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The Resource The complete tales and poems of Edgar Allan Poe : with selections from his critical writings, with an introduction and explanatory notes by Arthur Hobson Quinn ; texts established, with bibliographical notes, by Edward H. O'Neill

The complete tales and poems of Edgar Allan Poe : with selections from his critical writings, with an introduction and explanatory notes by Arthur Hobson Quinn ; texts established, with bibliographical notes, by Edward H. O'Neill

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The complete tales and poems of Edgar Allan Poe : with selections from his critical writings
Title
The complete tales and poems of Edgar Allan Poe
Title remainder
with selections from his critical writings
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with an introduction and explanatory notes by Arthur Hobson Quinn ; texts established, with bibliographical notes, by Edward H. O'Neill
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eng
Summary
Synopsis: Edgar Allan Poe is credited with having pioneered the short story, having perfected the tale of psychological horror, and having revolutionized modern poetics. The entirety of Poe's body of imaginative work encompasses detective tales, satires, fables, fantasies, science fiction, verse dramas, and some of the most evocative poetry in the English language. This leather bound omnibus collects all of Poe's fiction and poetry in a single volume, including "The Fall of the House of Usher," "The Tell-Tale Heart," "The Pit and the Pendulum, ." "The Raven," "Annabel Lee," the full-length novel The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket, and much more. The Complete Tales and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe is part of Barnes & Noble's series of quality leather bound volumes. Each title in the series presents a classic work in an attractively designed edition bound in genuine bonded leather
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TDJ
Dewey number
810.82
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS2601
LC item number
.Q5 1992
Literary form
mixed forms
Nature of contents
bibliography
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The complete tales and poems of Edgar Allan Poe : with selections from his critical writings, with an introduction and explanatory notes by Arthur Hobson Quinn ; texts established, with bibliographical notes, by Edward H. O'Neill
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"Published ... by arrangement with Alfred A. Knopf, Inc."--Title page verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 1055-1092)
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
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txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1: Introduction -- 2: Poems -- 1: Tamerlane -- 2: Song -- 3: Dreams -- 4: Spirits of the dead -- 5: Evening star -- 6: Dream within a dream -- 7: Stanzas -- 8: Dream -- 9: Happiest day-the happiest hour -- 10: Lake to -- -- 11: Sonnet-to science -- 12: Al Aaraaf -- 13: Romance -- 14: To- -- 15: To the river -- -- 16: To -- -- 17: Fairy-land -- 18: To Helen -- 19: Israfel -- 20: City in the sea -- 21: Sleeper -- 22: Lenore -- 23: Valley of unrest -- 24: Coliseum -- 25: To one in paradise -- 26: Hymn -- 27: To F- -- 28: To F-s S O-d -- 29: Scenes from Politian (an unpublished drama) -- 30: Bridal ballad -- 31: Sonnet -- to Zante -- 32: Haunted palace -- 33: Sonnet-silence -- 34: Conqueror worm -- 35: Dream-land -- 36: Raven -- 37: Eulalie-a song -- 38: Valentine -- 39: To M L S -- -- 40: Ulalume-a ballad -- 41: Enigma -- 42: To -- -- 43: To Helen -- 44: Eldorado -- 45: For Annie -- 46: Sonnet-to my mother -- 47: Annabel Lee -- 48: Bells -- 49: Elizabeth -- 50: Serenade -- 3: Tales -- 1: Metzengerstein -- 2: Duc De L'Omelette -- 3: Tale of Jerusalem -- 4: Loss of breath-a tale neither in nor out of blackwood -- 5: Bon-bon -- 6: Ms found in a bottle -- 7: Assignation -- 8: Berenice -- 9: Morella -- 10: Lionizing -- 11: Hans Phaall -- 12: King pest-a tale containing an allegory -- 13: Shadow-a parable -- 14: Four beasts in one-the homo-cameleopard -- 15: Mystification -- 16: Silence-a fable -- 17: Ligeia -- 18: How to write a blackwood article -- 19: Predicament -- 20: Devil in the belfry -- 21: Man that was used up-a tale of the late bugaboo and kickapoo campaign -- 22: Fall of the house of usher -- 23: William Wilson -- 24: Conversation of Eiros and Charmion -- 25: Why the little Frenchman wears his hand in a sling -- 26: Business man -- 27: Man of the crowd -- 28: Murders in the Rue Morgue -- 29: Descent into the maelstrom -- 30: Island of the Fay -- 31: Colloquy of Monos and Una -- 32: Never bet the devil your head-a tale with a moral -- 33: Eleonora -- 34: Three Sundays in a week -- 35: Oval portrait -- 36: Masque of the red death -- 37: Landscape garden -- 38: Mystery of Marie Roget -- 39: Pit and the pendulum -- 40: Tell-tale heart -- 41: Gold bug -- 42: Black cat -- 43: Diddling considered as one of the exact sciences -- 44: Morning on the Wissahiccon -- 45: Spectacles -- 46: Tale of the ragged mountains -- 47: Balloon-hoax -- 48: Premature burial -- 49: Mesmeric revelation -- 50: Oblong box -- 51: Angel of the odd-an extravaganza -- 52: Thou art the man -- 53: Literary life of Thingum Bob, esq, late editor of the Goosetherumfoodle -- 54: Purloined letter -- 55: Thousand-and-second tale of Scheherazade -- 56: Some words with mummy -- 57: Power of words -- 58: Imp of the perverse -- 59: System of Dr Tarr and Prof Fether -- 60: Facts in the case of M Valdemar -- 61: Sphinx -- 62: Cask of amontillado -- 63: Domain of Arnheim -- 64: Mellonta tauta -- 65: Hop-frog: or, the eight chained ourang-outangs -- 66: Von Kempelen and his discovery -- 67: X-ing a paragrab -- 68: Landor's cottage-a pendant to the domain of Arnheim -- 4: Narrative Of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket -- 5: Criticism -- 1: Letter to B- -- 2: Culprit Fay and other poems / Joseph Rodman Drake -- Alnwick castle, with other poems / Fitz-Greene Halleck -- 3: Poems / William Cullen Bryant -- 4: Old curiosity shop, and other tales -- Master Humphrey's clock / Charles Dickens -- 5: Quacks of helicon, a satire / L A Wilmer -- 6: Exordium (to critical notes, Graham's magazine, January, 1842) -- 7: Ballads and other poems / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow -- 8: Twice-told tales / Nathaniel Hawthorne -- 9: American drama -- 10: Preface to the Raven and other poems -- 11: Philosophy of composition -- 12: Rationale of verse -- 13: Poetic principle -- 6: Marginalia -- 7: Bibliographical and textual notes -- Bibliography
Control code
ocm27992987
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
x, 1092 pages
Isbn
9781566196031
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)27992987
Label
The complete tales and poems of Edgar Allan Poe : with selections from his critical writings, with an introduction and explanatory notes by Arthur Hobson Quinn ; texts established, with bibliographical notes, by Edward H. O'Neill
Publication
Copyright
Note
"Published ... by arrangement with Alfred A. Knopf, Inc."--Title page verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 1055-1092)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1: Introduction -- 2: Poems -- 1: Tamerlane -- 2: Song -- 3: Dreams -- 4: Spirits of the dead -- 5: Evening star -- 6: Dream within a dream -- 7: Stanzas -- 8: Dream -- 9: Happiest day-the happiest hour -- 10: Lake to -- -- 11: Sonnet-to science -- 12: Al Aaraaf -- 13: Romance -- 14: To- -- 15: To the river -- -- 16: To -- -- 17: Fairy-land -- 18: To Helen -- 19: Israfel -- 20: City in the sea -- 21: Sleeper -- 22: Lenore -- 23: Valley of unrest -- 24: Coliseum -- 25: To one in paradise -- 26: Hymn -- 27: To F- -- 28: To F-s S O-d -- 29: Scenes from Politian (an unpublished drama) -- 30: Bridal ballad -- 31: Sonnet -- to Zante -- 32: Haunted palace -- 33: Sonnet-silence -- 34: Conqueror worm -- 35: Dream-land -- 36: Raven -- 37: Eulalie-a song -- 38: Valentine -- 39: To M L S -- -- 40: Ulalume-a ballad -- 41: Enigma -- 42: To -- -- 43: To Helen -- 44: Eldorado -- 45: For Annie -- 46: Sonnet-to my mother -- 47: Annabel Lee -- 48: Bells -- 49: Elizabeth -- 50: Serenade -- 3: Tales -- 1: Metzengerstein -- 2: Duc De L'Omelette -- 3: Tale of Jerusalem -- 4: Loss of breath-a tale neither in nor out of blackwood -- 5: Bon-bon -- 6: Ms found in a bottle -- 7: Assignation -- 8: Berenice -- 9: Morella -- 10: Lionizing -- 11: Hans Phaall -- 12: King pest-a tale containing an allegory -- 13: Shadow-a parable -- 14: Four beasts in one-the homo-cameleopard -- 15: Mystification -- 16: Silence-a fable -- 17: Ligeia -- 18: How to write a blackwood article -- 19: Predicament -- 20: Devil in the belfry -- 21: Man that was used up-a tale of the late bugaboo and kickapoo campaign -- 22: Fall of the house of usher -- 23: William Wilson -- 24: Conversation of Eiros and Charmion -- 25: Why the little Frenchman wears his hand in a sling -- 26: Business man -- 27: Man of the crowd -- 28: Murders in the Rue Morgue -- 29: Descent into the maelstrom -- 30: Island of the Fay -- 31: Colloquy of Monos and Una -- 32: Never bet the devil your head-a tale with a moral -- 33: Eleonora -- 34: Three Sundays in a week -- 35: Oval portrait -- 36: Masque of the red death -- 37: Landscape garden -- 38: Mystery of Marie Roget -- 39: Pit and the pendulum -- 40: Tell-tale heart -- 41: Gold bug -- 42: Black cat -- 43: Diddling considered as one of the exact sciences -- 44: Morning on the Wissahiccon -- 45: Spectacles -- 46: Tale of the ragged mountains -- 47: Balloon-hoax -- 48: Premature burial -- 49: Mesmeric revelation -- 50: Oblong box -- 51: Angel of the odd-an extravaganza -- 52: Thou art the man -- 53: Literary life of Thingum Bob, esq, late editor of the Goosetherumfoodle -- 54: Purloined letter -- 55: Thousand-and-second tale of Scheherazade -- 56: Some words with mummy -- 57: Power of words -- 58: Imp of the perverse -- 59: System of Dr Tarr and Prof Fether -- 60: Facts in the case of M Valdemar -- 61: Sphinx -- 62: Cask of amontillado -- 63: Domain of Arnheim -- 64: Mellonta tauta -- 65: Hop-frog: or, the eight chained ourang-outangs -- 66: Von Kempelen and his discovery -- 67: X-ing a paragrab -- 68: Landor's cottage-a pendant to the domain of Arnheim -- 4: Narrative Of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket -- 5: Criticism -- 1: Letter to B- -- 2: Culprit Fay and other poems / Joseph Rodman Drake -- Alnwick castle, with other poems / Fitz-Greene Halleck -- 3: Poems / William Cullen Bryant -- 4: Old curiosity shop, and other tales -- Master Humphrey's clock / Charles Dickens -- 5: Quacks of helicon, a satire / L A Wilmer -- 6: Exordium (to critical notes, Graham's magazine, January, 1842) -- 7: Ballads and other poems / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow -- 8: Twice-told tales / Nathaniel Hawthorne -- 9: American drama -- 10: Preface to the Raven and other poems -- 11: Philosophy of composition -- 12: Rationale of verse -- 13: Poetic principle -- 6: Marginalia -- 7: Bibliographical and textual notes -- Bibliography
Control code
ocm27992987
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
x, 1092 pages
Isbn
9781566196031
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)27992987

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