Text: James H. Whitty, “Bibliography (1917),” The Complete Poems of Edgar Allan Poe, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1911, pp. 333-339


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BIBLIOGRAPHY

[THE following abbreviations are used: Y. L. G., The Yankee and Boston Literary Gazette; A. C., Atkinson’s Philadelphia Casket; B. J., Broadway Journal; S. L. M., Southern Literary Messenger; B. G. M., Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine; G. M., Graham’s Magazine; S. M., Philadelphia Saturday Museum; Pio., The Pioneer; A. W. R., American Whig Review; S. E. P., Philadelphia Saturday Evening Post; S. M. V., Baltimore Saturday Morning Visiter; A. M., Baltimore American Museum; G. L. B., Godey’s Lady’s Book; M. M., New York Missionary Memorial; E. M., Evening Mirror; C. M., Columbia Magazine; H. J., Home Journal; S. U. M., Sartain’s Union Magazine; U. M., Union Magazine; C., London Critic; N. Y. T., New York Tribune; F. U, Flag of Our Union; Gr. 1842, The Poets and Poetry of America, 1842; Gr. 1855, The Poets and Poetry of America, 1855; L. W., Literary World; W., Richmond Whig; Gr. 1850, Griswold’s 1850 Works of E. A. Poe; L. E., Literary Emporium; J. L. G., J. Lorimer Graham copy of 1845, poems with Poe’s MS. corrections; MSS. Copy of 1829 poems with Poe’s MS. corrections; E., Richmond Examiner. The editions of 1827, 1829, 1831, and 1845 are indicated by dates; MS., Poe’s Manuscript.]

  1827.   1.   The Vital Stream (No title), 1827; MS.
      2.   An Enigma. Philadelphia Casket, May, 1827; B. G. M., May, 1840.
      3.   Tamerlane. 1827; extracts in Y. L. G., Dec., 1829; 1829; MS. 1829; 1831; 1845.
      4.   Song (I saw thee on thy bridal day). (To ——), 1827, with same title, and 1829; MS. 1829 (In an Album); B. J., ii. 11; 1845.
      5.   Dreams. 1827; MS. 1829.
      6.   Spirits of the Dead. (Visit of the Dead), 1827; 1829; MS. 1829; B. G. M., July, 1839. [page 334:]
      7.   Evening Star. 1827.
      8.   A Dream within a Dream. (Imitation), 1827; extract in Y. L. G., Dec., 1829, (To ——), 1829; incorporated in Tamerlane, 1831; For Annie, MS. London Bookman, Jan., 1909; (To ——), E., Oct., 1849; F. U., March 31, 1849.
      9.   (In Youth Have I Known One With Whom The Earth). (No title), 1827. The title “Stanzas” is the late E. C. Stedman’s.
      10.   A Dream. (No title), 1827; 1829; B. J., ii, 6; 1845.
      11.   (The Happiest Day, The Happiest Hour). (No title), 1827.
      12.   The Lake, To ——. (The Lake), 1827; 1829; MS. 1829; incorporated in Tamerlane 1831, but not in 1845; 1845; M. M., 1846.
  1829.   13.   Sonnet To Science. (No title), 1829; A.C., 1830; 1831; S. L. M., May, 1836; in the Island of the Fay, G. M., June, 1841; B. J., ii, 4; 1845.
      14.   Al Aaraaf. Extracts in Y. L. G., Dec., 1829; re vised in MSS.; 1829; 1831; extracts in S. M., March 4, 1843; 1845; extracts in G. M., Feb., 1845; extracts in S. L. M., Oct., 1848.
      15.   To ——. (The bowers, whereat, in dreams I see). 1829; B. J., ii. ii ; 1845.
      16.   To the River ——. 1829; MS. 1829, (In an Album); B. G. M., Aug., 1839; S. M., March 4, 184356. J., ii, 9; 1845.
      17.   To ——. (I heed not that my earthly lot). (To M ——). 1829; MS. no date, Gr., 1850.
      18.   Fairy-Land. Extracts in Y. L. G., Sept., 1829; 1829; 1831; B. G. M., Aug., 1839; B. J. ii, 13; 1845. [page 335:]
      19.   Romance (Preface), 1829; revised in MSS.; (Introduction), 1831; S. M., March 4, 1843; B. J., ii, 8; 1845.
      20.   Alone. (No title), MS. (From an Album) Scribner’s Magazine, Sept., 1875. Title E. L. Didier’s. Another portion of MS. with title exists, but has some connection with 17.
  1831.   21.   To Helen. 1831; S. L. M., March, 1836; G. M., Sept., 1841, and Feb., 1845; S. M., March 4, 1843; 1845.
      22.   Israfel. 1831; S. L. M., Aug., 1836; G. M., Oct., 1841; S. M., March 4, 1843; B. J., ii, 3; 1845; revised in J. L. G.; E., Oct., 1849.
      23.   The City in the Sea. (The Doomed City), 1831; (The City of Sin), S. L. M., Aug., 1836; A. W. R.; (subtitle, A Prophecy), April, 1845; B. J., ii, 8; 1845; revised in J. L. G.
      24.   The Sleeper. (Irene), 1831; MS. (Irene the Dead), 1836; S. L. M., May, 1836; Gr., 1842; S. M., March 4, 1843; B. J., i, 18; 1845; extracts in letter to Griswold, April 19, 1845; revised in J. L. G.; E., Oct., 1849.
      25.   Lenore. (A Paean), 1831, and with same title, S. L. M. Jan., 1836; Pio., Feb., 1843; S. M., March 4, 1843; B.J.,ii,6; 1845; G.M., Feb., 1845; W., Sept. 18, 1849; revised in J. L. G.; E., Oct., 1849; extracts in S. L. M., May, 1849; Gr., 1850.
      26.   The Valley of Unrest. (The Valley Nis), 1831; and with same title, S. L. M., Feb., 1836; A. W. R., April, 1845; B. J., ii, 9; 1845.
      27.   Lines to Joe Locke. MS., S. M., March 4, 1843. [page 336:]
  1832.   28.   Elizabeth. Written in his cousin Elizabeth Her ring’s album about 1832.
      29.   From an Album. From his cousin Elizabeth Herring’s album about 1832.
      30.   To F——s S. O——d. (To Elizabeth), written in his cousin Elizabeth Herring’s album about 1832. (Lines written in an Album), S. L. M., Sept., 1835; (To ——), B. G. M., Aug., 1839 (To F——), B. J., ii, 10; 1845.
      31.   Hymn. (No title), MS. of Morella about 1832-33; S. L. M. (in Morella), April, 1835; and in the same tale, B. G. M., Nov., 1839; Tales, 1840 and B. J., (Catholic Hymn), ii, 6, and with same title, 1845; revised in J. L. G.
      32.   Scenes from Politian. (Scenes from an Unpublished Drama), MS. about 1831-32; S. L. M., Dec., 1835, Jan., 1836; 1845; extracts in B. J., i, 13; revised in J. L. G. Extracts in The Southern Magazine, Nov., 1875; extracts in The “Chandos Classics.” London and New York, 1888.
  1833.   33.   The Coliseum. S. M. V., 1833 ; S. L. M. (with subtitle A Prize Poem), Aug., 1835; also with subtitle, S. E. P., June 12, 1841; (Coliseum), Gr., 1842; S. M., March 4, 1843; B. J., ii, i; 1845; extracts from MS. in The Bibliophile, London, May, 1909.
  1834.   34.   To One in Paradise. (No title), G. L. B. (in The Visionary), January, 1834, and S. L. M. (in the same), July, 1835; (To Ianthe in Heaven), B. G. M., July, 1839; Tales (in The Visionary), 1840; S. M., March 4, 1843; MS. prior to 1845, with title “To One Departed,” B. J., i, 19; B. J. [page 337:] (in The Assignation), i, 23; 1845; revised in J. L. G.; from MS.; London Spectator, Jan. 1, 1853; same in L. W., Feb. 5, 1853.
  1835.   35.   The Great Man. MS. From Poe’s Southern Literary Messenger desk. Written on paper made prior to 1836. [[Rejected by TOM]]
      36.   To F——. (To Mary), S. L. M., July, 1835; (To One Departed), G. M., March, 1842; and with same title, S. M., March 4, 1843; B. J., i, 17; 1845.
      37.   To Sarah. S. L. M., Aug., 1835.
  1836.   38.   Spiritual Song. MS. from Poe’s Southern Literary Messenger desk, 1836.
      39.   Latin Hymn, in tale Four Beasts in One. S. L. M. title (Epimanes), March, 1836; 1840; B. J., ii, 22.
      40.   Song of Triumph, in Four Beasts in One. S. L. M. title (Epimanes), March, 1836; 1840; B. J., ii, 22.
  1837.   41.   Bridal Ballad, S. L. M., Jan., 1837; (Ballad), S. E. P., July 31, 1841; (Song of the Newly Wedded), S. M., March 4, 1843; B. J., ii, 4; 1845; revised in J. L. G.; E., Oct., 1849.
      42.   Sonnet — To Zante. S. L. M., Jan., 1837; S. M., March 4, 1843; MS. 1840; B. J., ii, 2; 1845.
  1839.   43.   The Haunted Palace. A. M., April, 1839; (No title), B. G. M.; (in the Fall of the House of Usher), Sept., 1839, and Tales (in the same), 1840; Gr., 1842 ; S. M., March 4, 1843 (No title) ; G. M., Feb., 1845; revised in J. L. G.; Tales as before, 1845; MS. about 1849; E., Oct., 1849.
  1840.   44.   Silence. (Silence. A Sonnet), B.G.M., April, 1840; [page 338:] (Sonnet — Silence), S. M., March 4, 1843; and with title, B. J., ii, 3; 1845.
  1845.   45.   The Conqueror Worm. G. M., Jan., 1843; MS.; S. M., March 4, 1843; B. J. (in Ligeia), ii, 12; revised in J. L. G.; 1845; MS. about 1849; E., Oct. 1849.
  1844.   46.   Dream-Land. G. M., June, 1844; B. J., i, 26; 1845; revised in J. L. G.; E., Oct. 29, 1849.
  1845.   47.   The Raven. A. W. R., Feb., 1845; E. M., Jan. 29, 1845; same text in weekly issue Feb. 8, 1845; S. L. M., March, 1845; extracts in Shea MS.; C., June, 1845; extracts in B. J., i, 21; extracts in letter to Griswold, April 19, 1845; L. E., 1845; extracts in G. M., April, 1846; revised in J. L. G.; E., Sept. 25, 1849.
      48.   The Divine Right of Kings. G. M., Oct., 1845.
      49.   Stanzas. G. M., Dec., 1845.
      50.   Impromptu. (To Kate Carol). B. J., i, 17.
      51.   Eulalie. A. W. R., (subtitle, A Song), July, 1845; MS., no date; also with subtitle, B. J., ii, 5; 1845; revised in J. L. G.
      52.   Deep in Earth My Love is Lying. MS.
  1847.   53.   To M. L. S——. MS., Feb., 1847. (To Mrs. M. L. S.); H. J., March 13, 1847. Addressed to Mrs. M. L. Shew.
      54.   Ulalume. A BALLAD. A. W. R. (subtitle, To — — —), December, 1847; H. J., Jan. 1, 1848; L. W., March 3, 1849; E., Oct., 1849; Gr., 1850 and 1855; MS., 1849.
  1848.   55.   Gratitude. Symposia. Jan., 1848.
      56.   To — — —. C. M., March, 1848, addressed to Mrs. M. L. Shew; MS., (To Marie Louise), 1848. [page 339:]
      57.   Sonnet, U. M., March, 1848. MS. sent to Mrs. S. A. Lewis, in Nov., 1847; (An Enigma). Gr., 1850.
      58.   To — — —. U. M., Nov., 1848, addressed to Mrs. S. H. Whitman; (To Helen), Gr., 1850. MS. sent to Bayard Taylor, June 15, 1848.
  1849.   59.   A Valentine. To — — —. E. M., Feb. 21, 1846; S. U. M., March, 1849; F. U., March 3, 1849, dated “Valentine Eve, 1849”; MS. 1846 and 1848. Addressed to Mrs. Frances Sargent Osgood.
      60.   Eldorado, F. U., April 21, 1849; Gr., 1850.
      61.   For Annie. F. U. and H. J., April 28, 1849, E., Oct., 1849; MS. sent to Mrs. Richmond, 1849; Gr., 1850. Another MS., with same title, sent Mrs. Richmond later, has reference to 8.
      62.   Sonnet To My Mother. F. U. (To My Mother), July 7, 1849; E., Oct., 1849; S. L. M., Dec., 1849; Leaflets of Memory, 1850.
      63.   Annabel Lee. N. Y. T., Oct. 9, 1849; S. L. M., Nov., 1849; S. U. M., Jan., 1850. E., Oct., 1849; MS., 1849; Gr., 1850, and 1855.
      64.   The Bells. E., Oct., 1849; S. U. M., Nov., 1849; MS., 1849.

 


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