Images of Poe's Works: A Comprehensive Descriptive Catalogue of Illustrations

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IMAGES OF POE'S WORKS
A Comprehensive Descriptive Catalogue of Illustrations

Compiled by Burton R. Pollin

Bibliographies and Indexes in American Literature, Number 9

GREENWOOD PRESS New York • Westport, Connecticut • London

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Table of contents

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  • Recent Titles in Bibliographies and Indexes in American Literature ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Computer Inputting and Laser Printing xv
  • Using the Catalogue, Filmography, and Indexes xix
  • Introduction 1
  • The Catalogue 39
  • Argentina 39
  • Austria 42
  • Belgium 45
  • Bolivia 53
  • Brazil 54
  • Canada 55
  • Czechoslovakia 56
  • Denmark 60
  • Finland 64
  • France 65
  • Great Britain 111
  • Germany 133
  • Greece 157
  • Hungary 159
  • India 161
  • Israel 162
  • Italy 164
  • Japan 178
  • Mexico 188
  • Netherlands 189
  • Norway 196
  • Peru 197
  • Poland 198
  • Portugal 200
  • Romania 202
  • Spain 204
  • Sweden 219
  • Switzerland 223
  • Turkey 229
  • Soviet Union 230
  • United States 234
  • Venezuela 320
  • Yugoslavia 321
  • Filmography 323
  • Filmography 325
  • Appendix to Filmography: Films Based on Miscellaneous Materials, Life and Works 357
  • Alternate Film Titles 360
  • Index 1: the Illustrators 363
  • Appendix to Index 1: Outstanding Illustrators 380
  • Key to the Symbols 385
  • Index 2: Year of Publication 386
  • Index 3: Special Editions or Formats 391
  • Index 4: Catalogue Numbers for the Titles of All Illustrated Tales and Poems 393
  • Appendix to Index 4: Titles Without Abbreviations 405
  • Key to Abbreviations: 406
  • Key to Poe Titles: 409
  • Appendix A: the Catalogue Arrangement 412
  • Table of Indexes, Appendixes, and Abbreviations 413
  • About the Compiler 414
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