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    Allison, John. "Poe in Melville's 'The Bell-Tower.'" 29.1 (June 1996): 9-18.

    Amper, Susan. "The Biographer as Assassin: The Hidden Murders in 'The Assignation.'" 35 (2002): 14-21,

    Argersinger, Jana L., and John P. Gonzales. "Subject Index to 'International Poe Bibliography': Poe Scholarship and Criticism, 1989-1993." 29.2 (December 1996): 31-66.

    Argersinger, Jana L., and Steven Gregg. "Subject Index to 'International Poe Bibliography': Poe Scholarship and Criticism, 1983-1988." 24.1&2 (June/December 1991): 1-48.

    Baker, Noelle A. "'This Slender Foundation . . . Made Me Immortal': Sarah Helen Whitman vs. Poe's Helen."32.1&2 (June/December 1999): 8-26.

    Bandy, W. T. "Poe and Tasistro." 23.2 (December 1990): 37-40.

    Bate, Nancy Berkowitz. "I Think, but Am Not: The Nightmare of 'William Wilson.'" 30.1&2 (June/December 1997): 27-38.

    Bayard, Louis and Matthew Pearl. "The Colloquy of Bayard and Pearl: On Poe at 200." 42.1 (2009): 7–13.

    Benton, Richard P. "Poe's 'The Cask of Amontillado': Its Cultural and Historical Backgrounds." 29.1 (June 1996): 19-27.

    Bowers, J. "Chasing Edgar: The Tourist Rhetoric of the Poe Bicentennial." 43 (2010): 59–82.

    Cantalupo, Barbara. "The Lynx in Poe's 'Silence.'" 27.1&2 (June/December 1994): 1-4.

    Cantalupo, Barbara. "Preludes to Eureka: Poe's 'Absolute Reciprocity of Adaptation' in 'Shadow' and 'The Power of Words.'" 31.1&2 (June/December 1998): 17-21.

    Cantalupo, Barbara. "Burton R. Pollin (1916–2009): In Memorium." 42.1 (2009): 4–6.

    Carter, Steven. "From Room to Room: A Note on the Ending of 'The Pit and the Pendulum.'" 31.1&2 (June/December 1998): 35-36.

    Cohen, Patricia Cline. "Marie Louise Shew and Mrs. Maria Poe Clemm: A Photograph." 42.1 (2009): 61–79.

    Colacurcio, Michael J. "Woman's Heart, Woman's Choice: The 'History' of The Scarlet Letter." 39-40 (2006-2007): 104-114.

    Dameron, J. Lasley. "Poe, Plagiarism, and American Periodicals." 30.1&2 (June/December 1997): 39-47.

    Dameron, J. Lasley. "Six More Analogues and Resources for Poe." 31.1&2 (June/December 1998): 36.

    Dayan, Joan. "Poe's Women: A Feminist Poe?" 26.1&2 (June/December 1993): 1-12.

    Degener, David. "Ingram, Sawyer, and 'To Isadore.'" 32.1&2 (June/December 1999): 63.

    Degener, David. "Righting Wrongs: John Henry Ingram's First Publication on Poe." 32.1&2 (June/December 1999): 41-50.

    De Jong, Mary. "'Read Here Thy Name Concealed': Frances Osgood's Poems on Parting with Edgar Allan Poe." 32.1&2 (June/December 1999): 27-40.

    Doyle, Jacqueline. "(Dis)Figuring Woman: Edgar Allan Poe's 'Berenice.'" 26.1&2 (June/December 1993): 13-21.

    du Plessis, H. Eric. "Deliberate Chaos: Poe's Use of Colors in 'The Masque of the Red Death.'" 34.1 (June/December 2001): 40-42.

    Dykman, Aminadav A. "Poe's Poetry in Israel (and Russia)." 33.1&2 (June/December 2000): 33-40.

    Ehrlich, Heyward. "The Electronic Poe." 30.1&2 (June/December 1997): 1-26.

    Elbert, Monika. "Poe's Gothic Mother and the Incubation of Language." 26.1&2 (June/December 1993): 22-33.

    Farrell, Grace. "Romantic Irony in 'The Rescued Fugitives.'" 39-40 (2006-2007): 68-71.

    Farrell, Grace. "The Rescued Fugitives: A Story of the War" (1862). [Lillie Devereux Blake, recovered and edited by Grace Farrell]. 39-40 (2006-2007): 72-76.

    Fisher, Benjamin F. "The 1890s and Edgar Allan Poe." 39-40 (2006-2007): 28-37.

    Forclaz, Roger. "Poe in Europe: Recent German Criticism." 34.1&2 (June/December 2001): 29-39.

    Frank, Adam. "The Letter of the Laugh." 33.1&2 (June/December 2000): 29-32.

    Freedman, William "Poe's Oval Portrait of 'The Oval Portrait.'" 34.1&2 (June/December 2001): 7-12.

    Freedman, William. "Poe's 'Raven': The Word That Is an Answer 'Nevermore.'" 31.1&2 (June/December 1998): 23-31.

    Frye, Steven. Melvillean Skepticism and Alternative Modernity in 'The Lightning-Rod Man.'" 39-40 (2006-2007): 115-25.

    Fusco, Richard. "Poe's 'Life' and Hawthorne's 'Death': A Literary Debate." 35 (2002): 31-37.

    Goddu, Teresa A. "Rethinking Race and Slavery in Poe Studies." 33.1&2 (June/December 2000): 15-18.

    Greven, David. "'The Whole Numerous Race of the Melancholy among Men': Mourning, Hypocrisy, and Same-Sex Desire in Poe's Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym." 41.1 (2008): 31–64.

    Hammond, Alexander. G. R. Thompsn at WSU: Poe Studies and ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance." 39-40 (2006-2007): 17-18.

    Hammond, Alexander. "Literary Commerce and the Discourses of Gastronomy in Poe's "Bon-Bon." 39-40 (2006-2007): 38-45.

    Herrick, Earl M. "Poe's Treatment of 'J' and 'U' in his 'Autography.'" 32.1&2 (June/December 1999): 62.

    Hovey, Kenneth Alan. "'These Many Pieces Are Yet One Book': The Book-Unity of Poe's Tale Collections."31.1&2 (June/December 1998): 1-16.

    Hughes, John. "Poe's Resentful Soul." 34.1&2 (June/December 2001): 20-28.

    Isani, Mukhtar Ali. "Poe and the Lamentation of Ibn Zayyat." 30.1&2 (June/December 1997): 48-49.

    Jackson, Leon. "Poe and Print Culture." 33.1&2 (June/December 2000): 4-9.

    Jackson, Virginia. "Poe, Longfellow, and the Institution of Poetry." 33.1&2 (June/December 2000): 23-28.

    Kennedy, Gerald J. "Unwinnable Wars, Unspeakable Wounds: Locating 'The Man That Was Used Up.'" 39-49 (2006-2007): 77-89.

    Ketterer, David. "Edgar Allan Poe in Edith Wharton's Old New York." 28.1&2 (June/December 1995): 9.

    Ketterer, David. "'Lasalle': A Clue to a 'Positive' Reading of 'The Pit and the Pendulum.'" 32.1&2 (June/December 1999): 64.

    Ketterer, David. "Yann Martel's Life of Pi and Poe's Pym (and 'Berenice')." 42.1 (2009): 80–86.

    Kopley, Richard, and Michael Singer. "Thomas Cottrell Clarke's Poe Collection: New Documents." 25.1&2 (June/December 1992): 1-5.

    Kopley, Richard. "Poe's Taking of Pelham One Two Three Four Five Six." 41.1 (2008): 109–116


    Kot, Paula. "Painful Erasures: Excising the Wild Eye from 'The Oval Portrait.'" 28.1&2 (June/December 1995): 1-6.

    Lamb, Robert Paul. "Flight of the Raven: A Retrospective on the Scholarship of G. R. Thompson." 39-40 (2006-2007): 1-16.

    Lewis, Paul. "A 'Wild' and 'Homely Narrative': Resisting Argument in 'The Black Cat.'" 35 (2002): 1-13.

    Lind, Douglas William. "A Early Unrecorded London Variant of 'The Raven.'" 43 (2010): 85–90.

    Link, Eric Carl. "Who Killed Waldegrave?" 39-40 (2006-2007): 90-103.

    Link, Eric Carl. "The Snow Man: A Brief Afterword" 39-40 (2006-2007): 153.

    Link, Eric Carl, compiler. "G. R. Thompson: A Selected Bibliography." 39-40 (2006-2007): 154-56.

    Ljungquist, Kent. "'Raising the Wind': Earlier Precedents." 27.1&2 (June/December 1992): 42.

    Ljungquist, Kent, and Buford Jones. "William S. Robinson on Griswold, Poe's 'Literary Executioner.'" 28.1&2 (June/December 1995): 7-8.

    Long, David A. "Poe's Political Identity: The Mummy Unswathed." 23.1 (June 1990): 1-22.

    Maligec, Christopher F. S. "'The Raven' as an Elegiac Paraclausithyron." 42.1 (2009): 87–97.

    Marling, William. "Vision and Putrescence: Edogawa Rampo Rereading Edgar Allan Poe." 35 (2002): 22-30.

    Mayer, Ruth. "Neither Life nor Death: Poe's Aesthetic Transfigurations of Popular Notions of Death." 29.1 (June 1996): 1-8.

    McGehee, Michael. "Religious Satire and Poe's 'Angel of the Odd.'" 41.1 (2008): 65–80.

    McGill, Meredith L. "Introduction: New Directions in Poe Studies." 33.1&2 (June/December 2000): 1-3.

    Meyers, Terry L., "An Attack on Lowell at the 1900 MLA Convention: A Poe Supporter Appeals to Swinburne." 35 (2002): 66-70.

    Mitchell, Robert W. "The Natural History of Poe's Orangutan." 31.1&2 (June/December 1998): 32-34.

    Nankov, Nikita.
    "'The Infinite World of the Soul, . . . the Horizons of Unseen Supernatural Skies': Liudmil Stoianov on Edgar Allan Poe." 33.1&2 (June/December 2000): 41-53.

    Neiworth, James, compiler. "International Poe Bibliography: 1998-2000." 35 (2002): 38–65.

    Neufeldt, Leonard. "Not So Neutral Ground: Dick Thompson." 39-40 (2006-2007): 145-52.

    Pahl, Dennis. "Sounding the Sublime: Poe, Burke, and the (Non)Sense of Language." 42.1 (2009): 41–60.

    Pangborn, Matthew. "The Arabian Romance of America in Poe's 'Thousand-and-Second Tale of Schedherazade.'" 43 (2010): 35–58

    Pearl, Matthew and Louis Bayard. "The Colloquy of Bayard and Pearl: On Poe at 200." 42.1 (2009): 7–13.

    Peeples, Scott, compiler. "International Poe Bibliography: 1989-1991." 25.1&2 (June/December 1992): 10-36.

    Peeples, Scott, compiler. "International Poe Bibliography: 1992-1993." 27.1&2 (June/December 1994): 5-27.

    Person, Leland S. "Poe's Poetics of Desire: 'Th' Expanding Eye to the Loved Object.'" 32.1&2 (June/December 1999): 1-7.

    Person, Leland S. "Queer Poe: The Tell-Tale Heart of His Fiction." 41.1 (2008): 7–30.

    Pollin, Burton R. "Bulwer's Rienzi as Multiple Source for Poe." 29.2 (December 1996): 66-68.

    Pollin, Burton R. "Frances Sargent Osgood and Saroni's Musical Times: Documents Linking Poe, Osgood and Griswold." 23.2 (December 1990): 27-36.

    Pollin, Burton R. "Music and Edgar Allan Poe: A Third Annotated Check List." 26.1&2 (June/December 1993): 41-58.

    Pollin, Burton R. "Poe's Word Coinages: Supplement III." 27.1&2 (June/December 1994): 28-40.

    Pollin, Burton R. "The Presence of Poe in Borges's El Hogar." 25.1&2 (June/December 1992): 39.

    Reilly, John E. "Poe's 'Diddling': Still Another Possible Source and Date of Composition." 25.1&2 (June/December 1992): 6-9.

    Reilly, John E. "Preuss and Stoddard on Poe." 25.1&2 (June/December 1992): 38-39.

    Rhoads, Bonita. "Poe's Genre Crossing: From Domesticity to Detection." 42.1 (2009): 14–40.

    Richards, Eliza. "Women's Place in Poe Studies." 33.1&2 (June/December 2000): 10-14.

    Ronnick, Michele Valerie. "Seneca's Medea and Ultima Thule in Poe's 'Dream-land.'" 27.1&2 (June/December 1994): 40-41.

    Rowe, John Carlos. "Space, the Final Frontier: Poe's Eureka as Imperial Fantasy." 39-40 (2006-2007): 19-27.

    Royal, Derek Parker. "Sequential Poe-try: Recent Graphic Narrative Adaptations of Poe." 39-40 (2006-2007): 55-67.

    Sammarcelli, Françoise. "Re-Searched Premises or Intellectual Games with the Other: Notes on Poe's Tales of Ratiocination." 34.1&2 (June/December 2001): 13-19.

    Schöpp, Joseph C. "'Vast Forms That Move Fantastically': Poe, Freud, and the Uncanny." 39-40 (2006-2007): 46-54.

    Smith, Don G. "Shelley's Frankenstein: A Possible Source for Poe's 'MS. Found in a Bottle.'" 25.1&2 (June/December 1992): 37-38.

    Stadler, Gustavus T. "Poe and Queer Studies." 33.1&2 (June/December 2000): 19-22.

    Vander Motten, J. P. "Poe and the Belgian Aesthetic Movement." 33.1&2 (June/December 2000): 54-63.

    von Frank, Albert. "'MS. Found in a Bottle': Poe's Earliest Debt to Tennyson." 34.1&2 (June/December 2001): 1-5.

    Williams, Michael J. S. "Poe's Ugly American: 'A Tale of the Ragged Mountains.'" 32.1&2 (June/December 1999): 51-61.

    Weinstein, Cindy. "When Is Now? Poe's Aesthetics of Temporality." 41.1 (2008): 81–108.

    Yothers, Brian. "Terrors of the Soul: Religious Pluralism, Epistemological Dread, and Cosmic Exaltation in Poe, Hawthorne, and Melville." 39-40 (2006-2007): 136-44.

    Zwarg, Christina. "The Production of Affect and History in Poe's 'Tale of the Ragged Mountains'" 43 (2010): 7–34.

    Reviews

    Ackroyd, Peter. Poe: A Life Cut Short. Ackroyd's Brief Lives. Amper, Susan. Bloom's How to Write about Edgar Allan Poe. Bloom's How to Write About Literature. Connelly, Michael, ed. In the Shadow of the Master: Classic Tales by Edgar Allan Poe and Essays by Jeffery Deaver, Nelson Demille, Tess Gerritsen, Sue Grafton, Stephen King, Laura Lippman, Lisa Scottoline, and Thirteen Others. Fisher, Benjamin F. The Cambridge Introduction to Edgar Allan Poe. Hayes, Kevin J. Edgar Allan Poe. Rev. James M. Hutchisson, "The Permanence of Poe." 43 (2010): 104–115.

    Carlson, Eric., ed. A Companion to Poe Studies. Rev. James Neiworth, "Purveying Poe." 32.1&2 (June/December 1999): 70-73.

    Carlson, Eric W. "The Transcendentalist Poe: A Brief History of Criticism." 34.1&2. (June/December 2001):47–66.

    Clarke, Graham, ed. Edgar Allan Poe: Critical Assessments. Rev. Burton R. Pollin, "Repackaging Poe Scholarship: A 'New' Collection of Criticism by Graham Clarke." 24.1&2 (June/December 1991): 49-54.

    Elmer, Jonathan. Reading at the Social Limit. Rev. Louis A. Renza, "Poe's Masque of Mass Culture or Other-Wise: A Review Essay." 28.1&2 (June/December 1995): 27-33.

    Frank, Frederick S., and Anthony Magistrale, eds. The Poe Encyclopedia. Rev. Burton R. Pollin,
    "A Flawed Poe Guide." 31.1&2 (June/December 1998): 41-45.

    Hansen, Thomas S., and Burton R. Pollin. The German Face of Edgar Allan Poe. Rev. Richard P. Benton, "Poe's German and Germanism." 28.1&2 (June/December 1995): 21-24.

    Holstein, Claudie D., prod. The Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe: The Virginia Edition. Rev. Heyward Ehrlich. "Poe on CD-ROM." 34.1&2 (June/December 2001): 43-47.

    Jackson, Leon., The Business of Letters: Authorial Economies in Antebelllum America. Rev. Lara Langer Cohen. "Antebellum Authorship after Charvat." 42.1 (2009): 130–134.

    Jordan, Cynthia S. Second Stories: The Politics of Language, Form, and Gender in Early American Fictions. Rev. Michael J. S. Williams, "Poe on Women: Recent Perspectives." 26.1&2 (June/December 1993): 34-40.

    Kennedy, Gerald J., ed., A Historical Guide to Edgar Allan Poe. Rev. Leon Jackson. "Historicizing Poe at the Turn of the Century." 35 (2002): 76-82.

    Kennedy, Gerald J., and Liliane Weissberg, eds. Romancing the Shadow: Poe and Race. Rev. Lesley Ginsberg. "The Specter of Race in Poe Studies." 35 (2002): 70-74.

    Kopley, Richard, ed., The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket. Rev. Ian Walker, "A New Annotated Edition of Pym." 32.1&2 (June/December 1999): 74-76.

    Kopley, Richard, ed., Poe's 'Pym': Critical Explorations. Rev. Michael J. S. Williams, "New Bearings on Pym." 28.1&2 (June/December 1995): 11-20.

    Kopley, Richard.
    Edgar Allan Poe and the Dupin Mysteries. Rev. Bruce I. Weiner. "Detecting Poe in Dupin's Detection." 42.1 (2009): 135–143.

    Levine, Stuart and Susan F. Levine, eds. Edgar Allan Poe: Critical Theory, the Major Documents. Rev. Jeffrey A. Savoye, "Examining Poe's Critical Theory." 42.1 (2009): 113–129.

    Magistrate, Tony and Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock, eds. Approaches to Teaching Poe's Prose and Poetry. Rev. Dale E. Peterson, "Proceed with Caution: Poe in the Classroom." 42.1 (2009): 148–152.

    Meyers, Jeffrey. Edgar Allan Poe: His Life and Legacy. Rev. Burton R. Pollin, "Another Poe Biography." 25.1&2 (June/December 1992): 42-44.

    Ostrom, John Ward, Burton R. Pollin and Jeffrey A. Savoye, eds. The Collected Letters of Edgar Allan Poe. Rev. Alexander Hammond, "Poe's Letters Redux." 42.1 (2009): 100–112.

    Person, Leland S., Jr. Aesthetic Headaches: Women and a Masculine Poetics in Poe, Melville, and Hawthorne. Rev. Michael J. S. Williams, "Poe on Women: Recent Perspectives." 26.1&2 (June/December 1993): 34-40.

    Pollin, Burton R. Images of Poe's Works: A Comprehensive Descriptive Catalogue of Illustrations. Rev. Eric Carlson, "Interpreting Poe Visually: A Guide." 23.1 (June 1990): 23-24.

    Pollin, Burton R., and Joseph V. Ridgely, eds. Writings in "The Southern Literary Messenger": Nonfictional Prose. Rev. Joseph J. Moldenhauer, "Poe's Debut as Magazinist and Critic." 31.1&2 (June/December 1998): 37-40.

    Reilly, John E., ed.  John Henry Ingram's Poe Collection. Rev. Burton R. Pollin, "A Revised Guide to the Ingram collection." 28.1&2 (June/December 1995): 24-26.

    Renza, Louis A., Edgar Allan Poe, Wallace Stevens, and the Poetics of American Privacy. Rev. Mutlu Konuk Blasing. "'Write to Privacy': Reading Poe and Stevens." 35 (2002): 74-76.

    Rosenheim, Shawn, and Stephen Rachman, eds. The American Face of Edgar Allan Poe. Rev. Kenneth Dauber, "French Poe Returns Home." 29.1 (June 1996): 27-30.

    Silverman, Kenneth. Edgar A. Poe: Mournful and Never-Ending Remembrance. Rev. Kent J. Ljungquist, "Memory and Mourning." 25.1&2 (June/December 1992): 40-42.

    Scott, Kevin Michael. "'Likewise Masked': Blackface and Whitewash in Melville's 'Benito Cereno.'" 39-40 (2006-2007): 126-135.

    *Thompson, G. R., and Eric Carl Link. Neutral Ground: New Traditionalism and the American Romance Controversy. Rev. Robert S. Levine, "The American Romance Controversy: A Romance." 33.1&2 (June/December 2000): 63-69.

    Walsh, John Evangelist, Midnight Dreary: The Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe. Rev. Benjamin F. Fisher, with Response. "The 'Mystery' of Poe's Death Solved?" 35 (2002): 82-85.

    Warner, Nicholas O. Spirits of America: Intoxication in Nineteenth-Century American Literature. Rev. Michael Pringle. "Intoxication, Antebellum Romanticism, and Poe." 30.1&2 (June/December 1997): 50-52.

    Whalen, Terence. Edgar Allan Poe and the Masses: The Political Economy of Literature in Antebellum America. Rev. Jonathan Elmer, "Literary Capitalism: A Material Rereading of Poe." 32.1&2 (June/December 1999): 65-70.

    Weinstock, Jeffrey Andrew and Tony Magistrate, eds. Approaches to Teaching Poe's Prose and Poetry. Rev. Dale E. Peterson, "Proceed with Caution: Poe in the Classroom." 42.1 (2009): 148–152.

    Williams, Michael J. S. A World of Words: Language and Displacement in the Fiction of Edgar Allan Poe. Rev. Louis A. Renza. "Poe's Last Word: A Review Essay." 23.2 (December 1990): 40-46.

    Zimmerman, Brett. Edgar Allan Poe: Rhetoric and Style. Rev. Kent P.Ljungquist, "Poe's Style: From 'A' to Zimmerman." 42.1 (2009):144–146.

     

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