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INDEX OF NAMES AND TITLES

Works of Poe and anonymous works are indexed by title, other works under the author’s name. An asterisk following an entry indicates that the name or title will be found also in the list of Sources of Texts Collated; a small r following a title denotes a poem rejected from the Poe canon.

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Abbott, Edward: 474n

“About Critics and Criticism”: 377

“Absent Friends” r: 504

Achilles: 13

“Acrostic, An”: 149-150; and “A Dream,” 80; and “Serenade,” 223

Adams, Charles Francis: 13

Addison, Joseph: 296

Adkins, Nelson: 67, 420, 547

Aeschylus: 221

Ainsworth, Harrison: 63

Ainsworth’s Latin Dictionary: 513

Akenside, Mark: 221

“Al Aaraaf”: xxviii, 92-127; and “Tamerlane,” 63, 74, 78; and “Mysterious Star,” 159, 160; and “City in the Sea,” 197, 198; and “Ulalume,” 419, 421.a, 421.b, 423; and other Poe poems, 90, 133, 231, 394; attacked, 395; reviewed, 137; Poe reads in Boston, 559; mentioned, 165, 186, 297, 312, 320, 422, 500, 542

Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane, and Minor Poems *: discussion of the volume, 89, 97, 98, 540; mentioned, 25, 84, 127, 139, 148, 156

Albany: Poe visits, 563

Alexander the Great: 169

Alexander’s Weekly Messenger (Philadelphia): 323, 550

Alfriend, Edward M., on Poe: his affection for children, 480; and John Allan, 537; and nature, 76, 83; and Elmira Royster, 65, 474; and Shakespeare, xxviin, 221

Alfriend, Thomas M.: 65, 76, 221, 474, 567, 571

Allan, John: and the boy Poe, 533, 534, 535, 536, 537; and Poe’s financial troubles, 98, 540, 542, 543; letters from Poe, 22, 95, 516, 539; quarrel with Poe, 538; and West Point appointment, 540; death, 544; mentioned, 3, 5, 65, 82, 515, 520

Allan, Mrs. John (Frances Keeling Valentine): 470, 533, 536, 539

Allan, Mrs. John (Louisa Gabriella Patterson): 544

Allen, Hervey: Israfel, 6, 173, 186, 236, 474n, 547n

Allen, Hervey, and Mabbott: Poe’s Brother, 65, 81, 516, 517, 538n

“Alone”: 145-147, 518. See alsoTo — (To M—)

Alterton, Margaret: 355n

Alterton and Craig: 226n

Ambler, Richard Carey: 6

Amenophis III: 231

American Art Association: 322

American (Americana) Collector (Metuchen, New Jersey): 213, 228, 234n, 508.a, 508.b

American Literature (Durham, N. C.) cited: 93n, 168, 171, 181, 198n, 203, 211, 291, 360n, 370, 372, 374, 380n, 410n

American Metropolitan Magazine (New York): 398, 472

American Monthly Magazine (Boston)*: 139, 168

American Monthly Magazine (New York): 243, 486, 547

American Museum of Literature and the Arts (Baltimore)*: 314, 485, 486, 549

American Notes and Queries (New York): 359n, 364, 432n, 565n

American Review: A Whig Journal (New York)*: xxiii; publishes poems by Poe, 163, 198, 360, 555, 556; “Rationale of Verse” exchanged for “Ulalume,” 392, 412, 413; Poe’s Works reviewed, 217, 355, 372.a; 372.b; mentioned, 426, 431

Amity Street (Baltimore): 232, 544, 545 ­[page 602:]

Amity Street (New York): 525, 560, 561

[An Early Satire]: 5

Anderson Galleries: 348, 476n, 523n

Anderson, Marjorie: 409n

“Angel Face, An” r: 508

“Angel of the Odd, The”: 374

“Annabel Lee”: xxiii, 468-481; “originals” of, 65, 424; and “Tamerlane,” 62; and “City in the Sea,” 203; and “To Zante,” 310; and “Ulalume,” 410; last poem, 567, 568; mentioned, 444, 455

“Annette” r: 509

“Annie”: seeFor Annie

Anniversary; or Poetry and Prose for MDCCCXXIX (London and Philadelphia): 181, 204

Anthon, Professor Charles: 547

Antinoüs: 170

Antiochus IV: 218, 220

Apuleius: 421

Ariosto: 486

Aristidean (New York): 189, 357n, 509, 559

Aristophanes: 12

Aristotle: 221

Arnold, Mrs. (Poe’s grandmother): 530

Arthur, Timothy Shea: 544n

“Assignation, The” (“The Visionary”): and “Dreams,” 67; and “To Helen,” 170; and “To One in Paradise,” 211, 213; and Politian, 291, 293; and “Conqueror Worm,” 327; mentioned, 544

Astarte: 73, 350, 422, 449

Athenaeum (Providence): holdings, 413

Athenaeus: 218, 223

Auber, Daniel-François-Esprit: 412, 420

Audaeus: 118

Aurelian: 218

Auser, Cortland P.: 338

Auslander, Joseph: 421

Ausonius: 91

Austin, Gabriel: 514

Austin, Sarah: 451

“Autography, A Chapter on”: 324n, 426, 546, 551


Babcock, W. H.: 216

“Bachelor’s Address to His Cane, A” r: 508

Bacon, Delia: 163, 543

Baker, Harry T.: 178, 356n

Balderston, Judge Isaiah: 145

Balderston, Lucy Holmes: 145, 518

“Ballad”: seeBridal Ballad

“Ballad” r: 506

“Balloon Hoax, The”: 554

Ballou, Ellen B.: 556n, 557n

Baltimore: Poe lives in (1829) 541, (1831) 543, (1833) 544; Poe lectures, 554; Poe visits (1827-28) 14, 16, 538, (1829) 540, (1835) 546, (1846-49) 468, 501, 561, 563, 565, 568; Poe dies, 569; other mention, 359n, 515, 529

Baltimore American: 516, 545

Baltimore Book: 98, 548

Baltimore Gazette and Daily Advertiser*: 93n, 97, 98, 541

“Baltimore Mary”: see Starr, Mary

Baltimore Minerva: 518. See also Minerva and Emerald

Baltimore Saturday Visiter*: poems by Poe, 221, 222, 223, 225; contest, 227, 544; mentioned, 233, 543, 553n

Baltimore Times: 233, 506

Balzac: 561

Bancroft, George: 118

Bandy, W. T.: 550n

Bangs & Co.: 492, 509, 510

“Bargain Lost, The”: and “Romance,” 129; and “Irenë,” 186; and “Epigram from Pulci,” 211; mentioned, 543

Barhyte, James: 358, 373

Barhyte, Mrs. John: 358, 553

Barhyte, Mary: 358

Barnes, Homer: 398n

Barney, Dr. Lowrey: 399

Barrett, Elizabeth: see Browning, Elizabeth Barrett

Barrett, Oliver: 66, 545n

Basler, Roy P.: 211

Bassett, Dr. John: 15

Bassett, Lenore: 15

Bassett, Margaret: 14-16, 518, 539

Bassett, Richard: 15

Bayless, Joy: 397n, 521n, 551n

Beastall, Mrs. Mary: 542n

Beauchamp, Jereboam O.: 242, 289; Confession . . . , 244, quoted, 290, 292, 296, 297

Beaumont and Fletcher: 290

“Beautiful Physician, The”: see “Beloved Physician, The”

Beddoes, Thomas Lovell: xxix

Belden, Henry M.: 203

Bell, Landon C.: 357n

“Bells, The”: 429-441; and “Dreamland,” 346; and “The Raven,” 373; ­[page 603:] and “Ulalume,” 468; mentioned, 491n, 564, 567

“Beloved Physician, The”: 401-404, 460

Benjamin, Park: 553

Benson, Oscar S.: 569n

Bentley’s Miscellany (London): 374

Benton, Joel: 351n, 357n

Béranger, Pierre: 177

“Berenicë”: and “Tamerlane,” 62; and “Mysterious Star,” 160; and “Valley of Unrest,” 194; mentioned, 348, 480, 545

Berger, Abraham: 465

Bernardin de Saint-Pierre, Jacques-Henri: 90, 117

Biedy, H. Alois: 371

Bierce, Ambrose: 514

Bird, Dr. R. Montgomery: 241n

Birdley, George: 505

Bisco, John: 558

Bjurman, Gunnar: 447

“Black Cat, The”: and “Conqueror Worm,” 327; mentioned, 550, 552

Blackwell, Anna: 447

Blackwood’s Magazine (Edinburgh): 168, 181, 371, 440, 504, 507

Blaetterman, Professor George: 13, 537

Blair, Robert: 318

Blanc, Mme. Thérèse: 453

Blangy, Hermine: 420

Bleecker, George W.: 506

Bliss, Elam: 155, 156n, 542

Blumenfeld, J. P.: 422

Boccaccio: 135

Bolling, Thomas: 14

“Bon-Bon”: and “Bargain Lost,” 211; and Politian, 296, 297; mentioned, 129, 293

Bondurant, Agnes M.: 6, 196, 444n, 537n

Booth, Bradford A., and Jones: xxiv

Booth, Edwin: 564

Boston: Poe born, 531; Tamerlane . . . published, 21, 539; Lyceum lecture, 559

Boston Lyceum: 559

Boston Public Library*: holdings, 383, 392, 561

Boston Transcript: 395, 559

Boswell, James: 190

Bouldin, Leonora: 359n, 570n

Bowen, Eli: 364, 554, 565

“Bowlegged Man, A” r: 514

Boyd, Joseph B.: 322

Brackett, E. A.: 510

Brady, Matthew: 353, 570

Brahe, Tycho: 93, 96, 115

Brainard, John Gardiner Calkins: 118, 485

Bransby, Rev. John: 4, 535

Brennan, Henry Mott: 359n

Brennan, Martha Susannah: 358

Brennan, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Henry: 358, 359, 555

Brennan, Thomas: 555n

Brewer, Rev. E. Cobham: 168

“Bridal Ballad”: 304-310, 546

“Bridge of Sighs, The” r: 507

Briggs, Charles F.: 379, 391, 473n, 557

Brigham, Clarence S.: 441

British Museum: 534n

Broadway Journal*: contributors, 560; Poe edits, 557, 558; file given to Mrs. Whitman, 331, 444; Poe on Boston reading, 395, 559; Poe’s poems, 198, 234, 333, 380; reviews of Miss Barrett, xxvn, 356, 377, 557; of Hirst, 395, 449, 462; of Longfellow, 291, 552, 557; of Lord, 123, 314, 488; other reviews, xxviin, 126, 159, 245, 290, 338, 556n; mentioned, 173, 317, 355n, 379, 383, 385, 423, 432n, 487, 509, 533, 561n

Bromback, Charles: 505

Bronson, Rev. Cotesworth P.: 410, 412, 420, 432, 468

Bronson, Mary Elizabeth (Mrs. M. E. LeDuc): 221, 410, 412, 420, 432, 468

Brooklyn Daily Eagle: 340

Brooks, Nathan Covington: 549, 568, 572n

Brougham, Lord: 171

Brown, Miss Marion E.: 493

Brown, Capt. Thomas: 549n

Brown University: holdings, 244, 493, 511, 512, 541

Browne, Sir Thomas: 23

Browne, William Hand: 505, 519

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett: Poe dedicates The Raven . . . to, 357; Poe reviews, xxv, 356, 557; mentioned, xxix, 330, 372, 405

Browning, Robert: 357n

Bryant, William Cullen: Poe reviews, 61, 203, 469, 547; mentioned, 64, 78, 560

Brydges, Sir Samuel E.: 155n

Buchanan, Rev. John: 533

Buchanan, Dr. Joseph R.: 443n ­[page 604:]

Bulletin of the New York Public Library: see New York Public Library, Bulletin

Bulwer, Edward (Earl Lytton): 156n, 172, 198, 338

Buranelli, Vincent: 94, 347

Burger, Gottfried August: 331n

Burke, William: 6, 535

Burling, Ebenezer: 538

Burns, Robert: xxvii, 80, 306

Burr, C. Chauncey: 567

Burton, William E.: 549, 550

Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine (Philadelphia)*: Poe co-editor, 549; poems, 70, 231, 323; reviews, 163, 310, 426, 432, 440, 447; tales, 312, 318, 486, 550; mentioned, 139, 321, 439, 499, 501

Burwell, William M.: 537

“Business Man, The”: 395

Butler, Samuel: 302

Byron: Poe’s early devotion to, xxvii, 4, 73, 211, 233, 291, 537; Poe abandons the manner of, 540

Works cited: Bride of Abydos, and “Tamerlane,” 64, and “Israfel,” 177, and Politian, 295, and “The Raven,” 372, and “Ulalume,” 419; — Childe Harold, and “Tamerlane,” 64, and “Dreams,” 67, and “Stanzas,” 78, and “The Lake,” 86, and “Al Aaraaf,” 125, and “Israfel,” 171, and “Coliseum,” 226, 230, 231, and “To Frances S. Osgood,” 223; — Deformed Transformed, and “Tamerlane,” 22, and “Al Aaraaf,” 123, and “To Helen,” 170, and Politian, 297; — Don Juan, and “Tamerlane,” 62, 63, 67, and “Imitation,” 76; — The Island, and “Stanzas,” 76, and “Al Aaraaf,” 124: — Manfred, and “ ‘Tamerlane.” 61, and “Spirits of the Dead,” 70, and “Imitation,” 76, and “The Lake,” 86, and “Al Aaraaf,” 118, 119, and “Alone,” 145, and “Coliseum,” 226, 231; — Prisoner of Chillon, and “Alone,” 145, and “To One in Paradise,” 216; — other poems, and “Tamerlane,” 62, 63, and “Dreams,” 67, and “Happiest Day,” 81, 82, and “Al Aaraaf,” 124, 127, and “Romance,” 127, 129, and “To the River,” 133, and “Introduction,” 159, and “Irenë,” 186, and “City in the Sea,” 203

“Byron and Miss Chaworth”: and “Imitation,” 76; and “To One in Paradise,” 212; and “To F —,” 237

Byron, Lady: 70


Cabell, Robert G.: 535, 536

Cabell, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Henry: 567

Caesar: 535

Caesar, Augustus: 62, 220, 327

Cairns, William B.: 94n

Calderon: 450

California: 461, 461

Caligula: 220

Callcott, W. H.: 496

Campbell, Killis: xvii, 6n, 242n; discovered Courier texts, 543n; supervised Facsimile Text Society reprint of Poems (1831)

The Mind of Poe: on poems rejected from Poe canon, 503, 504, 507, 509, 510; on poems tentatively ascribed to Poe, 305, 506; mentioned, 145n, 170, 233, 383

Poems (1917): on Poe’s indebtedness to Byron, 61, 63, 67, 70, 78, 82, 118, 119, 123, 124, 127, 133, 171, 186, 203, 231, 233; on Poe’s indebtedness to Moore, 73, 119, 125, 126, 138, 159, 177, 293; on Poe’s indebtedness to other authors, 120, 160, 167, 170, 178, 179, 296, 346, 452; cited, 69, 132, 191, 212, 295, 321, 421, 426, 464, 474; list of poems on bells, 432n; mentioned, 198n, 222, 236n, 305, 313, 331n, 359n, 387, 423, 453n, 461n

Campbell, Thomas: xxvii, 230, 327, 426

Canning, Sir Launcelot: 318, 328

Canynge, William: 319

Carey, Lea & Carey: 92, 97, 540

Carey, Matthew: 147

Carlson. Eric W.: 461n

Carlton, W. N. C.: 508

Carnes, Edward: 542n

Carter, Dr. John F.: 7, 567, 568

“Cask of Amontillado, The”: 561

Casket, The (Philadelphia)*: 155, 310, 504, 542, 550

Castiglione, Baldassare: 288

“Catholic Hymn”: see “Hymn”

Catterall, Mrs. Ralph T.: 8, 539n

Catullus: 169

Cauthen, Irby Bruce: 145

Century Magazine: 5, 7n, 525

Cervantes: 372, 485 ­[page 605:]

Chamberlayne, William: 290, 319

Channing, William Ellery: 488

Charlottesville: 13

Chase, E. L., and L. F. Parks: 133n

Chase, Elizabeth: rejected poems, 503

Chateaubriand, Itinéraire (Shoberl’s translation): as a source of Poe’s poems, 117, 122, 168, 310, 311, 419, 422; mentioned, 203, 204

Chatterton, Thomas: 22, 319

Chaucer: 194

Chaussée, P. N. de La: 155n

Chaworth, Mary: 76, 211

Child, Lydia Maria: 556

Childs, George W.: 521, 572

Chivers, Thomas Holley: 333, 552, 560; Life of Poe cited, 419, 509, 557n, 558; “To Allegra Florence” quoted, 357; biographies cited, 178, 324, 357; Complete Works cited, 133, 244n, 334

Chorley, Henry F.: 331n

“Christopher North”: see Wilson, Professor John

Chronicles: 121

Cicero: 12, 73, 535

Cist, Lewis J.: 307

“City in the Sea, The”: xxx, 196-204; and “Spirits of the Dead,” 73; and “Al Aaraaf,” 121; and “Irenë,” 186; and “Valley of Unrest,” 189; and Politian, 293; and “Annabel Lee,” 469n

“City of Sin, The”: see “City in the Sea, The”

Clapp, Henry: 512

Clark, Arthur Corning: 521

Clark, Mrs. Jane: 564, 565n

Clark, Willis Gaylord: 420

Clarke, Joseph H.: quoted, 3, 4; mentioned, 5, 12, 167, 535, 569, 572

Clarke, Rev. Samuel: 118

Clarke, Thomas Cottrell: 328, 552, 553

Clarkson, Paul S.: 500

Clason, Augustus W., Jr.: 561

Clason, Isaac Starr: 244n, 395

Classical Journal (Chicago): 167, 169

Classical Weekly (New York): 169, 237, 370

Cleef, Augustus Van: 232

Cleland, Thomas W.: 547n

Clemm, Mrs. William (Maria Poe): 465, 466; cited, 473; and the Duane Messengers, 554; and the Lewises, 424, 521; and the Pedders, 548; and Poe’s marriage, 523, 524, 545; makes home for Poe, 232, 544, 546 quoted, 164, 550n; death of, 572; mentioned, 135, 310, 341, 410, 412, 414, 480, 516, 520n, 530, 543, 557, 561, 563, 565, 571

Clemm, Rev. William T. D.: 569

Cleveland, John: 89

Cloud, Charles Ferree: 227

Coad, Oral S.: 461n, 566n

Coale, Edward J.: 502

Cohane, J. J.: 181, 204

Coleridge, Henry Nelson: 171, 291

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor: Poe not a disciple of, xxvii; quoted, 167, 178, 447; mentioned, 61, 186

“Coliseum, The”: 226-231; and “Tamerlane,” 64; and “Stanzas,” 78; and “Al Aaraaf,” 122, mentioned, 234n, 243n, 297, 405, 544

Collaboration with Mrs. Lewis: 493-496

Colles, Ramsay: 204n

Collier, Thurlow Field: 521n

Collins, William: 410

“Colloquy of Monos and Una”: and “Al Aaraaf,” 125; and “Coliseum,” 231; and Politian, 293; and “For Annie,” 460

Colophon (New York): 439

Colossians: 207, 404

Colton, Cullen B.: 360n

Colton, George Hooker: 360, 392, 412, 555

Colton, Walter: 555n

Columbia Spy (Columbia, Pa.): 508, 554, 565

Columbia University*: holdings, 17, 548

Columbian Lady’s and Gentleman’s Magazine (New York)*: “Byron and Miss Chaworth;” 76, 212, 237; mentioned, 333, 383, 509, 510

Columbus: 295

Commercial Advertiser (New York): 547n, 562n

Comstock, J. L.: 508

Conchologist’s First Book, The: 499, 548n, 549, 563

Cone, Spencer Wallace: 198, 323

Conklin, George W.: 513

“Conqueror Worm, The”: 323-328; and “Romance,” 129; mentioned, 552

Conrad, Judge Robert: 563

“The Conversation of Eiros and Charmion”: and “Al Aaraaf,” 125; and Politian, 292; and “The Raven,” 374

Converse, Rev. Amasa: 546

Cook, Ann: 242, 289; Letters of Ann ­[page 606:] Cook, later Mrs. Beauchamp quoted, 290, 292, 294, 297; mentioned, 244, 288

Cooke, Philip Pendleton: cited, 177, 211, 356n; mentioned, 323, 480, 560

Cooper, James Fenimore: 314, 464, 544

Corinthians: 347, 462

Corks and Curls (student annual at University of Virginia): 241n, 514

Cosmopolitan Art Journal (New York): 490, 572

Cotton, Charles: 420

Cotton, James S.: 205n

Couplet (from “The Fall of the House of Usher”): 318-319

Cowley, Abraham: 390

Cooper, William: quoted, 16, 21, 118, 119, 120, 134, 439, 440

Crabbe, George: 312

“Cradle or Coffin, The” r: 512

Craig, Hardin: 226n

Cranch, Christopher P.: 394

Crane, Alexander T.: 491-492, 570

Critic (New York): 564n

Cruikshank, George: 13

Cullen, Thomas S.: 213

Cullum, George W.: 156n

Cunningham, Allan: 181

Cushing, Caleb: 559


Dacier, Madame André: 179

Dameron, John Leslie: 374

Damon, S. Foster: 324n, 357n

Dana, Richard Henry: 372

Daniel, Bishop of Surviev: 204

Daniel, John M.: 332, 362, 565, 568

Dante: xxvi, 194, 203, 374

Darley, Felix O. C.: 328, 553

Darley, George: xxix, 205

Daughrity, Kenneth: 420

Davidson, Edward H.: 139, 189

Davidson, Lucretia Maria: 173

Davidson, Margaret Miller: 331

Davis, Richard Beale: 314, 370, 509

Dawes, Rufus: 487

Dawson, Mrs.: 145n

“Decided Loss, A”: 221, 543

“Deep in Earth”: 396; 347, 467n

DeGrand, P. P. F.: 539

DeGraw, James L.: 388

Delavan, General Daniel: 338

Dellquest, August William: 16

Dellquest, Augustus Wilfred: 16

De l’Orme: 309

Democratic Review: see United States Magazine and Democratic Review

Democritus: 12

“Demon of the Doldrums, The” r: 513

“Demon of the Fire, The” r: 512

Demosthenes: 486

“Departed, The” r: 509

Derby, James C.: 412n

“Descent into the Maelström, A”: 348, 551

Devereaux, James: 232

Devereaux, Mary: 232

“Devil in the Belfry, The”: and “The Bells,” 431, 440; mentioned, 549

Dial, The (New York): xxix, 222, 543n

Dick, Thomas: 500n

Dickens, Charles: Poe meets, 552, reviews, 355, 546, forecasts outcome of Barnaby Rudge, 551; mentioned, 13n, 356, 432n, 534n, 550

“Diddling”: 488

Didier, Eugene L.: published “Oh, Tempora! Oh, Mores!” 8, “Alone,” 145n; mentioned, 3, 511, 518; Life and Poems of . . . Poe cited, on Poe poems, 71, 540, on Poe, 546n, 570n, on Poe’s father, 531n, 533, mentioned, 515n

Didier, Henry: 515

Dielman, L. H.: 546n

Dietz, F. Meredith: 567n

Diogenes the Cynic: 12

Dionysius the Areopagite: 124

“Dirge”: see “Lenore”

D’Israeli, Isaac: 155n, 391, 462

Ditmars, Chauncey C. L.: 429n

“Divine Right of Kings, The”: 382-385, 509

Dixon, Mary Jane Poitiaux: 359n, 470, 534n

Doings of Gotham: 508, 554

Dollar Newspaper (Philadelphia)*: 354, 489, 553

“Domain of Arnheim, The”: and “Sonnet — To Science,” 91; and “Al Aaraaf,” 121; and “To Marie Louise,” 409; mentioned, 563

[Don Pompioso]: 7

“Doomed City, The”: see “City in the Sea, The”

Doppelgänger: 421

Doten, Elizabeth: 512

Doucet, Father Edward, S. J.: 562

Downing, A. J.: 552

Dowson, Ernest: 203 ­[page 607:]

Dózsa, George: 61

Drake, Joseph Rodman: xxvii, 301, 546

“Drake-Halleck”: xxvii, 301

Drayton, Colonel William: 539, 550

“Dream, A”: 79-80; and Politian, 292

“Dream, A” r: 504

“Dream, A” r: 510

“Dream: ‘The Angel’ ” r: 512

“Dream Within a Dream, A”: xxix, 450-452; and “Imitation,” 75; and “To —,’ 130; and “Fairy Land [II],” 163; and Politian, 454

“Dream-Land”: 342-347; and “Spirits of the Dead,” 73; and “Fairyland [I],” 141; and “Ulalume,” 421; and “Eldorado,” 464; mentioned, 554

“Dreams”: 67-69; and “Evening Star,” 74; and “Al Aaraaf,” 123; and Politian, 295

Drinkwater, John: 327

Dryden, John: 137, 172n, 292, 293, 422, 480

Duane, William J.: 554

Dubouchet, C. Auguste: 550

Dubourg, the Misses: 534

“Duc de l’Omelette, The”: 543

Dumas, Alexandre: 544n

Dunlap, Lloyd A.: 6n

Dupin, C. Auguste: 550

Du Pin, Louis-Ellies: 118

Durham, Frank M.: 168

Durham, Rosa: 516

DuSolle, John Stevenson: 362n

Duval, Peter: 499n, 548, 549

Duval, Governor William P.: 16

Duyckinck, Evert A.: 244, 413, 492, 558

Dyer, Colonel D. B.: 16


Earle, Dr. Pliny: 507

Ecclesiastes: 338

Edgar, Mr.: 530

“Edgar A. Perry”: 539

“Edgar Allan Poe” r: 511

“Edward S. T. Grey” (Poe’s pseudonym): 383, 443

Edwards, Patricia Ann: 372, 374

Egan, Pierce: 13

Egli, Jakob: 62

“Eldorado”: xxiii, 461-465; and “Dream-Land,” 346; mentioned, 566

“Eleonora”: and “Dreams,” 69; and “Al Aaraaf,” 122, 123; and “Valley of Unrest,” 194; and “Lenore,” 331; and “The Raven,” 356, 373; mentioned, 484, 523, 551

“Elizabeth [Rebecca]”: 132, 147-149

“Elk, The”: 553

Ellet, Mrs. Elizabeth F.: 557n, 559, 560

Elliott, Charles Loring: 424

Elliott, William: 293

Ellis & Allan (firm): 67, 533

Ellis and Allan Papers*: 5

Ellis, Charles: 533, 535

Ellis, Thomas: 212, 533n, 535, 536n, 544n

Emerson, Ralph Waldo: 346, 461

Emma Willard School: 372n

Emery University: holdings, 497

English, Thomas Dunn: autobiography, 373, 509; edits Aristidean, 559, Aurora, 555, John-Donkey, 414; meets Poe, 550, observes Poe’s debt to Miss Barrett, 357n: on Poe and Mrs. Osgood, 557; probable author of rejected poems, 509, 511; quarrel with Poe, 553, 560, 561; mentioned, 360n, 465n, 554, 556n, 558, 570n

English Notes for General Circulation r: 508

“Enigma” r: 504

“Enigma” [on Shakespeare]: 220-222

“Enigma, An” [Sarah Anna Lewis]: 424-426; 388

Enoch Pratt Free Library (Baltimore)*: holdings, 310, 386, 506, 508

“Epigram” [from Pulci]: 211

“Epigram for Wall Street”: 378

“Epimanes” (“Four Beasts in One”): poems in, 218, 220; mentioned, 290, 544

Epiphanes: 218

[Epistola ad Magistrum]: 4-5

Eucleian Society: 558

“Eulalie”: 347-350; and “Mysterious Star,” 74; and “The Raven,” 356; and “Ulalume,” 419; and “To Helen [Whitman],” 449; mentioned, 396, 422, 467, 523

Eureka: and “Al Aaraaf,” 94; and “Conqueror Worm,” 326; and “To Marie Louise,” 408; and “Ulalume,” 423; and “An Enigma,” 426; and “To Helen [Whitman],” 447; as a lecture, 564; mentioned, 565

Euripides: 12, 166, 168, 207, 221

Eveleth, George: Poe’s letters to, cited, 179, 351, 373, 374. 392, 412; his letter ­[page 608:] to Poe cited, 371; mentioned, 241, 510, 562, 563

Evening Mirror (New York)*: first printing of “The Raven,” 361, 555; Poe’s publications, 334, 378, 387, 439; Poe joins the staff, 554; mentioned, 332, 391, 561

“Evening Star”: 73-74; and “Tamerlane,” 63; and “Ulalume,” 422

Everyman: 169

Ewing, William: 534

Exodus: 194

[Experimental Verses]: 14

Explicator (Fredericksburg, Va.): 83, 159, 420

“Extract from an Unfinished Poem” r: 506

Ezekiel: 194

Ezra: 124


Facsimile Text Society publications: Tamerlane. . . 15, 17, 21, 539; Al Aaraaf . . . 89; Poems, 155; The Raven . . . , see list of Sources of Texts Collated

“Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar, The”: 558

Fairfield, Francis Gerry: 343n, 359n, 362n, 513

Fairfield, Sumner Lincoln: 198, 541n

“Fairyland” [I]: 138-142; and “Tamerlane,” 63; and “The Valley Nis,” 195; and “Serenade,” 223; and “Dream-Land,” 343, 346; and “Ulalume,” 423

“Fairy Land” [II]: 161-163; and “The Sleeper,” 189

Falconer, W.: 374

“Fall of the House of Usher, The”: and “Al Aaraaf,” 94, 127; and “Romance,” 128; and “Israfel,” 177; and Politian, 291, 293; and “Haunted Palace,” 312, 318; and “Motto for the Stylus,” 328; and “The Raven,” 353; and “Ulalume,” 423; mentioned, 550

“Fanny”: 225-226; and “To —,” 224

“Farewell to Earth” r: 512

[Farewell to Master Clarke]: 5

Farley, Mary A.: 555n

Farmer’s Cabinet (Philadelphia): 548n

“Female Virtue” r: 504

Fenwick, Samuel: 359n, 432n

Ferguson, Professor DeLancey: 193

“Few Words About Brainard, A”: and “Fairyland,” 138

Field, Joseph M.: 570n

Fields, J. T.: 552n

Finch, Myron: 491

Finley, Ruth E.: 511

“Fire Legend, The” r: 512

“Fire-Fiend — A Nightmare, The” r: 511

“First Day of May, The” r: 507

“First of May” r: 505

Fisher, Clotilda: 533

Fisher, E. Burke: 549

Fisher, Elizabeth: 533

Fisher, George D.: 536n

Fitzgerald, Bishop O. P.: 568n

Flag of Our Union (Boston)*: 387, 454, 466, 489, 566

Flamma, Mrs. Ario: 449

“Flora” r: 509

For Annie”: xxx, 452-461; and Bridal Ballad,” 310; and “To Helen [Whitman],” 448; mentioned, 217, 486, 564n, 566, 568. See also “Dream Within a Dream, A”

Fordham: Poe family moves to, 561; Virginia dies, 524; Jesuit friends, 537; Mrs. Shew visits, 221, 232, 359, 399; the Bronsons visit, 410

Foreign Quarterly Review (London): 189, 314

“Forest Reverie, The” r: 509

Forrest, William Mentzel: xxvi

“Forsaken, The” r: 508

Forster, John: 314

Forsythe, Robert S.: 372

Foscolo, Ugo: 289, 311

Foster, Mrs.: 554n

Fouqué, Friedrich Heinrich Karl: 563

“Fragment of a Campaign Song”: 340-342

Francis, John W.: 558

Franklin, Benjamin: 7

Fraser’s Magazine (London): 373

Freiligrath, Ferdinand: 371

French, John C.: 222, 224, 569n

Friedland, Lewis W.: 481

Fruit, John Phelps: 86, 94n, 124, 320, 330n

Fuller, Hiram: 561

Fuller, Margaret: 351, 451


Gabriel: 119

Galignani edition of Coleridge, Shelley and Keats (1829): xviii, 371, 542n

Gallagher, William D.: 306

Galt, James K.: 359n ­[page 609:]

Galt, William: 536

“Galwegian, A”: 169

Gardette, Charles D.: 512

Gay, John: 195

Genesis: 64, 172, 189, 197, 203, 327, 394, 401

“Geoffrey Quarles”: see Leigh, Oliver

George, Miles: 538

Gholson, Thomas S.: 537

Gibbon, Edward: 226n, 230, 341, 318

Gibson, Thomas W.: 150, 542

Giles, Judge A. E.: 432n

Gill, William Fearing: 359, 423, 512

Life of . . . Poe*: on Poe poems, 371, 372, 502; on Poe, and his parents, 3, 532, 543n, 559n, 560n, 572n; on Poe and Griswold, 553n; reproduces Stylus design, 329, Poe letter, 500, poems by W. H. Poe, 518; mentioned, 476n, 569n

Gillespie William M.: 556n

Giovio, Paolo: 329

Gleason, Frederick: 387

Godey, Louis A.: 360, 544, 561, 563, 567

Godey’s Lady’s Book (Philadelphia)*: “Literati,” 293, 391, 560, 561; reviews, 245, 411; tales, 450, 489, 561, 566; mentioned, 398, 511, 550. See also Lady’s Book

Goethe: 118, 295, 486

“Gold-Bug, The”: and “The Raven,” 351, 373; mentioned, xxv, 354, 552, 553

Goldsmith, Oliver: 61

Goodisson, William: 116

Goodwin, William A. R.: 563n

Gordon, Armistead C.: 183

Gove, Mrs. Mary: see Nichols, Mrs. Mary Gove

Gowans, William: 523, 547

Graham, George Rex: his letter on Poe quoted, 423; on Virginia Poe, 524; rejects “The Raven,” 360, 555; unites Casket and Burton’s to form Graham’s Magazine, 550; mentioned, 552, 553n, 563

Graham, William H.: 553

Graham’s Magazine (Philadelphia)*: Poe an editor, 550-551; Poe’s poems, 236, 323, 382, 383, 385; rejected poems, 509, 510; Poe’s tales, 198, 359, 484, 487, 550, 551, 560; Poe’s review of Barnaby Rudge, 355, 552: other Poe reviews, 63, 80, 98, 118, 138, 171, 244, 331, 391, 426, 447, 463, 485, 487, 488; Lowell’s sketch of Poe, 164, 333, 555; “Marginalia,” 408; Mrs. Whitman’s poems, 95, 293, 443n; engraved fashion plate, 570; mentioned, 374, 377, 451, 492, 552, 566

“Gratitude” r: 510

Gravely, William: 373, 509

Graves, Charles Marshall: 5, 7, 236n

Gray, Thomas: 64, 125, 230, 231, 439

“Great Man, The” r: 507

Greeley, Horace: 558

Greene, Belle da Costa: 242, 419, 449

Gresset, Jean Baptiste: 353

Griffis, Reverend William EIliot: 158n

Grigg, J.: 504

Griswold, Captain H. W.: 539

Griswold, Rufus Wilmot: 551n; letters from Poe, 165n, 312, 475: succeeds Poe as Graham’s editor, 552; sends “Annabel Lee” to Tribune, 476; writes obituary of Poe signed “Ludwig,” 441, 470n, 475n, 571; bequeaths Osgood portraits, 557n, 570n; his papers, 387; mentioned, 383n, 397, 398, 465, 492, 556, 558

“Memoir”: 473n, 571; Mrs. Osgood’s contribution, 473; on Politian, 227, 243; Praise of “To Helen [Whitman],” 441; on Poe’s life, 543n, 550n; on Boston Lyceum lecture, 559n

Poets and Poetry*: first edition, 551; reviews of, 314, 552n; mentioned, 323, 342, 455, 475, 506

Works*: xvii, xviii; compilation, 424-425; “Memoir,” 473; and Rosalie Poe, 521; mentioned, 334, 426, 455, 462, 552

Guion, Thomas: 411

Gwynn, William: 97, 541


Hadrian: 231

Haines, Hiram: 546

Hale, Sarah Josepha: 448, 491n, 540n, 550

Hall, Captain Basil: 331n

Hall, Carroll Douglas: 514

Hall, S. C.: 159

Halleck, Fitz-Greene: Poe reviews, xxvii, 546; his poems quoted, 67, 422; mentioned, 341, 547, 555, 558, 560n

Hall-Quest, Alfred: 565

Hammersley, D.: 565

Hand, Mary A.: 505, 519

“Hans Pfaall”: and “Al Aaraaf,” 126; and ­[page 610:] “Dream-Land,” 342; and “Eldorado,” 462; mentioned, 545

“The Happiest Day”: 80-82; and “Romance,” 129; and “To [Elmira],” 132; Politian, 295

Harley, Lady Charlotte: 125, 212

Harper, Henry H.: 371

Harper’s New Monthly Magazine (New York)*: 156n, 232, 470n, 542n

Harrington, Reverend Henry F.: 563n

Harrison, Gabriel: 340, 555

Harrison, James A., Complete Works cited (for specific subjects see individual entries): xvii, 13, 92, 164n, 323n, 324n, 359n, 423, 469n, 505, 509, 510, 512, 533n, 537n, 553n, 558n, 567n, 568n, 569n, 571n, 572

Hart, John S.: 431, 476n

Hart, Richard H.: 310, 508

Harte, Bret: 420

Harvard: holdings, 3, 387, 475, 491, 548n

Harwell, Richard Barksdale: 497, 540n

Hatch and Dunning: 89, 98, 540

“Haunted Palace, The”: xxix, 312-318; and “To Helen,” 170; mentioned, 549

Havelock, E. A.: 169

Haviland, Thomas P.: xxvin, 137

Hawthorne, Nathaniel: 552, 563

Haynes, Robert H.: 491

Headley, Joel T.: 561

Heartman, Charles F., and Canny: 504, 506, 508, 514

Heath, James Ewell: 545n

“Heaven”: see “Fairyland” [I]

Hebrides: 190

Hemans, Mrs. Felicia: xxix, 216, 331, 496

Henderson, John Oscar: 513

Henderson, Paul G.: 503, 513

“Henry Wilton” (John H. Hewitt): 227, 544

Hepburn, Freeman F.: 508

Heraclitus of Ephesus: 12

Herbelot, Barthélemy d’: 23, 90, 420

Herodotus: 327

Herring, Elizabeth Rebecca: Poe poems addressed to, 147-149, 233; Poe’s letter, 523; mentioned, 130, 545, 562, 569

Herring, Henry: 569

Herring, Mary Estelle: 136, 213, 216, 234, 523

Hewitt, John Hill: Recollections of Poe, 497, 540n; mentioned, 137n, 227, 518, 544, 572

Hewitt, Mrs. Mary E.: 473, 558, 561

“Hexameter”: 339

Heywood, Amos Bardwell: 523n

Heywood, Sarah: see Trumbell, Sarah Heywood

Higginson, Thomas W.: 330, 559

High, William J.: 541n

Highet, Gilbert: 370

Hill, George: 178, xixn

Hilton, Miss Sylvia C.: 397

Hirst, Henry B.: 355, 550; biographical sketch of Poe, 123, 124, 150, 165n, 332, 553n, 570n; owned manuscripts of “Eulalie,” 348, of “Annabel Lee,” 475; Poe’s review of his “The Coming of the Mammoth,” 395, 462; his parody of “The Haunted Palace,” 317; his poems quoted, 346, 355, 448, 449; mentioned, 334, 359, 491

Hoffman, Charles Fenno: on “The Raven,” 351; editor of American Monthly Magazine, 547; mentioned, 243, 245, 397n

Hogan, Frank J.: 433

Hogg, R. M.: 83n, 129, 190, 198n, 480

Holden’s Dollar Magazine (New York): 464, 511

Holley, David W.: 360n

Holmes, Lucy: see Balderston, Lucy Holmes

Holmes, Oliver Wendell: 572

Holt, Palmer C.: 90n, 167, 171, 291, 419, 422

[Holy Eyes]: 404-405; and “To Helen [Whitman],” 448

Home Journal (New York)*: Miss Bronson’s recollections, 221, 410; Mrs. Whitman’s poem to Poe, 441; Poe accused of plagiarism, 448; Poe’s poems, 400, 413, 433, 453n; mentioned, xxvi, 334, 362n, 455, 476, 554n

Homer: 166, 221; Odyssey 167, 291, 373

Hood, Thomas: xxix, 321, 423, 440, 453, 504

“Hop-Frog”: 566

Hopkins, Charles D.: 531

Hopkins, J. H.: 562n

Hopkins, John Henry Jr.: 564

Hopkinson, Joseph: 97, 540

Horace: xxvi, 288, 372, 535, 537n

Horne, R. H.: 447, 555

Hotten, John Camden: 13

Houghton, Reverend Henry: 402 ­[page 611:]

Houghton, Mrs. Roland S.: see Shew, Marie Louise

“How mildly the sun of the even” r: 508

“How to Write a Blackwood Article”: and “Al Aaraaf,” 121; and “Fairyland” [I], 142; mentioned, 440, 485, 549

Howard, Bronson: 465n

Howard, Frederick H.: 532n

Howard, Henry, Earl of Surrey: 294

Howard, Nat: 4

Howells, William Dean: 419

Hubbell, Jay B.: on “Oh, Tempora! Oh, Mores!” 7, 8n

Hudson, Henry Norman: 426

Hudson River School: 190, 420

Hughes, William Little: 289

Hugo, Victor: 297

Hulme, Frederick W.: 120

“Humanity” r: 510

Hunt, Freeman: 561

Hunter, Henry: 90, 117

Hunter, Louise Olivia: 558, 563

Hunter, William B., Jr.: 181

Huntington, Henry E., Library*: holdings, 213, 343, 377, 476n

Huntsville, Alabama: 15

“Hymn”: 216-218; and “For Annie,” 461

“Hymn, in Honor of Harmodius and Aristogiton” r: 507


“I thought Kit North a bore —” r: 509

Ide, Abijah M.: 509

“Idiot Boy, The” r: 510

“Imitation”: xxix, 75-76; and “Dreams,” 68; and “To —,” 130, 132; and “Dream Within a Dream,” 450

“Imp of the Perverse, The”: and “Elizabeth,” 149; and Politian, 293, 295; mentioned, 558

“Impromptu — To Kate Carol”: 379-380; mentioned, 378

“In a Pocket-Book” r: 504

In an Album, “To —”: see “Song”

In an Album, “To the River —”: see “To the River [Po]”

Independent (New York): 13, 317, 360n, 550n, 554n, 559n, 560, 561n

Index to American Literature: 503, 507, 512

Indiana University, Lilly Collection*: 15n

Ingram, J. H.: 493, 515n; his edition of “The Raven” cited, 356n, 357n, 359n; letters from Rosalie Poe, 521n; his Poe (1880) cited, 233n, 242, 362n, 429n, 431n; Poe (1885), on “Al Aaraaf,” 92n, on “Eulalie,” 347; Poetical Works, 507, 509

Ingram List: 4n, 6, 14, 145n, 205n, 232, 355n, 359n, 401, 402, 405n, 423, 424, 429n, 465n, 468, 472n, 505, 510, 511, 513, 514, 515, 519, 520n, 523n, 530n, 532n, 534n, 541n, 544n, 545n, 561n, 562n, 569n, 570n, 571n

Ingram, Susan: 62, 414, 415n, 419

“Instinct vs Reason”: 550

International Magazine (New York): 398, 473n

“Introduction”: 156-159; and “Romance,” 127

Ireland: 529

“Irenë” and “The Sleeper”: 179-189; and “Tamerlane,” 62; and “The Lake,” 86; and “Al Aaraaf,” 117, 119, 122; and “Fairy Land” [II], 163; mentioned, 205

Irvine, Scotland: 129, 190, 534

Irving, Washington: 331, 547

“Is there a tear that scalds the cheek?” r: 508

“Isabel” r: 504

Isaiah: 203, 204, 373, 422

“Island of the Fay”: and “Sonnet — To Science,” 90; and “Al Aaraaf,” 123; and “Valley Nis,” 195

Isocrates: 166

“Israfel”: xxiii, 171-179; and “Al Aaraaf,” 116; and “Romance,” 129; and “Valley Nis,” 194; and “Serenade,” 223; and “Haunted Palace,” 318; and “To Marie Louise,” 408; mentioned, xxviii, 234n, 543


Jackson, Joseph: 352n, 508

James, George Payne Rainsford: 310

James River: 83, 536

Jefferson Debating Society: 7

Jenkins, Joseph B.: 542n

Jenning, Mary Starr: see Starr, Mary

Jenning, Minnie Aletha: 232

Jeremiah: 194, 292, 374

Job: 178, 295, 329

John: 460

Johnson, Dr. Samuel: 313, 317, 372, 414, 485

Johnston, William: 360

Jones, J. J.: 169

Jones, Professor Joseph: 372 ­[page 612:]

Jones, Timothy Pickering: 542

Jones, Sir William: 116, 117

Jonson, Ben: 338

Josephus: 197, 204

Joshua: 421

“Journal of Julius Rodman, The”: and Politian, 296; and “A Valentine,” 391; mentioned, 550

Joyce, Colonel John A.: 353

Junior Debating Society: 7, 536


Kallimachos: 221

Kane, Miss Lucille: 410n

Kaye, Dr. Mair¨e Weir: 302

Keats, George: 542n

Keats, John: xxviii, 22, 160, 542n; quoted, 90, 91, 169, 230, 370, 371

Keese, William L.: 547n

“Kelah” r: 514

Kendal, Duchess of: 372

Kennedy, John Pendleton: 227, 243, 507, 544, 545

Kent, Charles W.: 83n, 92n, 323, 397, 469n, 559n

Kent, N. J.: 513

Kettell, Samuel: 21

“King Pest”: and “A Paean,” 207; mentioned, 545

“Kingdom, The” r: 512

I Kings: 119, 121

Kinsolving, Arthur Barksdale: 563n

Kirkland, Mrs, Caroline M.: 293, 412, 429, 496

Knickerbocker Magazine (New York): 342, 507, 512

Knox College (Galesburg, Illinois): holdings, 455

Koester, William H.: 170, 221, 383n, 410n

Krutch, Joseph Wood: 562n


Ladies’ Companion (Snowden’s), New York: 348, 355, 395, 508

Ladies’ Magazine (Boston): review of Al Aaraaf, 540

“Lady Hubbard, The” r: 511

Lady’s Book (Philadelphia)*: 213, 544, see also Godey’s Lady’s Book

Lafayette: 530, 536

“Lake, The”: xxiii, 82-86; and “Tamerlane,” 62; and “Irenë,” 186; and “To Frances,” 237; and “The Raven,” 374; mentioned, xxiii, 204, 536

Lake of the Dismal Swamp: 83, 84, 86, 536

Lamb, Charles: 126

Landon, Letitia E.: poems cited, 80, 117, 177, 191; mentioned, xxix, 150, 178

Landon, William: 472n

Landor. Walter Savage: 447

“Landor’s Cottage”: and “To One in Paradise,” 216; and Politian, 294, 296; and “For Annie,” 461; mentioned, 466, 561, 565

“Landscape Garden”: 552, 563

Lane, Thomas H.: 317, 371, 568n

Lang, Andrew: 167

Langhorne, John and William: 167

Lardner, Dionysius: 500n

Latham, Thomas J.: 512

“Latin Hymn”: 218-219

Latrobe, John H. B.: 227, 544, 572n

Lauvrière, Emile: 289

Lavante: 510

Lavender, R. Allston: 513

Laverty, Carroll D.: 410n, 549n

Law, Robert Adger: 471n

Lawrence, Mrs. George P.: 453n

Lea and Blanchard: 550

Lea, Isaac: 92, 97, 540, 549n

Leary, Lewis: 420

LeDuc, Mrs. M. E.: see Bronson, Mary Elizabeth

LeDuc, William Gates: 410n

Lee, Zaccheus Collins: 538, 569

Leeuwenhoek, Anton van: 117

Legge, Edward: 119

Leigh, Oliver: 510

Leland, Charles Godfrey: 551n

Leland, T. C.: 470

“Lenore”: 330-339; and “A Paean,” 204; and “Dream-Land,” 342; and “The Raven.” 356, 371; mentioned, 205, 552

Leon, Fray Luis Ponce de: 125

“Leonainie” r: 512

“Letter to B —” (“Letter to Mr. —”): and “Al Aaraaf,” 117: mentioned, 155, 156n, 306n, 346

Lever, Charles: 463

LeVert, M. and Mme.: 16

Lewis, Matthew Gregory (“Monk”): 24, 61

Lewis, Sarah Anna (Mrs. Sylvanus D.): 424-425; collaboration with Poe, 493; Politian manuscript preserved, 242; mentioned, xviiin, xxvin, 362n, 388, 465n, 473, 508 ­[page 613:]

Lewis, Sylvanus D.: 424, 465, 521, 563, 517, 572

Library of Congress*: holdings, 6, 98

Lieber, Francis: 171

“Life” r: 505

“Life in Death”: 552

“Ligeia”: and “Al Aaraaf,” 124; and “To Helen,” 170; and Politian, 291, 296; and “Conqueror Worm,” 323; and “Eulalie,” 350; and “The Raven,” 371, 373; and “To Marie Louise,” 408; and “To Helen [Whitman],” 448; mentioned, 549

“The Lighthouse”: 138, 567

“Like all true souls of noble birth” r: 510

“Lilitha” or “Lilitha, Princess of Ghouls” r: 513

“Lilly Herbert”: 333

Lilly, Josiah K., Collection: holdings, 164, 513, 518

“Lily, A” r: 504

“Lines after Elizabeth Barrett”: 377-378

“Lines by E. A. S.” r: 504

“Lines on Ale”: 449-450

“Lines on Joe Locke”: 150-151; 378

“Lines on the Death of Mr. John C. Clapham” r: 504

“Lines to Louisa” or “The Vital Stream” r: 503

“Lines to My Mother” r: 507

[Lines to Richmond Schoolgirls]: 3-4

Lines Written in an Album (“Eliza! let thy generous heart”): see “To Frances S. Osgood”

Linnaeus: 117

“Lionizing”: 487, 544

Lippard, George: 432n, 480, 567

“Literary America”: 360, 566

Literary Era (Philadelphia): E. M. Alfriend’s article, 65, 76, 83, 221, 474n, 480, 537n, 567n

Literary Gazette (London): 189

“Literary Life of Thingum Bob, The”: and “An Enigma,” 426; and “Monody on Dr. Olmsted,” 501; mentioned, 318, 378, 488, 555

“Literary Small Talk”: 318

Literary World (New York)*: 313, 413, 429

“Literati of New York City, The”: and “Dream Within a Dream,” 451; mentioned, 323, 391, 489, 558, 560, 561

“Living Writers of America, The”: 189, 489

Livy: 218

Locke, Jane Ermina: 564

Locke, Lieutenant Joseph Lorenzo: 150-151

Lofland, John: 67, 501-502

London: Poe in school, 534

London Magazine: 321, 504

Long, Professor George: 537

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth: accused of plagiarism by Poe, xxix, 291, 314, 372, 552, 557; mentioned, 149, 189, 492, 572

Lord, Richard J.: 134, 135

Lord, William Wilberforce: 123, 314, 315, 439, 447, 488

“Loss of Breath”: and “Al Aaraaf,” 125

Loud, Margaret St. Leon: 491, 568

Lovecraft, Howard P.: 421

Lovelace, Richard: 318

Lowell, James Russell: corresponds with Poe, xxvin, 76, 179, 332, 552; praises “To Helen,” 164; sketch of Poe in Graham’s 333; reviewed by Poe, 555; mentioned, 360, 509, 557, 559, 571

Lowell, Mass.: Poe in, 431, 449, 453, 566

Lucan: 181n

Lucas, Fielding, Jr.: 541

Lucian of Samosata: 343n

Lucretius: 141

Luke: 474n

Luks, N. D.: 548n

“Lunar Aspirations”: 510

Lynch, Anne Charlotte (Mrs. Vincenzo Botta): 387, 396, 441, 558, 563, 565


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