”: first version of the “City in the Sea,” 10, 174.

Dow, J. E.: in “Autography,” 9, 230.

Downing, A. J.: 1, 103.

Drake, Joseph Rodman: the “Culprit Fay,” 6, 252; 8, 264; “Croaker & Co.” and Halleck, 8, 52; and see 6, xvi; 8, 268.

“Drama, The American”: 6, 199; and see 7, 302.

“Drama of Exile,” Mrs. Browning’s: review of, 6, 288; and see 6, 331; 10, 3.

“Dream, A”: 10, 134; variorum of, 231.

“Dream-Land”: 10, 19; variorum of, 171.

“Dreams”: 10, 125; variorum of, 224; and see 7, 311.

“Dream within a Dream, A”: 10, 130; variorum of, 10, 227-229.

Dublin University Magazine: 8, 128.

“Duc De L’Omelette, The”: 4, 3; and see 1, 107.

Durand, A. B.: his painting, “An Old Man’s Recollections,” 8, 38.

Du Solle, John S.: in “Autography,” 9, 221; his account of “The Raven,” 10, 158.

Duval, S. C.: and the lost portrait of Poe, 10, 257.

Duyckinck, Evert A.: in the “Literati,” 8, 58; edits Poe’s “Tales” 1, 61; on magazine literature, 7, 102; satirized by Briggs, 8, 22.


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Earle, Pliny: in “Autography,” 9, 232.

EARLY POEMS: 10, 95-138.

Edinburgh Review: 9, 228.

“Edwin Percy Whipple and Other Critics”: 7, 128.

“Eldorado”: 10, 35; variorum of, 182.

“Eleonora”: 1, 203; and see 1, 95, 121.

Elizabethan lyrics: 10, xxiv.

“Elk, The”: 2, 77; and see Preface to vol. 1.

“Ellen Middleton,” Fullerton’s: review of, 7, 251.

Ellet, Elizabeth Fries: review of, 8, 282; and see 1, 71.

Ellis, Powhatan: senator of Mississippi, 1, 14.

Embury, Emma C.: in the “Literati,” 8, 91; in “Autography,” 9, 205.

Emerson, R. W.: and Carlyle, 7, 248; in “Autography,” 9, 259; on Poe, 10, xvii; as a lyrist, xviii; and see 6, xvii.

Emporium, The: 7, 249.

English, Thomas Dunn: in the “Literati,” 8, 64; conflict with Poe, 1, 72.

“Enigma, An”: 10, 83; and see 10, 192.

“Essays,” Macaulay’s: review of, 7, 123.

“Euganean Hills, Lines Written among the,” Shelley’s: 10, xxiv.

“Eulalie”: 10, 36; variorum of, 182; Note on, xxvi.

Eureka, a Prose Poem: 9, 1-138, lecture from, 1, 78; published, ib.; collation of, 9, 293; Poe’s addenda to, 293-301; critical analysis of, editorial, 301-302; press comments on Poe’s lecture, 312-315; text of, see Preface to vol. 6; and see 1, 60, 93; 6, xi.

Eveleth, George W.: Poe’s letter to, on “Eureka,” 1, 37; 9, 293.

Evening Post (New York): 3, 140; 8, 52.

“Evening Star”: 10, 124; Note on, 224.

Everett, Edward: in “Autography,” 9, 210.

Express, The (New York): comment on Poe’s lecture, 9, 312; and see 3, 139.

EXTRAVAGANZA AND CAPRICE: 4, 3-277.


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“FABLE for Critics,” Lowell’s: review of, 6, 240; and see 6, xxiv, 330.

“Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar, The”: 2, 322; copied in London “Record,” 7, 238; and see 1, 108.

Fairfield, Francis Gerry: account of the “Raven,” 10, 157.

“Fairy-Land”: 10, 136; version of 1831, with other early readings, 10, 234-237.

“Fall of the House of Usher, The”: 1, 131; first published, 1, 31; and see 1, 95, 97, 121; 10, xxviii.

Family Magazine: 8, 316.

“Fancy and Imagination”: 6, xvi.

“Fashionable Novels”: 7, 309.

Fay, Theodore Sedgwick: in “Autography,” 9, 222.

Felton, Cornelius C.: 6, 102, 104.

“Female Poets of America, The” Griswold’s: review of, 8, 158; and see 1, 83.

Fields, James T.: 1, 65.

“Flaccus — Thomas Ward”: 8, 179.

Flag of Our Union: 1, 83; and see Notes on the Poems, 10, 141, et seq.

Flaubert: 1, 120.

Fleurs du Mal, Les, Baudelaire’s: 1, 117.

“For Annie”: 10, 90; Note on, 195; and see xxvi.

Fordham: Poe’s home at, 1, 73, 78.

Fouqué, Friederich, Baron de la Motte: review of, 7, 252; and Dickens, 279; and see 6, 256; 7, 26.

“Four Beasts in One”: 4, 92; and see 1, 106.

Fourier, Charles: 8, 341.

Francis, Charles S.: 9, 246.

Francis, John W.: in the “Literati,” 8, 26; and see 6, xx.

French, Benj. F.: in “Autography,” 9, 221.

Freneau, Philip: 8, 155.

Frost, John: in “Autography,” 9, 241.

Fuller, Sarah Margaret (Mme. Ossoli): in the “Literati,” 8, 75; Poe’s portrait of, 6, xxiii; as a critic, 7, 130; and see 1, 72; 6, xxii, 244, et seq.

Fullerton, Lady Georgiana: review of her “Ellen Middleton,” 7, 251.


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GALLAGHER, William Davis: in “Autography,” 9, 225.

Gautier, Théophile: on Poe, 1, 113; on Baudelaire, 118.

Genius: Lowell on, 10, 252; and see 7, 219; 8, 338.

Gentleman’s Magazine: Burton’s, 1, 29-33; 5, 257, 310, 359; 6, 324; 9, 235; and see Notes on the Poems, 10, 141, et seq.

“George Balcombe,” Tucker’s: review of, 7, 303.

Georgian Period, The: 10, xx.

Germanism: Poe’s, 1, 96.

“Giaour, The”: Byron’s, 10, xx.

Gibbon: discussed, 7, 338-341.

Gifford, William: 6, 177.

Gift, The: 1, 31; 7, 95, 96; 8, 124.

Gill, W. F.: on the “Bells,” 10, 184.

Gillespie, William M.: in the “Literati,” 8, 20.

Gliddon, George R.: 2, 287, et seq.

Godey, Louis Antoine: in “Autography,” 9, 221.

Godey’s Lady’s Book: its publication of the “Literati,” 1, 66, 69; 8, 349; editorial defence of same, 350; and see 1, 60, 68, 83; 6, 324; 9, 220.

Godwin, William: his “Caleb Williams,” 6, 31; 7, 64, 304; 10, xxxii.

“Gold-Bug, The”: 3, 5; wins prize of $100, 1, 45; and see 1, 48, 101.

Gould, Hannah Flagg: in “Autography,” 9, 204.

Gove, Mary: — See Mrs. Mary S. G. Nichols.

Gowans, William: 1, 28.

Graham, George R.: founds his magazine, 1, 38; Poe’s strictures on, 40; in “Autography,” 9, 217; declines “The Raven,” 10, 157.

Graham, James Lorimer:, formerly possessor of Poe’s own copies of the “Tales,” the “Raven, and Other Poems,” and “Eureka,” — see Prefaces to vols. 1 and 10, also Notes on the Poems, 10, 141, et seq.

Graham’s Magazine: started, 1, 38; in defence of Poe, 48; circulation under Poe, 6, 178; cryptography article, 9, 270; its Poe portrait, 10, 257, 262; and see 1, 47, 56, 66; 6, 181, 186, 220, 323, et seq., also Notes on the Poems, 10, 141-237 passim.

Greeley, Horace: loan to Poe, 1, 65; in “Autography,” 9, 249; and see 8, 341.

Green (Editor “Emporium”): 7, 249.

Griffis, Dr. W. E.: statement as to the “Raven,” 10, 156, 157.

Griswold, Rufus W.: review of his anthologies, 8, 149; his edition of Poe’s Works, see Prefaces to vols. 1, 6, and 10, also 10, 258, 263; succeeds Poe on Graham’s, 1, 39; attacked by Poe, 45; describes Poe’s home in Philadelphia, 50; reconciliation with Poe, 65; Poe’s letters to, 83; on Bryant, 6, 110, 111; and the “Longfellow War,” 326, 327; his arrangement of “Marginalia,” Preface to vol. 6; 7, 355; on Elizabeth Oakes Smith, 8, 301; his text of the “Literati,” 349, 352; his text of Poe’s poems, 1850, 10, v, 141; his obituary notice of Poe in the “Tribune,” 10, 239-242; bequeathes Poe’s portrait to N. Y. Hist. Soc., 259; and see 6, 138.

Griswold, W. M.: see Preface to vol. 1.

Grozelier, artist: 10, 259.

Gwynn, William: 1, 14, 17.


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HALE, Sarah J.: in “Autography,” 9, 209.

Halleck, Fitz-Greene: in the “Literati,” 8, 50; and “Croaker & Co.,” 6, 240; 8, 48; in “Autography,” 9, 197; and see 6, xxi, 137.

Halling, Oscar: his pastel of Poe, 10, 260.

Halpin, E.: engraver, 10, 259.

“Happiest Day, the Happiest Hour, The”: 10, 121; Note on, 10, 224.

Harmony and melody: 10, xxx.

Harper & Brothers, publishers: Wyatt’s “Conchology,” 1, 29; and see 1, 27, 28, 54, 59; 5, 355.

Harris, A. B.: his [[her]] description of Virginia Poe, 1, 49, 50.

Harrison, Gabriel: daguerrotypes Poe, 10, 265, — makes a tinted portrait, ib. — his description of the poet, 266.

“Harry Franco”: — See C. F. Briggs.

Hartmann, E. von: 6, xiii.

Hartshorn, S. W., daguerrotyper: 10, 264.

“Haunted Palace, The”: 10, 31; given in the “Fall of the House of Usher,” 1, 143; examined, 10, xxvii; variorum of, 181; and see 1, 28; 10, xvi.

Hawks, Francis L.: in “Autography,” 9, 212; and see 8, 37; 9, 188.

“Hawks of Hawk Hollow, The”: Bird’s review of, 7, 85.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel: review of his “Tales,” 7, 19; compared with Poe, 1, 92, 111; non-recognition of, 8, 5; and see 6, xvii, xviii, xx, xxii; 7, 4.

Headley, Joel T.: review of his the “Sacred Mountains,” 7, 136; and see 6, xviii.

Heath, James E.: letter of, 1, 35; in “Autography,” 9, 240.

Heber, Reginald: qualities of, 7, 302.

Hegel: 7, 324.

Heine: 6, xiii; 10, xvii.

Henry, Caleb Sprague: in “Autography,” 9, 205; and see 8, 37; 9, 188.

Herald, The (New York): 3, 139.

Herbert, Henry William: in “Autography,” 9, 213.

Herder: 1, 93; 6, 121.

Herschell, Sir John: and the moon-hoax, 8, 136, et seq.

Hewitt, Mrs. Mary E.: in the “Literati,” 8, 130; letter to Mrs. Whitman, 1, 82.

Hexameter verse: 6, 130, 132.

Hill, George: 7, 247.

Hirst, Henry B.: review of, 8, 237; his sketch of Poe, 1, 44; and see 1, 48; 8, 65; 10, 260.

Historias Extraordinarias: published in Madrid, 1, 119.

Hoffman, Charles Fenno: in the “Literati,” 8, 126; in “Autography, ” 9, 248; and see 6, 71.

Hoffman, David: in “Autography,” 9, 232.

Hoffmann, Ernst T. A.: influence on Poe, 1, 96-98.

Holden, Ezra: in “Autography,” 9, 216.

Holmes, Oliver Wendell: in “Autography,” 9, 255; and see 6, 240; 8, 39.

Home Journal: Note by Willis on “Ulalume,” 10, 187; and see 1, 74; 10, 242.

Homo-Camelopard, The: “Four Beasts in One,” 4, 92.

Hong-Kong Gazette: 8, 42.

Hood, Thomas: review of, 7, 283; “Fair Ines” and the “Bridge of Sighs” quoted, 6, 20-22; the “Death-Bed,” 136, et seq.

“Hop-Frog”: 1, 330; and see 4, 296.

Horne, Richard H.: review of his “Orion,” 6, 262; correspondence with Poe, 1, 46; “Chaucer Modernized,” 6, 72; and see 6, xiii, xv; 8, 135.

Howard, Henry: on imitation, 7, 67.

“How to Write a Blackwood Article”: 4, 198; and see 1, 106.

Hoyt, Ralph: in the “Literati,” 8, 37.

Huddy, William: 10, 258.

Hudson, Henry Norman: his lectures, 7, 294.

Hugo: 7, 59.

“Human Magnetism”: Newnham’s, review of, 7, 295.

Humboldt, Alexander von: “Eureka” dedication, 9, 3.

Hunt, Freeman: in the “Literati,” 8, 41; Willis on, 42.

Hunt, Leigh: his definition of poetry, 7, 227; and see 6, 58, 246, 262.

Hunt’s Merchants’ Magazine: 8, 25; establishment of, by Freeman Hunt, 41, et seq.

“Hymn”: 10, 28; variorum of, 178.

“Hyperion,” Longfellow’s: 1, 111.


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“IMITATION”: first version of “A Dream within a Dream,” 10, 227.

“Imp of the Perverse, The”: 2, 33; supplies key to Poe’s temper, 1, 116; and see 4, 281.

“Infatuation”: Benjamin’s, 6, 240.

Ingraham, Joseph H.: in “Autography,” 9, 196; and see 7, 96.

Ingram, John H.: his Life of Poe, 10, 158, 261; on the portraits of Poe, ib., — of Elizabeth Poe, 262, 263; his monograph, the “Raven” (1885), 159; his account of the “Bells,” 185; his Edinburgh edition of Poe’s “Tales and Poems,” 261; and see Preface to vol. 1.

International Copyright: 7, 213, 217; 9, 286; and Lieber, 9, 209.

“Introduction” (vol. of 1831): first version of “Romance,” 10, 231.

Introductions, Editorial: TO THE TALES, 1, 89-121; TO THE LITERARY CRITICISM, 6, xi-xxvi; TO THE POEMS, 10, xiii-xxxv.

INVOCATIONS: Poe’s Lyrical, 10, 75-93.

“Irene”: first version of the “Sleeper,” 10, 163.

Irving, Washington: review of his “Astoria,” 7, 168; notes on “Julius Rodman” and “Astoria,” 5, 359, 360; Irving and Hawthorne compared, 7, 29, 33; in “Autography, ” 9, 190; and see 5, 263-268; 8, 289.

“Isadore,” Pike’s: and the “Raven,” 10, 159.

“Island of the Fay, The”: 2, 84; and see 1, 104.

“Israfel”: 10, 29; examined, xxvii; quoted, xxxv; variorum of, 178-181; first version, 179; and see xvi.


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JAMES, G. P. R.: review of, 7, 281; and see 8, 334.

Johnson, A.: Poe’s schoolmate, 1, 7.

Johnson, Dr.: 10, 152.

Jones, J. Beauchamp: in “Autography,” 9, 235.

Jones, William A.: as a critic, 7, 128, et seq.

“Joseph Rushbrook,” Marryatt’s: review of, 7, 79.

Journal of Commerce: 3, 114.

JOURNAL OF JULIUS RODMAN, THE: 5, 255-351; appears in “Gentleman’s Magazine,” 1, 31; compared with “Astoria,” 5, 359; 360; and see Preface to vol. 1.

Journal of Science (Edinburgh): 2, 198; 8, 137.


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KEATS: 1, 60; 6, 121, 256.

Keese, John: “Poets of America,” 8, 150.

Kemble, Frances Anne: 2, 80.

Kennedy, John P.: first acquaintance with Poe, 1, 18; letter to Poe, 19; correspondence with, 22-28; in “Autography,” 9, 192; and see 1, 38, 65; 8, 138; 9, 201.

Kettell, Samuel: “Specimens of American Poetry,” 8, 150.

King, Charles: 8, 126.

“King Pest”: 4, 58.

Kirkland, Caroline M.: in the “Literati,” 8, 86.

Kirkland, William: in the “Literati,” 8, 24.

Knickerbocker Magazine: origin of, 8, 129; and see 8, 21, 122.

Knowles, Sheridan: 6, 202.

Körner, Karl Theodor: 6, 121.

“Kubla Khan”: 10, xxii.


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LADIES Companion, Snowden’s: 1, 41; 3, 163; 8, 58; 9, 245.

“Lady Geraldine’s Courtship,” Mrs. Browning’s: and the “Raven,” 10, xxvi, 159.

“Lake, The, to —”: 10, 127; variorum of, 10, 224, 225.

Lake School, The: Poe’s view of, 7, 99; 10, 147, et seq.; and see 6, xvii.

“Lalla Rookh,” Moore’s: and “Israfel,” 10, 181.

Lamartine: 6, 121.

“Landor’s Cottage”: 2, 113; and see 1, 103.

“Landscape Garden, The”: see Preface to vol. 1.

Lang, A.: on Poe’s objection to a long poem, 10, xxx.

Langleys: publishers, 8, 24.

Langtree, S. D.: on Longfellow, 6, 132-135; in “Autography,” 9, 233.

Lardner, Dionysius: refuted in “Marginalia,” 7, 343-347.

“Last Page, The”: 7, 258.

Latrobe, J. H. B.: 1, 18.

Lawson, James: in the “Literati,” 8, 85.

Lea & Blanchard, publishers: 1, 31.

Legaré, Hugh Swinton: in “Autography,” 9, 219; and see 6, 247.

“Lenore”: 10, 17; variorum of 166-170; and the “Bridal Ballad, ” 161; and see xvi, xxv.

Leopardi: 1, 97.

Leslie, Eliza: in “Autography,” 9, 205.

“Letter to Mr. —— ——” (Preface to POEMS, 1831): Text of, 10, 144-153; and see 6, xvi.

Lever, Charles J.: review of his “Charles O’Malley,” 7, 65.

Lewis, Mrs. “Estelle” Sarah Anna (“Stella”): review of, 8, 315; subject of “An Enigma,” 10, 83, 192; the Ingram portrait of Poe, 261; and see 1, 83; 6, xxi; 10, 265.

Lewis, S. D.: 10, 265.

Lieber, Francis: in “Autography,” 9, 209.

“Ligeia”: 1, 182; and see 1, 28, 95, 103, 121; 10, xxviii.

“Ligeia! Ligeia!”: quoted by Lowell, 10, 252.

“Lionizing”: 4, 9.

Literary Gazette: origin of, 8, 62.

“Literary Life of Thingum Bob, Esq.”: 4, 171.

“Literary Morality”: 7, 328.

Literary World: and Bayard Taylor’s “Rhymes of Travel,” 8, 277.

LITERATI, THE: 8, 3-146; appears in “Godey’s,” 1, 66, 69; MSS. of, 71; trouble rising from, 72; discussed, 6, xviii-xx; notes on the original publication of the series, 8, 349.

Literature, American: Nationality in, 7, 213; need of criticism, 329; how formerly retarded, 10, 145; Lowell on, 247.

Little & Brown: publishers, 8, 75.

Locke, Jane Ermina (Mrs. John G. Locke): 1, 78.

Locke, Richard Adams: in the “Literati,” 8, 136; his “Moon-Hoax, ” 2, 195, et seq.; in “Autography,” 9, 258.

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth: review of his “Ballads,” 6, 120, — and see 6, xv, 323, 324; review of his “Spanish Student,” 219; review of his “Proem” to the “Waif,” 7, 297; the same quoted, 6, 13; Poe’s grievances against, 1, 62; 6, 136-198; the same discussed, 6, xviii; letter on the “Good George Campbell,” 325-327; in “Autography,” 9, 199; and see 1, 38, 111; 6, xxii, xxvi, 97, 101, 103, 110, 117, 121, 244, et seq.; 8, 6.

“Longfellow War,” The: narrative of, 6, 324-330.

Long Island Historical Society: its Harrison portrait of Poe, 10, 265.

Long poems: Poe’s view of, 10, xxx.

Longstreet, Augustus B.: 6, 247.

Lord, William W.: review of his “Niagara,” 8, 193; and see 6, xviii; 7, 248.

“Loss of Breath”: 4, 75.

“Lothair,” Disraeli’s: 1, 104.

Loud, Mrs. M. St. Leon: in “Autography,” 9, 231.

Lowell, James Russell: review of his “A Fable for Critics,” 6, 240; friendship and correspondence with Poe, 1, 59; his sketch of Poe in “Graham’s, ” 59, 61; 10, 247-256; introduces Poe to Briggs, 1, 61; letters to, from Briggs, 62, 63; on style, 1, 109; Wilson on, 7, 215; on literary art, 271; in “Autography,” 9, 238; and see 6, xv, xxii, et seq.; 110, 121, 137, 330.

Lunt, George: in “Autography,” 9, 219.

Lynch, Anne C.: — See Mrs. Botta.

Lyrical quality: often elementary in Poe’s verse, 10, xxiii.

Lyrics: in Poe’s Tales, 10, xxviii.


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MACAULAY, Thomas Babington, Lord: “Essays” reviewed, 7, 123; and American critics, 8, 346; and see 6, 178; 7, 103.

“McFingal,” Trumbull’s: 6, 240, 242.

McHenry, James: in “Autography,” 9, 257.

McJilton, J.: in “Autography,” 9, 224.

McKee, Thomas J.: his Poeana, 1, x, — likenesses of the poet, 10, 259, 265.

Mackenzie, Alexander Slidell: in “Autography,” 9, 208.

McMichael, Morton: in “Autography,” 9, 226; and see 10, 157.

Madisonian, The: 1, 64.

“Maelzel’s Chess-Player”: 9, 141; Note on, 315; and see 2, 279.

Magazine literature in America: Poe on, 7, 215-217; Duyckinck on, 102.

“Magazine Prison House, Some Secrets of the”: 9, 286; Note on, 317.

Magruder, Allan B.: describes Poe, 1, 15.

“Major Jack Downing”: — See Seba Smith.

Malibran: “Memoirs and Letters,” 7, 266.

“Man of the Crowd, The”: 2, 62; and see 1, 101.

Manor House School, Stoke Newington: 1, 6.

“Man that Was Used Up, The”: 4, 44.

MARGINALIA: 7, 207-349; quoted, 6, xiii; discussed, xx; notes on the first appearance of leading passages in, 7, 354; and see Preface to vol. 6.

Maroncelli, Piero: in the “Literati,” 8, 44.

Marryatt, Frederick: “Joseph Rushbrook” reviewed, 7, 79.

Marvell, Andrew: “Nymph” reviewed, 7, 287.

“Masque of the Red Death, The”: 1, 249; and see 98, 99; 10, xxxv.

Massury, daguerrotyper: 10, 263.

Mathews, Cornelius: review of “Wakondah,” 8, 223; co-editor of “Arcturus,” 59; in “Autography,” 9, 248; and see 6, 244, et seq.

Maturin, C. R.: “Melmoth, the Wanderer,” reviewed, 7, 99.

Maupassant, G. de: 1, 120.

“Mellonta Tauta”: 4, 259.

Mellen, Grenville: in “Autography,” 9, 193.

“Melmoth, the Wanderer,” Maturin’s: 7, 99.

Melody: a specific element in Poe’s verse, 10, xvi, xxiii, — the music of poetry, xxii, et seq.

Memoir of Poe: Editorial, 1, 3-87, — For detailed references, see Edgar Allan Poe.

“Mesmeric Revelation”: 2, 308; copied in London “Record,” 7, 238; and see 1, 107.

Mesmerism: 7, 295, et seq.

Messenger, Southern Literary: employs Poe, 1, 20, 27; circulation under Poe’s editorship, 6, 178; and “Autography,” 9, 183; and see 1, 35, 47, 63, 83; 2, 195; 5, 4-6, 355-359; 6, xi, 182, 190, 323, et seq.; 8, 9; 9, 203, 240, also Notes on the Poems, 10, 141-237 passim.

“Metzengerstein”: 1, 297; and see 97, 98.

Mill, John Stuart: as an a priori reasoner, 7, 304; and see 6, xiv; 10, xxix.

Miller, Dr. James H.: 1, 18.

Milton: Poe on, 10, 146; and see xx.

MINOR CONTEMPORARIES: 8, 147-324; Notes on, 351.

Mirror, Evening: appearance of the “Raven,” 1, 60, 61; and see 6, 136, et seq., 325.

MISCELLANIES: 9, 139-290.

“Miss Walter”: 6, 195.

Mitchell, John Kearsley: in “Autography,” 9, 223.

Moon-Hoax, The: 8, 136; 9, 258.

Moore, Thomas: “Alciphron” reviewed, 6, 250; Note on, 330; “Come, rest in this bosom,” quoted, 6, 20; and see 6, xvi, 12, 129, 281; 7, 22; 10, xx.

Morell, Capt. Benjamin: “Narrative,” compared with “Pym,” 5, 356, et seq.

“Morella”: 1, 174; and see 95.

Morris, George P.: review of, 8, 272; in “Autography,” 9, 223.

Morris, Robert: in “Autography,” 9, 215.

“Mosses from an Old Manse,” Hawthorne’s: review of, 7, 19.

Motherwell, William: “Song of the Cavalier,” quoted, 6, 29; “Bonnie George Campbell,” 186, 327.

Mowatt, Anna Cora (Mrs. Ritchie): in the “Literati,” 8, 28; and see 6, xx.

“Mr. Griswold and the Poets”: 8, 149.

“MS. Found in a Bottle”: 2, 222; wins the $100 prize, 1, 18; and see 100.

“Murders in the Rue Morgue, The”: 3, 53; contributed to “Graham’s,” 1, 38; and see 1, 100; 4, 296.

Murray, John: 9, 208.

Music: Poe on, 1, 219; 7, 334; 10, xxix, xxx, 153; F. Tennyson on, 10, xxii.

“Mysteries of Paris,” Sue’s: 7, 259.

“Mystery of Marie Rogêt, The”: 3, 99; and see 1, 100.

Mystification: 3, 289.


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NEAL, John: failure in construction, 7, 265; and Laughton Osborn, 8, 46; in “Autography,” 9, 211; and see 1, 14; 6, 143, 160; 6, 4, 33.

Neal, Joseph C.: in “Autography,” 9, 206.

Neurosis: the poetic, 10, xxxiii.

“Never Bet the Devil Your Head”: 4, 124.

“Newcomes, The”: quoted, 10, xix.

New Era, The: 8, 145.

Newnham, William: “Human Magnetism,” reviewed, 7, 295.

Newsom, lithographer: 10, 258.

New World, The: 8, 20.

“New York Book, The”: 9, 253.

New Yorker, The: and Greeley, 9, 249; and see 191.

New York Historical Society: and Dr. Francis, 8, 26; and see 10, 259.

New York Review: origin of, 8, 37; 9, 188, 204, 212; and see 1, 28.

Nichols, Mary Sargeant Gove: in the “Literati,” 8, 61; and see 1, 73.

Nichols, Rebecca S. Reed: in “Autography,” 9, 257.

North American Review: 4, 125; 6, 15, 18; 7, 19, 24, 38; 8, 50, 280; 9, 213.

Notes, Editorial: On the number, order, and publication of Poe’s Tales, 4, 281; On Poe’s Quotations, Book-Titles, and Footnotes, 289; On Poe’s Sources, 295; On the “Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym,” 5, 355-359; On the “Journal of Julius Rodman,” 359-361; On Poe’s discussion of Poetry and his criticism of various Poets, 6, 323-331; On the dates of publication of Poe’s Reviews of Novels, Essays, and Travels, 7, 353; On portions of “ Marginalia,” 354; On the original publication of the “Literati” series, 8, 349, — of the Reviews of “Minor Contemporaries,” 351, — of “A Chapter of Suggestions,” 352; On “Eureka,” 9, 293-315; On the Miscellanies, 315-317; On the Poems, with a Variorum of the texts, 10, 141-237; On the Portraits in this Edition, 257-266; On the Bibliography of Poe’s writings, 267-281.

Novalis (F. von Hardenberg): 1, 93.

NOVELS, ESSAYS, AND TRAVELS: Poe’s Reviews of, 7, 1-205; plans and dates of their appearance, 7, 353.

Nyberg, C. Julia: 6, 121.

“Nymph”: Marvell’s review of, 7, 287.


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“OBLONG Box, The”: 3, 233.

“Old Curiosity Shop,” Dickens’s: review of, 7, 278.

Opal, The: 8, 125, 352.

“Originality”: 7, 225.

“Original Characters”: Poe on, 7, 303.

“Orion,” Horne’s: review of, 6, 262; and see 1, 45, 63; 6, xiv, 331.

Osborn, Laughton: in the “Literati,” 8, 45; “Vision of Rubeta,” 6, 240-242.

Osgood, Frances Sargent: in the “Literati,” 8, 95; Poe’s introduction to, 1, 70; her picture of his home, ib.; correspondence with Poe, 71; her defence of Poe, 72; and “To F——,” 10, 78, 189, —”To F——s S. O——d,” 81, 192, —”A Valentine,” 82; and see 8, 349; 10, 259.

Osgood, S. S.: his painting of Poe, 10, 257, 259.

Ossoli, Mme.: — See S. Margaret Fuller.

Otis, James F.: in “Autography,” 9, 242.

“Outis”: Poe’s reply to, 6, 136; letter of, to Willis, 140; and see 7, 242; 10, xxvi.

“Oval Portrait, The”: 1, 169; in Longfellow’s style, 111.


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“PAEAN, A”: first version of “Lenore,” 10, 167; and see xvi, xxv.

Page, William: 8, 23.

Paine, Thomas: 7, 336.

Painter, William: 10, 261.

Palfrey, John G.: in “Autography,” 9, 213.

Paulding, James K.: “Life of Washington,” 7, 292; in “Autography,” 9, 194; and see 1, 27; 7, 20.

Peabody, William B. O.: in “Autography,” 9, 251.

Pearl, The: 9, 256.

Penn Magazine: first projected, 1, 37; Poe’s statement to Bryan, 39, 40.

Pennsylvanian, The: 9, 207.

Perry, Nora: 10, 264.

“Peter Snook”: review of, 7, 102.

Petersons Ladies’ National Magazine: 8, 58.

Petrarch: qualities of, 7, 288.

“Philosophy of Composition, The”: 6, 31; discussed, xiii; reviewed, 10, xxxi, xxxii; and see 6, 323; 10, 159.

“Philosophy of Furniture”: 9, 174; Note on, 315; and see 1, 103.

Pierpont, John: in “Autography,” 9, 200.

Pike, Albert: in “Autography,” 9, 256; his “Isadore,” 10, 159.

“Pinakidia”: Note on, 7, 355; and see Preface to vol. 6.

Pinkney, Edward C.: “A Health,” quoted, 6, 17; and see 143; 7, 247.

Pioneer, The, Lowell’s: 1, 41; 6, 323; 8, 93.

“Pit and the Pendulum, The”: 1, 309; and see 99, 106.

Plagiarism: 6, 138, et seq.; 7, 242.

Poe, Amelia: on the Halling pastel, 10, 260, 263.

Poe, David: 1, 3.

Poe, Edgar Allan, MEMOIR OF: 1, 3-87; parentage, 3, 4; adopted by the Allans, 4, et seq.; at school in England, 6; in Richmond, Va., 5-9; devotion to Mrs. Stannard, 9; at the University of Va., 10; enlists in the U. S. Army, 11; his first book, “Tamerlane,” etc., 12; his second book, “Al Aaraaf,” etc., 14; entered at West Point, 15, and discharged, 16; his third book, “Poems,” 16; settles at Baltimore, 17; wins prize by the “MS. Found in a Bottle,” 18; rupture with Mr. Allan, and disinheritance, 18; befriended by Kennedy, 20, et seq.; employed on the “So. Literary Messenger,” 20-28; marriage to Miss Clemm, 21, 25; chided for intemperance, by Mr. White, 24; editorial success, 27; leaves the “Messenger,” and goes to New York, and afterwards, to Philadelphia, 28; publishes “Arthur Gordon Pym,” ib.; becomes a writer for the magazines, etc., ib.; the “Conchologist’s First Book,” ib.; connection with Burton and the “Gentleman’s Magazine,” 29-34; issues “Tales of the Arabesque and Grotesque,” 31; irregular habits, 33-36, — his own statement of, 37; plans for the “Penn Magazine,” 37-41; connection with Graham and “Graham’s Magazine,” 38, et seq., succeeded there by Griswold, 39; seeks a Custom House berth, 41; his project of the “Stylus,” 43, 45, 54-59, 78, 79; lectures in Philadelphia, 45; extended reputation as a critic and tale-writer, 46, 47; personal bearing, 48; continued dissipation, 48, 49, 62, 82, 83; home with Mrs. Clemm in Philadelphia, 49-51; his wife ruptures a blood-vessel, 49; return to New York, 51-54; connection with Willis and the “Mirror,” 60, et seq.; appearance of the “Raven,” 61; his “Tales” and “Poems” published by Wiley and Putnam, 61; lectures in New York on American Poetry, ib.; the “Longfellow War,” 62; connection with Briggs and the “Broadway Journal,” 61, 62, purchase of the latter, 62, its demise, 66; reads “Al Aaraaf” in Boston, 65; contributes “The Literati” to “Godey’s,” 66-69; in New York literary society, 69, et seq.; friendship with Mrs. Osgood, 70-72; trouble with Dr. English, 72; poverty and illness, 73; his wife’s suffering, ib.; appeal in his behalf by Willis, etc., 74-78; his wife’s death, 78; his “Eureka” lecture, and publication of the book by that name, ib.; associations with Mrs. Whitman, 79-83; with “Annie,” Mrs. Lewis, etc., ib.; visit to Providence, and parting with Mrs. Whitman, 82; failing health, and engagement of Griswold as editor of his writings, 83; passes summer in Richmond, 83, et seq.; Miss Talley’s reminiscences of, 84-86; engaged to Mrs. Shelton, 86; starts for New York, ib.; relapse, fatal illness, death, and burial in Baltimore, 87.

—— —— AS A TALE-WRITER: 1, 91-121; a romancer, not a novelist, 91-93; contrasted with Hawthorne, 92, 98, 111; not a romanticist, 93; poet even in prose, 93, 94; qualities of his “Romances of Death,” 94-96; his German and other forbears, 96; how far indebted to Ernst Hoffmann, 96-98; Preraphaelite tone, 96; exaltation of music, 97; his prose-poems, “Monos and Una,” etc., 98; his tales of “Old-World Romance,” ib.; “Tales of Conscience,” 99, — of Ratiocination, 100; of Pseudo-science and mock-adventure, 100, 101; versatility of, 101; how affected by his conditions, 102, 120; Baudelaire on, 102, 103; conceptions of Beauty, natural and decorative, in his tales, 102-104; parade of learning, 104-107; his imagination, mental alertness, invention, 107-109; manful pride in his calling, 109; compared with Lowell, ib.; origin and qualities of his prose style, 109-111; defects and mannerisms of, 111-113; purity, 113; want of passion, 113, — of humor, ib.; self-absorbed temperament, 114-116; extreme sensibility, 114; a child of the Perverse, 116; value and limitations of his genius, 116-120; vogue in France, Germany, etc., 117; Baudelaire as his votary and translator, 117, 118; first of the crypto-analytic writers, 119; his romance at the terminus of an Era, 119; pioneer as a writer of the Anglo-American “Short story,” 120; led the revolt against didacticism, ib.; signs of his unused dramatic power, 121. — His methods of work, revision, and publication, 4, 281, et seq.; his own statement of the number of his tales, 286-288; his inaccurate quotations and citations, 289-294; sources of his tales, 295-297; not a plagiarist, ib.; the Moon-Hoax, 8, 138.

—— —— AS A CRITIC: 6, xi-xxvi; a journalist and reviewer, xi; temper and equipment, xii; his abstract essays, on Poetry, etc., xii, et seq.; “Philosophy of Composition,” xiii; an apostle of Taste, ib.; the “Poetic Principle,” xiv; the “Rationale of Verse,” ib.; his longer reviews, xv; “Letter to Mr. —— ——,” xvi; a free lance, xviii; his satire, irony, etc., xviii; the “Literati Papers,” xviii-xx; “Marginalia,” xx; characteriztic defects and merits, xxi, et seq.; his estimates of rising authors, xxii; unable to bear criticism, xxiii; attitude toward Lowell, xxiv; the “Reply to Outis,” xxiv; compared with Lowell, xxv; the chief value of his critical writings, xxvi; story of the “Longfellow War,” 324-330; his appreciation of Longfellow, 324, — sensitiveness as to Longfellow’s attitude, 329, — relations with Lowell, 330; a protest against the “Literati” series, 8, 350, — comment by editor of “Godey’s,” ib.; early views on criticism, 10, 144-153.

—— —— AS A POET: 10, xiii- xxxv; — chiefly known as such by the people, xiii, xiv; opinion sharply divided as to his poetry, xiv, xvii, et seq.; facts agreed upon, xiv; a melodist, and poet of Sound, xv, xvi, xxii-xxv; his early verse, xv, xvi, xix-xxi; prose-poems, xvi; advance to mature power, ib.; “Tamerlane,” “Al Aaraaf,” “Politian,” xix; solely a “lyrist,” xx; his epithets and words, xxi; reliance on time and accent, xxiii; lack of tone, ib.; influence of Shelley, xxiv; the “Sleeper,” “City in the Sea,” etc., xxiv, xxv; “Lenore,” xxv; persistent use of the repetend and refrain, xxv-xxvii, xxxii; facts shown by the Variorum text of his poems, xxv, xxvii; the “Raven and Other Poems,” ib.; influence of Coleridge, xxvi, — of Miss Barrett, ib.; “Israfel,” xxv, xxvii; “To Helen,”’ xxvii; the “Haunted Palace,” xxvii, xxviii; the “Conqueror Worm,” etc., xxviii; lyrics inserted in his tales, ib.; his theories of poetry summarized, xxix-xxxii; disbelief in long poems, xxx; definition of poetry, xxxi; “Philosophy of Composition,” xxxi; the “Raven,” xxxi, xxxii; the “Bells” and “Annabel Lee,” xxxiii; “Ulalume,” ib.; as a southern melodist, xxxiv; summary of his poetic characteriztics and genius, xxxiv, xxxv. — Early views on poetry, 10, 144-153.

—— —— ADDENDA: For editions of his Works and sources of the present text, — see Prefaces to 1, 6, 10; Constituents of “Marginal,” 7, 354; early MSS. of “Tamerlane,” etc., 10, v; sources of text of his poems, 141; Bibliography, to 1895, 10, 267-281; “Outis” on Poe and plagiarism, 6, 144-147; Hirst’s accusations, 8, 238; Poe’s connection with the “Broadway Journal,” 8, 23; letter to G. W. Eveleth, with addition to “Eureka,” 9, 293; Boston lecture, 10, xx; the Poe “Memorial Volume,” 10, 262; — and see 5, 4, 5, 6, 252, 355-359.

Poe, Elizabeth (Arnold): mother of the poet, 1, 3, 4; on her portraits, 10, 262; and see “To my Mother,” 10, 94.

Poe, George: 1, 65.

Poe, John Prentiss: 10, 260.

Poe, Neilson: 1, 14, 21.

Poe, Rosalie: 1, 4.

Poe, Virginia (Clemm): wife of Edgar Allan Poe, 1, 17; her private marriage, 21; public marriage, 25; Poe’s account of her illness, 37; Harris’s description of, 49, 50; removal to New York with Poe, 52-54; acquaintance with Mrs. Osgood, 71; her sufferings, 73; and death, 78; on her portrait, 10, 263; and see 10, xxxiv, also “To my Mother,” 94.

Poe, William: 1, 4.

Poe Manuscripts, Early: of “Tamerlane,” etc., 10, v.

Poems: Text of, 10, 1-138; COLLATION of the several editions and complete VARIORUM of, 141-237; the volume of 1831, published, 1, 16, — collated, 10, 143, — prefatory “Letter to Mr. —— ——,” 144-153, — and see xv.

Poet, the, and idealist: 10, xv.

“Poetic Principle, The”: 6, 3; Poe’s theory of poetry, xiv; and see xxv, 323; 10, xxix, also Preface, vol. 6.

Poetry: Poe’s definitions of, 6, 12; 10, xxxi, 153; its royal prerogative, xiii; Poe’s theories of, summarized, xxix; his early ideas concerning, in “Letter to Mr. —— ——,” 144-153; “metaphysical” poetry, 147, et seq.

POETRY AND THE POETS, ON: 6, 1-320.

“Poets of America,” Keese’s: 8, 150.

“Poets of America, The” (Poe’s lecture): see Preface, vol. 6.

“Poets and Poetry of America,” Griswold’s: review of, 8, 149; Poe’s letter on, 1, 45; and see 1, 41; 6, 323; 10, 166.

“POLITIAN, SCENES FROM”: 10, 47-74; and the “Spanish Student,” compared by Poe, 6, 188-193; variorum of, 10, 187; and see 10, xix.

Portland Magazine: 8, 58; 9, 244.

Portraits: — Facts concerning the portraits of Poe in this edition, 10, 257-266; Of Elizabeth (Arnold) Poe and Virginia (Clemm) Poe, 262, 263; other portraits of Poe, 257, 258, 264-266.

“Power of Words, The”: 1, 236.

“Powhatan,” Seba Smith’s: review of, 8, 242.

Precocity: Lowell on, 10, 249, et seq.

“Predicament, A”: 1, 106.

Prefaces: BY THE EDITORS, see vols. 1, 6, and 10.

“Premature Burial, The”: 3, 213.

Preraphaelitism: in certain Tales, 1, 96.

Prescott, William H.: 7, 20.

Preston, Col. John: 1, 8.

Prose-poems: Poe’s, 10, xvi, xxviii.

“PROSE ROMANCES OF EDGAR A. POE, THE,” 1843: 4, 285.

Prosody: discussed in the “Rationale of Verse,” 6, 47; in Lowell’s “Fables,” 247-249; and see 131; 7, 228-230; 8, 133.

Punch: 7, 213.

“Purloined Letter, The”: 3, 166; and see 1, 94, 100.

Putnam, George P., publisher: “Eureka,” 1, 78; and see 8, 319, and Wiley and Putnam.


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“QUACKS of Helicon, The,” Wilmer’s: review of, 8, 248.

Quarterly Reviews: Poe on, 6, 5; 7, 27, 216; 8, 255.

QUOTATIONS, BOOK-TITLES, AND FOOT-NOTES, POE’S: 4, 289-294.


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RACCONTI Incredidibili: 1, 119.

“Rationale of Verse, The”: 6, 47; discussed, xiv, xx; and see 323.

“Raven, The”: 10, 5; Poe’s account of its construction, 6, xiii, 33, et seq.; other accounts, 10, 156-159; compared with the “Ancient Mariner” by “Outis,” 6, 144-145, 162-172; quoted, 10, xxvi, 240; analyzed, xxxi, xxxii; variorum of, 154; introductions heralding it, 155; date of, 156; and see 6, 67; 10, xvi, 244, 258.

“RAVEN AND OTHER POEMS, THE,” 1845: Poe’s Preface to, 10, 4; collated, 153; and see xv, xxv.

“Raven, The Dying,” Paul Allen’s: and the “Raven,” 6, 143, 160, et seq.

Raymond, Henry J.: charges against Willis, 8, 14.

Read, Thomas Buchanan: 7, 245.

Redding & Co., publishers: 8, 193.

Redfield, J. S., publisher: see Preface to vol. 1.

Refrain, the: Poe’s use of, 10, xvi, — Mis Barrett’s, xxvi.

“Religion”: 7, 315.

Repetend, the: Poe’s use of, 10, xvi, — in “Lenore,” etc., xxv, xxvi.

“Reply to ‘Outis,’ A”: 6, 136; discussed, xxiv; Note on this article and the “Longfellow War,” 324-330.

Reynolds, J. N.: projected South Sea expedition, 5, 355; in “Autography,” 9, 243.

“Rhododaphne,” by Thomas Love Peacock: 7, 258.

Rhythm: of music, verse, and prose, 10, xxiii.

“Rhythmical Creation of Beauty, The”: 10, xxxi.

Rice, Sara Sigourney: 10, 262.

“Rime of the Ancient Mariner”: and the repetend, 10, xxvi.

Rogers, Mary Cecilia (“Marie Rogêt”): 3, 99.

“Romance”: 10, 135; variorum of, 10, 231-234.

ROMANCE, OLD WORLD: 1, 247-343.

ROMANCES OF DEATH: 1, 123-246; — Overture, 125; Terrestrial, 129; Celestial, 213; Finale, 242; reviewed, 94-96.

Romanticism: Poe’s, 10, xx.

Root, M. A. and A. P.: 10, 261.

Rosenbach, Mr.: on Poe’s habits, 1, 48; and see 10, 157.

Rossetti, D. G.: 1, 110.

Royster, Sarah Elmira: — See Mrs. S. E. R. Shelton.

“Rubeta,” Osborn’s: 6, 240, 242; 8, 47.

Ruskin: 1, 109; 6, xvi.


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“SACRED Mountains, The,” Headley’s: review of, 7, 136.

Sadness: as the Note of Beauty, 10, xxxi.

Sanderson, John: in “Autography,” 9, 203.

Sargent, Epes: in the “Literati,” 8, 93; in “Autography,” 9, 251.

Sargent’s Magazine: 8, 93.

Sartain, John: engraves the Osgood portrait, 10, 258.

Sartain’s Union Magazine: 1, 79, 83; 6, 323; 8, 280; and see Notes on the Poems, 10, 141-237.

Saturday Courier (Philadelphia): 8, 238; 9, 216.

Saturday Evening Post (Philadelphia): 7, 52; and see Notes on the Poems, 10, 141, et seq.

Saturday Museum, Clarke’s (Philadelphia): 1, 43, 44; 10, 260; and see Notes on the Poems, 141, et seq.

Saturday News: 9, 206.

Saturday Visiter, (Baltimore): its prize poem, 1, 17, 18; and see 4, 282, also Notes on the Poems, 10, 141, et seq.

Schlegel, Augustus W.: 6, 209, 255, 262; 7, 253.

Schlegel, Frederick: 7, 253.

Schopenhauer: 6, xiii.

Science: and the poet, 10, xxi.

Scott, Sir Walter: Bird compared to, 7, 85-87; and G. P. R. James, 282.

Sedgwick, Catherine M.: in the “Literati,” 8, 116; and Lucretia Davidson, 289; in “Autography,” 9, 211.

“Shadow — a Parable”: 1, 125; and see 94.

Shelley: “I arise from dreams of thee,” quoted, 6, 6; as a lyrist, 10, xxiv; and see 1, 60, 102; 6, 121, 253, 256, 267, 317-320.

Shelton, Mrs. Sarah Elmira (Royster): 1, 11, 79; engaged to Poe, 86; and see 10, 259.

“Sheppard Lee,” Bird’s: review of, 7, 88.

Shew, Mrs. Maria Louise: and the “Bells,” 10, 185; lines to, 193, 195; and see 1, 73. 78, 79; also “To M. L. S.,” 10, 88.

Signal, The: 9, 191.

Sigourney, Mrs. Lydia H.: in “Autography,” 9, 194.

“Silence — a Fable”: 1, 242; and see 1, 94; 10, 25.

“Silence”: poem, 10, 25; variorum of, 177.

Simms, William Gilmore: letter to Poe, 1, 66-69; review of his the “Wigwam and the Cabin,” 7, 92; review of his “Damsel of Darien,” 270; in “Autography,” 9, 200; and see 6, 247; 7, 4.

“Sinless Child, The,” Mrs. E. Oakes Smith’s: review of, 8, 301.

“Sleeper, The”: 10, 14; variorum of, 162-166; and see xxiv.

Slidell, Alexander: — See Mackenzie.

Smith, A. C.: his drawing of Poe, 10, 257, 262.

Smith, Elizabeth Oakes: review of her the “Sinless Child,” 8, 301.

Smith, Richard Penn: in “Autography,” 9, 254.

Smith, Seba: review of his “Powhatan,” 8, 242; in “Autography,” 9, 207; and see 9, 238.

Snodgrass, Dr. J. Evans: Poe’s letter to, 1, 34; and see 87.

“Some Words with a Mummy”: 2, 285.

“Song,” (“I saw thee on thy bridal day”): 10, 131; variorum of, 229.

Sound: Poe the poet of, 10, xxii.

SOURCES OF POE’S TALKS, etc.: see Notes, 4, 295-297.

South, The: 10, 158.

Southern Review: 9, 219.

Southey, Robert: review of his the “Doctor,” 7, 267, and see 132.

“Spanish Student, The”: review of, 6, 219; and see xvii.

Sparks, Jared: in “Autography,” 9, 218.

“Spectacles, The”: 3, 256; and see 1, 46.

Spectator (London): 7, 213; 10, 191.

“Sphinx, The”: 3, 249.

Spirit of the Times: 1, 73; 9, 221.

“Spirits of the Dead”: 10, 128; variorum of, 226.

Sprague, Charles S.: in “Autography,” 9, 246; and see 6, 117; 7, 20.

Stanard, Mrs. Jane S.: 1, 9.

Standard, The (New York): 3, 140.

“Stanley Thorne,” Henry Cockton’s: review of, 7, 97.

“Stanzas” (“In youth have I known”): 10, 122; Note on, 224.

Stedman, E. Clementine (Mrs. Kinney): in “Autography,” 9, 243.

“Stella”: — See “EstelleSarah Anna Lewis.

Stephens, Ann S.: in the “Literati,” 8, 57; in “Autography,” 9, 244.

Stephens, John Lloyd: review of his “Arabia Petraea,” 7, 143.

Stockton, Thomas W.: in “Autography,” 9, 227.

Stoke Newington: Poe at, 1, 105.

Stone, William L.: satirization of, by Osborn, 8, 47; in “Autography,” 9, 217.

Story, Joseph: in “Autography,” 9, 241.

Street, Alfred B.: metre of, analyzed, 6, 94-96; in “Autography,” 9, 253; and see 6, xx.

Stringham, Prof. Irving: 9, 301.

Stuart, F. T.: engraver, 10, 259.

“Stylus, The”: as projected by Poe, 1, 43-45; his plan of, as written to Anthon, 54-59; his letter to Willis, 10, 244; and see 1, 48, 69, 78, 79, 81.

Sue, Eugene: Town’s translation of his “Mysteries of Paris,” 7, 259, and see 252.

Sullivan, J. T. S.: 7, 224.

Sully, Robert: 1, 8, 84.

Sun, The (New York): 2, 196, 204; 8, 136.

Swedenborgians: Poe and the, 7, 242.

“System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether, The”: 3, 301.


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“TALE OF JERUSALEM, A”: 4, 16.

“Tale of the Ragged Mountains, A”: 1, 283; and see 1, 115.

TALES, Poe’s: complete list of, as published, 4, 282-288; (edition of 1845) 4, 286; and see 10, xiii.

TALES OF ADVENTURE AND EXPLORATION: 5, 1-351.

TALES OF CONSCIENCE: 2, 3-74; reviewed, 1, 99, et seq.

TALES OF ILLUSION: 3, 211-325.

TALES OF NATURAL BEAUTY: 2, 75-129; reviewed, 1, 102.

TALES OF PSEUDO-SCIENCE: 2, 131-334.

TALES OF RATIOCINATION: 3, 3-210; reviewed, 1, 109; and see 1, 119.

“TALES OF THE FOLIO CLUB”: 1, 18, 19; 4, 282, 283.

Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque: vols. 1-4; as published in 1840, 1, 31; reviewed, 91-121; and see Preface to vol. 1; 4, 283, 284; 10, xvi.

“Tamerlane”: 10, 97; first version of, with variorum readings, 196-213; Poe’s Notes 10, 213-216; Ed. note on, 216; and see vi, xix, xx, 224, 225, 227, 229.

“TAMERLANE, AND OTHER POEMS,” 1827: Poe’s first book, issue of, 1, 12; collated, 10, 141.

Tattler, The, (New York): 9, 230.

Taylor, Bayard: review of, 8, 277; and see 6, xxii.

Tegner: 6, 121.

“Tell-Tale Heart, The”: 2, 55; and see 1, 115; 4, 281.

Tennyson, Alfred, Lord: Poe on, 1, 60; 6, xxiii; his “Locksley Hall” and “Œnone,” 6, xvii; “The Princess” quoted, 27; eulogized in “Marginalia,” 7, 309; on Poe, 10, xvii; clears Poe of charge of plagiarism, 191; and see 6, 108, 121, 182, 267, 302, 318-320; 8, 208; 10, 216, also “Note,” 96.

Tennyson, Frederick: on music, 10, xxii.

“Thiodolf,” Fouqué’s: review of, 7, 252.

Thomas, Calvin F. S.: 1, 12.

Thomas, Frederick William: first friendship with Poe, 1, 38, 39; Poe’s letters to, 41, 43, 60, 64; in Autography, ” 9, 214.

Thomson, Charles West: in “Autography,” 9, 227.

Thomson, James: author of the “City of Dreadful Night,” 1, 97.

Thoreau: 6, xx.

“Thou Art the Man”: 3, 191.

“Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade, The”: 2, 260.

“Three Sundays in a Week”: 4, 115.

Ticknor, Benjamin H.: 10, 259.

Ticknor & Co., publishers: 8, 130.

Tieck: on music, 1, 97; and Hawthorne, 7, 21, 22; on sound in verse, 10, xxii; and see 1, 93.

“To ——” (version of “A Dream within a Dream”): 10, 228.

“To ——” (“I heed not that my earthly lot”): 10, 87; variorum of, 193.

“To ——” (“The bowers whereat, in dreams, I see”): 10, 133; variorum of, 230.

“To —— ——”: 10, 89; variorum of, 10, 194.

“To F——”: 10, 78; as “To Mary,” compared with Longfellow’s “Seaweed,” 6, 181; variorum of, 10, 189.

“To F——s S. O——d”: 10, 81.

“To Helen” (“Helen, thy beauty is to me”): 10, 77; variorum of, 188; quoted by Lowell, 251; and see xxi.

“To Helen” (“I saw thee once”): 10, 84; addressed to Mrs. Whitman, 1, 79; variorum of, 10, 103.

“To Marie Louise” (Mrs. Shew): MS. variation of “To—— ——,” 10, 194.

“To Mary”: the same as “To F——,” which see.

“To M. L. S——” (Mrs. Shew): 10, 88; variorum of, 194.

“To My Mother”: 10, 94; Note on, 195.

“To One in Paradise”: 10, 79; variorum of, 189-191; attributed to Tennyson, 191; and see 1, 269; 10, xxv, xxviii.

“Tortesa, the Usurer,” Willis’s: review of, 6, 204, 330.

“To Science”: 10, 106; variorum of, 216; and see xxi.

“To the River ——”: 10, 132; variorum of, 230.

Town, C. H.: translation of Sue’s “Mysteries of Paris,” 7, 259, et seq.

“To Zante”: 10, 24; variorum of, 176.

Traylor, Robert Lee: his daguerrotype of Poe, see Preface to vol. 1; and 10, 259.

Tribune, The (New York): and Greeley, 9, 249; and see 8, 75; 10, xxxiv, 239.

Trumbull, John: “McFingal,” 6, 240, 242.

Tucker, N. Beverly: review of his “George Balcombe,” 7, 303; in “Autography” 9, 202; and see 1, 27.

Tuckerman, Henry T.: in “Autography,” 9, 220.

Turner, William W.: 8, 24.

“Twice-Told Tales,” Hawthorne’s: review of, 7, 19.

Tyler, Robert: 1, 41-43.


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“ULALUME”: 10, 431; published in “American Review,” 1, 78; examined, 10, xxxiii; variorum of, 186, 187; introductory note to, by Willis, 187; and see 6, xiii, 121; 10, 244.

“Undine,” Fouqué’s: review of, 7, 254.

Union Magazine: in January, 1849, became “Sartain’s Union Magazine,” which see.

United States Military Magazine (Philadelphia): 10, 257.

University of Virginia: Poe’s life at, 1, 10; and see 1, 105.

“Unparalleled Adventure of One Hans Pfaall, The”: 2, 133; connection with the “moon-hoax,” 8, 138; and see 1, 100, 112.


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“VALENTINE, A”: 10, 82; variorum of, 192.

“Valley Nis, The”: first version of the “Valley of Unrest,” 10, 172.

“Valley of Unrest, The”: 10, 21; variorum of, 171-173; and see xxiv.

Variorum of the Poems: — Covering all readings other than those of the Text as given in this edition, 10, 141-237; disclosures in Variorum, xxv; and see xxvii.

“Vathek,” Beckford’s: 1, 99.

Verplanck, Gulian C.: in the “Literati,” 8, 39.

Versification: as improperly defined, 6, 50, et seq.; and see 7, 227; 8, 133; 234, 312, — also Preface to vol. 6.

“Visit of the Dead”: first version of “Spirits of the Dead,” 10, 226.

Volney: a sentiment of, 7, 256.

“Von Kempelen and his Discovery”: 4, 249.


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“WAIF”, “Proem” to Longfellow’s: review of, 7, 297; and see 6, 136.

“Wakondah,” Mathews’s: review of, 8, 223.

Wallace, William: review of, 8, 280.

Wallace, W. Ross: 10, 265.

Walsh, Robert: review of his “Didactics,” 7, 118; in “Autography,” 9, 195.

Ward, Thomas: review of, 8, 179.

Ware, Henry, Jr.: in “Autography,” 9, 250.

Webber, Charles Wilkins: 7, 19.

Webster, Noah: 8, 346.

Weekly Messenger, Alexander’s: 1, 38.

Weiss, Mrs. Susan Archer (Talley): pen-portrait of Poe, 1, 84-86.

Welby, Amelia B.: review of, 8, 283; and see 6, 79.

Weld, Horatio Hastings: in “Autography,” 9, 230.

Western Messenger: and Emerson, 9, 259.

West Point: Poe at, 1, 105.

Wetmore, Prosper M.: in the “Literati,” 8, 90; in “Autography,” 250.

Whig Monthly, American Whig Review, etc.: — See American Review; a Whig Journal.

Whipple, Edwin Percy: review of, 7, 128; and see 1, 65.

White, Eliza: daughter of T. W. White, 10, 192.

White, Thomas W.: founder “Southern Literary Messenger,” 1, 20; experience with Poe and letters of, 21-28, 35; and see 5, 4.

Whitman, Mrs. Sarah Helen: her acquaintance with Poe, 1, 79-83; and various portraits of Poe, 10, 261, 263, 264; and see 1, 9; also poem, “To Helen,” 10, 84.

Whittier, John Greenleaf: in “Autography,” 9, 244; and see 6, xxiii, 141, 157.

Whitty, J. H.: see Preface to vol. 1.

“Why the Little Frenchman Wears his Hand in a Sling”: 4, 137.

“Wigwam and the Cabin, The,” Simms’s: review of, 7, 92.

Wilde, Richard Henry: in “Autography,” 9, 236.

Wiley & Putnam, publishers: 1, 61; 8, 49, 58, 88; and see G. P. Putnam.

“William Wilson”: 2, 5; in the “Gift,” 1, 31; reflecting Poe’s experiences, 115; and see 1, 112; 7, 36.

Willis, Nathaniel P.: in the “Literati,” 8, 11; employs Poe on “The Mirror,” 1, 60; his pretatory note to the “Raven,” 61; presents Poe to Mrs. Osgood, 70; appeal in the “Home Journal,” 74; ensuing correspondence, 76, 77: quoted, 6, 7, 71; the Longfellow war, 137, et seq., his “Tortesa,” 204, 330; in “Autography,” 9, 197; Note on “Ulalume,” 10, 187; comment, in “Home Journal.” on Griswold’s obituary notice of Poe, 242-247; and see 6, xv, xvii; 8, 17.

Wilmer, Lambert A.: review of his “Quacks of Helicon.” 8, 248: on Poe’s habits, 1, 48; in “Autography,” 9, 229; his Poe manuscripts, 10, vi, 141; and see 1, 18.

Wilson, John (“Christopher North”): review of, 7, 285; and see 6, 178; 7, 214.

Wirt, William: letter to Poe, 1, 13; and see 7, 119.

Wolff, O. L. B.: 6, 186, 187.

Woodberry. G. E.: his Life of Poe, 10, 259.

Wordsworth, William: discussed in “Letter to Mr. —— —— ,” 10, 147, et seq., and see 6, xiv, 262, 318; 7, 99.

“Wyandotte,” Cooper’s: review or, 7, 3.

Wyatt, Thomas: connection with Poe. 1, 29.


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Notes:

For this presentation of the index, it was, obviously, not possible to use Caxton font as indicated by the introduction.

 

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[S:0 - SW, 1895] - Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore - Works - General Index (Stedman and Woodberry, 1895)