Edgar Allan Poe: A Critical Biography

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Bibliography
Space limitations have prevented me from publishing an extended Bibliography. As I have indicated in the text or footnotes the date of publication of practically every poem and short story, and of the most important criticisms by Poe, these may be found through the Index. Lists of biographical and critical books and articles concerning Poe, assembled in the hope of publication, I have included in the card files of the Bibliography of American Literature, in preparation through the Works Progress Administration, under the direction of Mr. E. H. O'Neill, at the University of Pennsylvania. This Bibliography is open to all qualified workers in the field. Duplicate files of the Poe section will be furnished by the University of Pennsylvania to any research library, on films, upon application.Under these circumstances, it seemed best to publish a selective working Bibliography for quick reference. Preference has been given to collections and reprints of Poe's own work. Under Biographical and Critical Works," I have listed only books, and have omitted articles, except in a few cases of unusual importance, chiefly historical. All articles quoted in the text have been referred to by full titles in the footnotes.BIBLIOGRAPHIES
CAMPBELL KILLIS, in Cambridge History of American Literature ( New York, 1918), II, 452-468. Accurate and still useful.
-----, in Short Stories of Edgar Allan Poe ( New York, 1927). [Contains an excellent bibliography of the various printings of the stories.]
HARRISON JAMES A., in Virginia Edition of Poe, XVI, 355-379.
HEARTMAN CHARLES F., and REDE KENNETH, A Census of First Editions and Source Materials by Edgar Allan Poe in American Collections, 2 vols. (Metuchen, New Jersey, 1932).
HEARTMAN C. F., and CANNY J. R., A Bibliography of First Printings of the Writings of Edgar Allan Poe ( Hattiesburg, Mississippi, 1940). [Owing to errors, must be checked.]
ROBERTSON JOHN W., A Bibliography of the Writings of Edgar A. Poe, 2 vols. ( San Francisco, 1934).
STEDMAN E. C., and WOODSBERRY G. E., in their edition of Poe's Works, X, 267-281.
WOODBERRY G. E., in his Life of Poe, II, 399-417.
In More Books, the Bulletin of the Boston Public Library, beginning March, 1941, the complete list of the autograph letters of the Griswold Collection has been published.

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