Edgar Allan Poe: A Critical Biography

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Index
The Index is arranged alphabetically not only as to the main heads, but also within the heads, so far as the principal items are concerned. Minor page references follow these in order of pages. Then come letters from and to individuals. Letters to and from Poe are placed under "Poe, Edgar Allan," and letters concerning Poe under the writers' names. Volumes by Poe are in capitals and small capitals; all other volumes and all periodicals in italics, and all poems, stories and criticisms in roman type quoted.
Adams, Major General E. S., letters from, to present writer, 119n, 167, 743
Adams, John Quincy, 254
Adams, Samuel, 2
"L'Aeronaute Hollandais," French translation of "Hans Pfaall," 519
AL AARAAF, TAMERLANE AND MINOR POEMS, analysis of, 156-164; contemporary criticism of, 165-166; publication of, 152, 156; title page of, 155
"Al Aaraaf," analysis of, 156-161; criticism of by Neal, 152-154, by Lowell, 433; Poe's explanation of, 138-143, 153-154; publication of, 156; republished, 481n; 171, 175, 180, 182, 183, 185, 194, 269, 374, 374n, 485-486, 487, 562, 668
Aldrich, James, 453, 455, 523
Alexander, Charles W., impression of Poe, 296-297 Letter from, to T. C. Clarke, 296- 297
Alexander's Weekly Messenger, 326, 326n, 327
Alexandria, Poe's mother in, 12
Allan, John, adoption (?) of Poe, 61-63; ambitions to write, 57; ancestry of, 54; attitude toward Poe, 60, 66, 71, 77, 89, 113, 116-117, 136-137, 172-173; birth of, 52; children of, by second marriage, 30n, 207n; Collier, Edward, pays bills for, 61; commercial standing of, 71; cost of Poe's education, in London, 69-73, in Richmond, 60, 82-84, at University of Virginia, 109-113, furnishing Poe with equipment for West Point, 167; death of, 52n, 207; England, in (with family), 64-80; financial difficulties of, 79; homes of, in London, 67, 77, in Richmond, 53, 81, 82, 88-89, 92-93; illegitimate children of, 168-169; inherits from uncle, 92; impression of, by Ann Valentine, 627; marriage of (to Frances Keeling Valentine), 531, (to Louisa G. Patterson), 30n, 170, 207n; partner in firm of Ellis and Allan, 51; refuses Poe permission to return to University of Virginia, 109; refuses to pay Poe's debts at University of Virginia, 112-113; returns to America81; Richmond, comes to, 52, in, 52-64, 81-95, social standing of, in, 55; will of, 168-169; will of, effect of, 207; 51, 117, 132, 133, 134, 135, 148, 151, 152, 166, 186, 191, 194, 198, 206, 527, 578, 671, 685

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