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INDEX
 
OF NAMES AND TITLES IN COMMENTARY

Anonymous works and works by Poe, except for his letters and reviews, are indexed under title or subject; other works are indexed under the author’s name. Poe’s letters and reviews are indexed under the name of the addressee or author reviewed, and also under POE by categories. An asterisk (*) following an entry indicates that it will be found also in the list of Sources of Texts Collated. A small n prefixed to a number (390 n19) refers to a particular note on the page indicated; a small n following a page number (719n) indicates a footnote on that page.

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A’Beckett, Gilbert: Man-Fred, 390 n19

Abel, Darrell: 221 n11, 395

Abelard: 619 n26

Abernethy, Dr. John: 994 n10

Achilles: 450 n10, 780 n40

Adams, John Quincy: 289

Adams, Samuel (victim of Colt): 719n, 920, 921n, 970 n9

Addison, Joseph: the Spectator, 255 n15; mentioned, 1284 n12a

Adkins, Nelson: 287 nVII

Adrammelech: 50 n23

Æolus: 647 n14

Aeschylus: 82 n1, 713 n12, 1324

Afrasiab: 972 n20

Agostino dalle Prospettive: 186 n20

Ainsworth, William Harrison: 668n, 1060 n11, 1064n, 1082 n1, 1325 n1

“Al Aaraaf” (1829): correspondences between “Al Aaraaf” and certain of Poe’s tales cited, 4, 39 n15, 49 n12, 60 n9, 82 n5, 133n, 147 n8 andn24, 169 n25, 192, 199 n1, 219 n5, 330 (title note), 421 n27, 453, 524n, 572 n30, 605 n2, 606 n16, 618 n19, 646 n7, 859 n8, 1172 n21, 1387 n21; mentioned, 76 n15, 287 n1, 288 nXVI, 289 nXXIII

Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane and Minor Poems (1829): 4

Albani (Albano), Francesco: 186 n20, 494n

Alcmaeon of Croton: 359 n18

Alcman: 195 (motto), 199 (note on motto)

Aldrich, James: 1378n, 1387 n17

Alexander the Great: 41 n32, 881 n11

Alexander’s Express Messenger (temporary title of Alexander’s Weekly Messenger): 1065; quoted, 1083 nn5 and 7

Alexander’s Weekly Messenger* (Philadelphia): 1401; first publications, “Cabs,” 493, 1094 n8, “Instinct vs Reason,” 477; other articles by Poe, 60 n6, 389 (subtitle note), 390 n5, 391 n28, 803, 1097 n2, 1149n, 1172 n27, 1174 n43; as a Poe source, 576n, 798 n3; bought by Burton, 1125

Allan, John: as importer of books and periodicals 357 (title note), 1388 n23; mentioned, 254, 448 (title note), 471 n1, 491 n7, 649, 701, 712, 953

Allan, Mrs. John (Frances Keeling Valentine): 848

Allen, Ethan: 30 n2

Allen, Hervey: Israfel, 516 n2, 846 n13, 919, 1088 n30

Allen, Michael: 679n

Almack, William: 187 n25, 1083 n6

“Alone”: 1227 n6, 1392 n2

Alphadelphia Tocsin: 1367-1368

Alterton, Margaret: cited on Poe’s sources: of “The Pit and the Pendulum,” 679n, 680, 697 n4, 699 n20; of certain other tales, 394, 454n, 660, 970 n9, 1319 n11

American Institute of New York City: 954, 1209 n6

American Journal of Science: 1117 n10, 1365 n1

American Keepsake for 1851*: 1245

“American Landscape Gardening”: 701, 712 (motto note)

American Metropolitan Magazine (New York): 1327

American Monthly Magazine (Boston): established and conducted (1829-1831) by N.P. Willis, 38 n8

American Monthly Magazine* (New York): first publication of “Von Jung” (“Mystification”), 292

American Museum (Barnum’s): 1195 n3, 1245 n1

American Museum of Science, Literature and the Arts* (Baltimore): first publication of “Ligeia,” 308, and of “How to Write a Blackwood Article,” 334, 336; mentioned, 194, 418 n12

“American Novel-Writing”: 516 n3, 569 (motto note), 698 n16, 936n

American Party (“Know-Nothings”): 1094, 1095

American Phrenological Journal (Philadelphia): 1027

“American Poetry”: 569 (motto note)

American Quarterly Review (Philadelphia; ed. Robert Walsh): 287 n1, 632 n3

American Review: A Whig Journal* (New York): first publication of “Some Words with a Mummy,” 1177; first publication of “The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar,” 1231; mentioned, 1388n

Anacharsis the Scythian: 82 n16

Anacreon: 192 n8, 237 n10, 1376 n15

Anammelech: 50 n23

“Anastatic Printing”: 331 n4

Anaxagoras: 60 n6

Anaximander: 115 n4

Anderson, John: 716, 717, 720-722, 783 n73

“Angel of the Odd, The”: 1098-1112; and “The Domain of Arnheim,” 1284 n12a; and “A Dream,” 6; and “Loss of Breath,” 75, 76 n15; and “The Man that was Used Up,” 390 n17; and “Mellonta Tauta,” 1289n, 1306 n5; and “A Predicament,” 362 n44; and “The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade,” 1170 n2

“Annabel Lee”: 636n

Annual Register: 522, 713 n5

Antaeus: 82 n11

Anteros: 646 n12

Anthon, Charles: 129 n2, 186 n23, 290, 291 nXXXII, 1149 n47

Antinoüs: 169 n22

Antiochus IV: 118, 129 n2

Aphrodite: 39 n16, 167 n4, 331 nn2 and 3

Apicius: 38 n4

Apollo Belvedere: 168 n21

Apollonius: 199 (motto note)

“Appendix of Autographs, An”: 259, 632 n3, 1118 n13

Appleton, Laura V.: 721

“Apropos of Bores”: a probable source, 1254, 1264 n6

Apuleius: 917 n6

“Arabian Nights”: 1149-1150, 1227 n6

Arago, Dominique François: 1365 n1

Archilochus: 117 n28

Archimedes: 576n, 597 n21

Archytas of Tarentum: 359 n18

Arcturus (New York): 701, 712 (motto note), 713 n10, 1341 n11

Argand, Aimé: 504 n10

Arikara Indians: 504 n7

Ariosto: 361 n32

Aristaeus of Proconnesus: 61 n20

Aristidean (New York): English’s review of “Poe’s Tales” quoted, 395, 525, 575, 715, 799, 844 (title note), 973, 1026n; other mentions, 569, 1200 n34, 1342 n14

Aristophanes: 82 n1, 116 n25

Aristotle: cited: 116 nn19 and 23, 117 n28, 184 n3, 220 n10, 1306 n13, 1318 n3; mentioned, 115, 1307

Arius: 185 n17

Arthur, Timothy Shay: 131n, 194, 1245, 1246

Arthur Gordon Pym: See Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym, The

Arthur’s Ladies Magazine*: first publication of “The Sphinx,” 1245, 1246

Ashimah: 49 n23, 130 n14

Ashtophet: 331 n2

Ashtoreth: 331 n2

Asiatic Journal (London): 1171 n11

“Assignation, The”: 148-169; first publication (as “The Visionary”), 149, 150; and “The Landscape Garden,” 713 n6; and “Lionizing,” 184 n8; and “MS. Found in a Bottle,” 147 n15; and “The Masque of the Red Death,” 677 n6; and “Philosophy of Furniture,” 503 n2; and “The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether,” 1022 n1, 1024 n21; and “The Tell-Tale Heart,” 798-799 n11. See also “The Visionary.”

Astarte: 39 n16, 331 n2

Astoreth: 39 n16

Atkinson’s Casket (Philadelphia; forerunner of Graham’s): 882 n21. See also Casket

Audiguier, Vital d’ (1569-1624): on duelling, 305 n9

Auslander, Joseph P.: 804n

Austin, Henry: 937n

Austin, S. Jr.: 452-453

Austin, Sarah T.: xxiii, 774 (motto note), 952 n13, 1366 n12

“Autography”: 259-291; and “The Literary Life of Thingum Bob,” 1146 n11; and “The Man that was Used Up,” 389 n1; and “Never Bet the Devil Your Head,” 633 n7; mentioned, 917 n2

Aytoun, William Edmonstoune (“Bon Gaultier”): 1065n

Azrael: 31 n12, 333 n20, 1042 n15


Baal-peor: 50 n23

Baal-Perith (Baal-berith): 50 n23

Baal-zebub: 39 n12, 50 n23, 82 n14

Babbage, Charles: 1173 n3 l

Bacon, Delia: 13, 17

Bacon, Francis: Apophthegms, 40 n29, 361 n38, 1060 n5, 1265 n14; Essays, 331 n4; mentioned, 1289, 1307 n21

Bahrs, Joan: 571 n26

Bailey, J.O.: 132, 395

“Balloon Hoax, The”: 1063-1088; and “The Angel of the Odd,” 1112 n14; and “Lionizing,” 187 n25; and “The Man that was Used Up;” 390 n7; and “MS. Found in a Bottle,” 133; and “Mellonta Tauta,” 1306 n5; and “The Oblong Box,” 919; and “Thou Art the Man,” 1060 n11; and “Von Kempelen and His Discovery,” 1365 n6

Ballou, Eli: on “Mesmeric Revelation,” 1027

Baltimore Book*: 194

Baltimore Patriot: 1171 n18

Baltimore Republican: Poe contributes puffs of “Lionizing,” 171n

Baltimore Saturday Visiter: first publication of “MS. Found in a Bottle”; editorial note on Poe, 13, 200; contest (1833), 14, 131, 149, 201, 576n; as a source, 207, 463; mentioned, 133, 718

Balzac, Honoré de: 1254

Balzac, Jean-Louis Guez de: 114 (motto note), 517 n9, 606 n6

Bancroft, George: 167 (motto note), 361 n33

Bandy, W. T.: 286 n3, 425n, 524n, 575n, 805n

Barclay-Allardyce, Robert: 76 n31

“Bargain Lost, The”: 83-95; and “The Duc de l’Omelette,” 31, 38 n7, 95 n9; and “A Dream,” 3; and “The Oval Portrait,” 666 n3; and “The Visionary” (“The Assignation”), 94 n2, mentioned, 17

Barlow, Joel: “The Columbiad,” 1110 n2, 1284 n12a

Barnum, Phineas T.: 1195 n3, 1245

Barrett, Elizabeth Barrett: See Browning, Elizabeth Barrett

Barstow, William: 84n

Bartas, Guillaume de Saluste du: 305 n11

Bartholinus, Casparus: 184 n3

Bartram, William: 199 n2

Barzun, Jacques: 1042n

Baskett, Sam S.: 646 n7

Basler, Roy P.: 148n, 308n

Baudelaire, Charles: quoted, 569 (title note); first translation, 1028; cited, 573 n31, 697 (motto note), 775 n10; mentioned, 219 n6, 845 n10

Bayle, Pierre: 60 n6

Bayly, Thomas Haynes: 884

Beach, Moses Y.: 1067

Beaumont, Francis, and Fletcher, John: 882 n13

Beckford, William: Vathek, 32, 95 n12, 116 n15, 200 n10, 972 n20, 1060 n10, 1342 n14; mentioned, 1266, 1284 n19

Bédé, Jean-Albert: 574 n37

Bedloe, William: 950 n1

“Beet-root”: by Poe, 1149n

Belial: 39 n12, 50 n23

Bell, Henry Glassford: 222, 1177n

Bellini, Vincenzo: 918 nn19 and 21, 1022 n2

“Bells, The” (1849): 359 n15, 363, 1120 n3, 1147 n13

Bennett, James Gordon: 716, 1067, 1148 n39

Bentham, Jeremy: 504 n9, 618 n8, 1116 n1, 1307 n26

Bentinck, William George: 1082 n2

Bentley’s Miscellany (London): 396, 463

Benton, Richard P.: 148n, 171n, 715n, 867n

Benton, Thomas Hart: 1309 n46

Béranger, Pierre-Jean de: 397 (motto), 417 (motto note)

“Berenice”: 207-221; and “The Cask of Amontillado,” 1252, 1253n; and “The Domain of Arnheim,” 1283 (title note); and “The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar,” 1244 n7; and “The Fall of the House of Usher,” 418 n3; and the Folio Club, 202; and “The Island of the Fay,” 606 n10; and “King Pest,” 238; and “Ligeia,” 334 n33; and “Morella,” 237 n6; and “Life in Death” (“The Oval Portrait”), 661n, 666 (title note); and “The Pit and the Pendulum,” 697 n3, 698 n10; and “The Premature Burial,” 953n; and “A Remarkable Letter” 1318 n1; and “Silence,” 199 n1; and “The Tell-Tale Heart,” 798 n2

Berkeley, Edmund, Jr.: 1320

Bernardin de St. Pierre, Jacques Henri: 82 n5, 133n, 635, 645 (title note), 1116 n2

Bessarion, Jean: 115 n5

Bethune, John Elliot Drinkwater: 1319 n11

Biblical allusions: Genesis, 30 n9, 49 n21, 50 n30, 117 n29, 219 n2, 237 n7, 333 n16, 492 n17, 617 n7, 618 n10, 619 n27, 646 n2, 859 n8, 1041 n8, 1199 n23, 1243 n1, 1264 n12; Exodus, 48 n5, 49 n11, 50 n31, 116 n16, 130 n11, 200 n12, 647 n26, 669, 677 n1, 1200 n31; Leviticus, 48 n9, 49 n10; Numbers, 48 n2, 50 n23, 1022 n5; Deuteronomy, 41, 130 n16, 331 n1, 860 n12; Joshua, 49 n17; Judges, 49 n14, 50 n23; I Samuel, 39 n16, 50 n29; II Samuel, 49 n12, 1059 (title note); II Kings, 10 n7, 49 n23, 50 n23, 61 n20, 130 n14, 331 n2; Ezra, 48 n2; Esther, 255 n20; Job, 191 n1, 200 n8, 390 n13, 605 n4, 617 n4, 798 n5; Psalms, 49 n12, 50 n23, 51 n34, 188, 191 (motto note), 422 n32, 569 n1, 617 n6; Proverbs, 333 n17; Ecclesiastes, 969 n3; Isaiah, 337 n13, 697 n1, 1200 n28, 1323 n5; Jeremiah, 48 n4, 191 n1; Lamentations, 1147 n18; Ezekiel, 48 n2, 129 n1, 422 n34; Daniel, 50 n34, 255 n20, 504 n8; Hosea, 49 n22; Joel, 59 n29; Jonah, 846 n17; Micah, 117 n29; St. Matthew, 6, 10 n7, 49 n16, 50 n26, 191 n1, 606 n15, 786 n100, 918 n10, 1148 n42, 1174 n46, 1216 n2, 1284 n23, 1375 n1; St. Mark, 51 n35; St. Luke, 48 n2, 517 n13, 786 n100, 1060 n8, 1095 n10, 1209 nl, 1355 n4; St. John, 617 n1, 1041 n9; Acts, 77 n40; Romans, 491 n1, 782 n70, 1059 n3; I Corinthians, 76 n19, 304 n6, 1041 n12, 1118 n15; II Corinthians, 49 n10, 491 nl, 782 n70, 866 n3; Philippians, 618 n11, 798 n1; I Thessalonians, 678 n12, 951 n9; I Peter, 866 n3; II Peter, 462 n4; Jude, 698 n7; Revelaiion, 40 n18, 422 n34, 461 n1, 618 n17, 697 n5, 1323 n5; (Apocrypha) Maccabees, 118, 129 n4

Bielfeld, Jacob Friedrich, Freiherr von: Les Premières Traits de l’érudition universelle, 84, 114 (motto note), 115 n5, 191 n3, 221 n13, 419 n16, 420 n20, 421 n22, 449 n6, 618 n15

Bird, Robert Montgomery: Sheppard Lee as a Poe source, 800, 938; review by Poe cited, 307, 952 n16, 1098; mentioned, 288 nXIV, 571 n26, 1341 n3

Bittner, William: 203, 677 n1

Bjurman, Gunnar: 669n, 790n

“Black Cat, The”: 847-861: and Arthur Gordon Pym, 860 n13; and “The Cask of Amontillado,” 860 n10; and “The Colloquy of Monos and Una,” 617 n5; and “Desultory Notes on Cats,” 1097 (title note); and “The Imp of the Perverse,” 1217, 1227 n2; and “Instinct vs Reason,” 477; and “Ligeia,” 331 n1; and “Metzengerstein,” 15; and “Morella,” 15, 221n; and “The Murders in the Rue Morgue,” 569 (motto note); and “Never Bet the Devil Your Head,” 633 n12; and “The Tell-Tale Heart,” 798 n2; and “The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade,” 1170 n4

Blackmur, R.P.: 700 n25, 848n, 867n

Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine: a major influence on Poe, 357 (title note), 678-679; as a source of “The Devil in the Belfry,” 363, of “How to Write a Blackwood Article,” 358 n11, 359 nn13 and 15, of “The Pit and the Pendulum,” 679, 680n, 697 n4, 698 n6, 699-700 n23, 700 n26, of “The Premature Burial,” 970 n9; as a source for details in other stories, 115 n14, 171, 420 n21, 424n, 504 n9, 660, 880 (title note), 1099, 1264 n13, 1307 n21, 1386 (title note); mentioned, 632 n3, 1065n

Blair, Hugh: 391 n22, 1116 n5

Blair, Walter: 332 n6, 677 n3

Blair, William: 847 n29

Blake, William: 418 n10, 597

Blanchard, Rae: 192

Blessington, Marguerite (Power), Countess of: 170, 184 n7, 185 n13, 1099

Blumenbach, Friedrich: On the Natural Variety of Mankind, 1200 n29

Blumenthal, George: 1399n

“Blunderer, The” (author unidentified), and “The Spectacles”: 883

Boaden, James (“Edward Sydenham”): 451 n20

Boccacio, Giovanni: 668

Bochart, Samuel: 647 n20

Bodine, Polly: 782 n69

Boll, Ernest: 527

Bon Gaultier (pseud.): See Aytoun, William Edmonstoune

Bonaparte, Lucien: Memoirs, 391 n22

“Bon-Bon”: 83-117; and “The Angel of the Odd,” 1111 n3; and “The Cask of Amontillado,” 1264 n9; and “Desultory Notes on Cats,” 1097 (title note); and “The Devil in the Belfry,” 375 n4; and “The Duc de l’Omelette,” 31; and the Folio Club, 201; and “The Folio Club,” 206 n2; and “How to Write a Blackwood Article,” 359 n18; and “Instinct vs Reason,” 477; and “Landor’s Cottage,” 1341 n5; and “Ligeia,” 333 n15; and “Lionizing,” 186 n19; and “The Mystery of Marie Roget,” 775 n11; and “The Purloined Letter,” 995 n13, 996 n22; and “A Remarkable Letter,” 1318 n3; and “Silence,” 200 n10; and “Thou Art the Man,” 1060 n6; mentioned, 17

Bondurant, Agnes M.: 491 n5, 1176n

Bonfanti, Joseph: 392 n29

Book of Beauty (London annual): 184 n7

Book of Common Prayer: 30 n10, 51 n34, 1041 n12

Borghers, Alphonse (pseud.): See Pichot, Amédée

Boston Miscellany: 791

Boston Notion: 396

Boston Traveller: a source, 1151

Boswell, James: 1199 n25

Bouhours, Father Dominique: La Manière de biers penser, 360 n31, 361 n32

Boulanger (restaurateur): 115 n11

Boullard, James: associated with the Mary Rogers case, 777 n18, 782 n68

Bourdeille, Pierre de: 305 n9

Bourdon, Louis-Pierre-Marie: 82 n3

Bowditch, Nathaniel: 1323 n1

Bowen, Eli (editor of the Columbia Spy): 477, 493, 1088, 1326, 1378n

Boxer, Greta: 637n

Boyle, Andrew: 357 (motto note)

“Boz”: See Dickens, Charles.

Braddy, Haldeen: 52, 669n, 917 n3, 1342 n16

Bradley, Sculley: 1264 n11

Bransby, the Reverend John: 449 n2

Brennan, H. Mott: 918 n19

Brewster, Sir David: 420 n17, 504 n9; Letters on Natural Magic, 573 n30, 1118, 1173 n31; The Martyrs of Science, 1319 n11

“Bridal Ballad”: 391 n26

Briggs, Charles F.: 1205

Brigham, Clarence Saunders: Poe’s Contributions to Alexander’s Weekly Messenger, 477, 493, 1149n; other mention, 804n, 1028, 1089

British Critic: as a source, 680n, 699 n20

Broadway Journal*: 1401; Whitman copy, 306, 1402; first printing of “Some Secrets of the Magazine Prison-House,” 1205, of “Theatrical Rats,” 1244; Poe’s tales reprinted, 1401-1402; source of ideas for tales, 1228, 1343, Poe’s review of Elizabeth Barrett Barrett’s The Drama of Exile cited, 331 n4, 1392 n5; other mention passim

Broglie, Duke di: 450 n18

Brooklyn Daily News: 783 n74

Brooks, James: 288 nXIX, 290 nXXXVI

Brother Jonathan (New York weekly): 774 n3; as a source for “The Mystery of Marie Roget,” 717-719, 774-783, 785-786, 788, and passim; for other tales, 790n, 920, 921n, 970 n9, 1025; mentioned, 1097 n4, 1174 n39

Brougham, Henry Peter, baron Brougham and Vaux: 358 n5; reviewed by Poe, 449 n6, 516 n7, 1023 n17, 1148 n39

Brown, Charles Brockden: Edgar Huntly, 679n, 698, 936-937, 951, 952 n19; Wieland, 1043

Brown, Hablot Knight (“Phiz”): 77 n33

Brown, Lancelot (“Capability Brown”): 713 n11, 1341 n6

Brown, Lawrence Parmly: The Greatest Dental Family, 391 n27

Browne, James: “The Inquisition of Spain,” 680n, 697 n4

Browne, Sir Thomas: 527 (motto), 569 (motto note), 646 n11, 678 n12, 1116 n4

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett: Poe’s review of her Drama of Exile cited, 331 n4, 1306 n8; dedication of The Raven and Other Poems cited, 918 n16; mentioned, 1387 n10, 1392 n5

Brownson, Orestes A.: 1041 n5, 1375 n4

Brunet, Gustave (“G.B.”): his French adaptations of “William Wilson,” 425, and “Murders in the Rue Morgue,” 526, 1386 n5

Brutii: 291 nXXXVIII

Bryant, Jacob: A New System . . . of Antient Geography, 1405; cited, 192 n9, 220 n9, 595 n3, 646 n4, 996 n19

Bryant, William Cullen: 632 n3, 647 n17, 1146 n6, 1148 n32

Buchan, Alexander: 971 n18

Buchan, William: Domestic Medicine, mentioned, 971 n18

Buckhurst, Lord: See Sackville, Thomas.

Buckingham, James Silk: 1197 n11, 1306 n8

Buckingham, Joseph T. and Edwin: letter from Poe, 14, 119, 201, 208

Bucknell, William: The Eccaleobion, 1172 n29

Buffon, Georges-Louis Leclerc de: 493, 1023 n16, 1149 n47

Bulwer, Edward George Earle Lytton: sources for Poe’s tales, Conversations with an Ambitious Student in Ill Health, with Other Pieces (1835), 170, 185 n14, “Conversations. . .” 185 n14, Ernest Maltravers (1837), 605 n1, 617 (motto note), 1305 (title note), The Lady of Lyons (1838), 633 n11, “A Manuscript Found in a Madhouse,” 200 n6, 331 n3, 334 n27, “Monos and Daimonos,” 193, 617 (title note), “Too Handsome for Anything,” 187 n24, 206 n2, Zanoni (1842), 1365 n2; Poe’s review of Night and Morning cited, 503 n2, 1147 n47; Poe’s review of Rienzi (1835) cited, 193, 617 (title note), 618 n15; other mentions, 82 n6, 187, 199, 207 n2, 1060 n9, 1256n, 1344

Buranelli, Vincent: cited, xxiv, 84n, 334 n31, 393, 1042, 1266 n19

Burns, Robert: 881 n6, 1112 n13

Burton, Robert: Anatomy of Melancholy, 1116 n4

Burton, William E.: 362 n45, 391 n20, 506, 861n, 1125, 1200 n34

Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine*: 1402; first publication of “The Man that was Used Up,” 377, of “The Fall of the House of Usher,” 396, of “The Conversation of Eiros and Charmion,” 455, of “Peter Pendulum, the Business Man,” 481, of “The Philosophy of Furniture,” 495; Poe’s tales reprinted, 1402; as a source of details in Poe’s stories, 199 n4, 391 n20, 524n, 572 n28, 633 n9, 801, 921, 1064, 1084 n9, 1099, 1256n; reviews by Poe, See Poe: reviews; absorbed by Graham’s, 505-506, 1124n; other mentions, 377, 493 n19, 995 n13, 1200 n34

Bury, Lady Charlotte Susan Maria: 882 n13

Bush, George: letter from Poe, 1025n, 1029, 1211

“Business Man, The” (first published as “Peter Pendulum, the Business Man”): 480-493; and “Diddling,” 481, 867; and “The Folio Club,” 206 n2; and “How to Write a Blackwood Article,” 361 n40; and “Philosophy of Furniture,” 503 n3; and “Thou Art the Man,” 1060 n14

Butler, Joseph: 1116 n4

Butler, Samuel: Hudibras, cited, 203, 206 (motto note), 361 n38, 375 n8, 390 n12, 880 n5, 1170 n3

Byrd, William: 571 n26

Byron, Lady (Anne Isabella Milbanke): 1120

Byron, George Gordon, Lord: as model for the hero of “The Assignation,” 148, 168 nn15 and 21, and of “Byron and Miss Chaworth,” 1120-1121; his works cited — Childe Harold, 167 n1, 168 n20, 237 n10, 866 n1, Don Juan, 359 n16, 713 n9, 953 n24, 1146 n4, 1151, 1170 (motto note), “The Dream” 9 n3, 199 n1, “English Bards and Scotch Reviewers,” 187 n26, 1368n, others, 169 n28, 237 n16, 255 n12, 390 n19, 424n, 595 n1, 647 n12, 1147 n28, 1200 n28, 1284 n9a; mentioned, 334 n24, 780 n43, 801n, 934 n3

“Byron and Miss Chaworth”: 1120-1124; and “Diddling,” 880 n5


“Cabs”: 493-494; and “Moving Chapters,” 1094 n8

Calderón de la Barca, Pedro: as a source of “William Wilson,” 424n, 451 n19

Caligula (Gaius Caesar): 30 n8, 117 n29

Callimachus: 60 n12, 208

Cambiaire, C.P.: The Influence of Poe in France, 668n, 973n

Cambyses: 61 n17, 129 n1

Campanella, Tommaso: 421 n22, 994 n12, 995 n13

Campbell, Killis: on “A Dream,” 5, 6; on the Courier texts, 13; on the first printing of “The Premature Burial,” 954n; on Poe’s sources, 207n, 576n, 970 n5, 1256n, 1367n; on “Littleton Barry,” 77 n41; on Poe’s use of “nare,” 880 n5; on Poe’s fictional reference to Archimedes, 597 n21; on Poe in relation to his times, 595 n5; additional citations of his Mind of Poe, 149, 186 n23, 448 (title note), 524n, 668n, 1377n, 1378n; mentioned, 417, 791, 922

Campbell, Thomas: 668, 798 n8, 997 n27

Canby, Henry S.: Classic Americans cited, 1342 n16

Canoea, Antonio: 168 n20

Canynges, William: 422 n30

“Capability Brown”: See Brown, Lancelot.

“Capitol at Washington, The”: unsigned plate article ascribed to Poe, 1200 n34

Carathis: 971 n20

Carême, Marie-Antoine: 659 n14

Carey, Edward L.: 637n, 972

Carey, Mathew: 260n, 289 nXXI

Carey and Hart (publishers): 424n, 1264 n13

Carey and Lea (publishers): 14, 194, 632 n2

Carley, Clifford Vierra: 921n

Carlson, Eric: The Recognition of Edgar Allan Poe cited, xxvi, 393n, 425n, 1396; mentioned, 1392 n1

Carlyle, Thomas: Sartor Resartus quoted, 363; derided for vagueness and obscurity, 39 n14, 633 n13, 1116 n6, 1118 n13; mentioned, 881 n7, 1148 n39

Carter, Boyd: 936, 952 n19

Cary, Richard: 669n

Casket (Philadelphia; forerunner of Graham’s): 506, 1124n; as a source for “Berenice,” 207n, for “The Premature Burial,” 970 n5

“Cask of Amontillado, The”: 1252-1266: and “The Black Cat,” 860 n 10; and “Bon-Bon,” 115 n7; and “Hop-Frog,” 1343; and “The Literary Life of Thingum Bob,” 1147 n16; and “The Man of the Crowd,” 517 n12; and “The Purloined Letter;” 994 n6; and “Why the Little Frenchman Wears His Hand in A Sling,” 471 n5

Catalani, Angelica: 61 n16, 996 n25

Caterina (Poe’s cat): 477

Catiline: 1376 n8

Cato: 48 n1

Catullus: 115 n7, 116 n25, 208

Cayley, Sir George: 1063n, 1083 n4

Cecil, L. Moffitt: “Poe’s Wine List,” 115 n12, 186 n19

Cervantes, Miguel de: cited, 360 n31

Chabert, John Xavier: 1173 n33

Chaleff, Lynne: 255 n16

Chamberlain, Georgia Stamm: Studies on John Gadsby Chapman cited, 504 n13

Chamberlayne, William: 426 (motto), 448 (motto note)

Chambers’ Edinburgh Journal: on “The Purloined Letter,” 972-973

Chambre, Marin Cureau de la: Discours sur les Principes de la Chiromancie (1653), 420 n20

Chamfort (Sébastien-Roch Nicolas): 995 n16

Chamier, Frederick: review by Poe quoted, 1252

Chamisso, Adelbert von: Peter Schlemihl, 52, 60 n4, 166 (motto note)

Champollion, Jean François: 1175, 1200 n28, 1307 n30

Chandler, Joseph R.: review by Poe cited, 1023 n17

Channing, William Ellery: 289 nXXII

Channing, William Ellery (the younger): review by Poe cited, 331 n4, 917 n2; quoted, 360 n22

Chapman, George: Bussy D’Ambois quoted, 169 n30, 1022 n1

Chapman, John Gadsby: 504 n13, 860

Chapple, Joe M.: Heart Songs, cited, 1120 n1

“Chapter of Suggestions, A”: 1318 n5

“Chapter on Autography, A”: 1001n, 1041 n5, 1111 n2, 1375 n4

Charles VI of France: anecdote from Froissart, 1343

Charles IX (king of France): Massacre of St. Bartholomew, 969 n2

Charles XII (king of Sweden): 882 n12

Charlottesville (Virginia): 934 n2, 950 n1, 953 n23

Charmion: 462 (title note)

Charon: 114 (motto note)

Charvat, William A.: “A Note on Poe’s ‘Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque’ ” cited, 1396

Chase, E.L., and L.F. Parks: Complete Works of Thomas Holley Chivers cited, 883n

Chateaubriand, François René de: a source: Itinéraire de Paris à Jerusalem, 9 n2, 49 n12, 168 n14; Mémoires d‘outre tombe, 1149 n45

Chatterton, Thomas: “Rowley” poems, 422 n30

Chaucer, Geoffrey: mentioned, 421 n21, 1097 n3

Chaworth, Mary: 148, 169 n28, 1120-1121

Cheops, Great Pyramid of: 49 n15

Cherry, Fannye N.: cited on sources of “A Succession of Sundays,” 648n

Chesterfield, Lord: quoted, 491 (motto note)

Chesterton, G.K.: quoted, 521n

Cheyte Sing (Chait Singh): 952 n20

Chivers, Dr. Thomas Holley: quoted, on “Eleonora,” 635, on “The Spectacles,” 883; letter (July 10, 1844) from Poe cited, 1025n, 1041nnl0 and 12, quoted, 1099, 1289; Poe’s review of Chivers’ poems quoted, 1097 n3

Christie, Francis A., 30 nl

Cibber, Colley: 40 n23, 1376 n12

Cicero: 995 n17, 1023 n17, 1060 n9, 1376 n8

Cimabue, Giovanni: 168 n16

“City in the Sea, The”: 9 n4, 606 n8, 1387 n20

Clackner, John S.: on “Mesmeric Revelation,” 1026-1027, 1029

Clark, David Lee: 679n, 698 n16

Clark, Lewis Gaylord: editor of the Knickerbocker, 336, 362 n45, 632 n3, 1125; accuses Poe of plagiary, 679n, 700 n27; mentioned, 1148 n39, 1375 n2

Clarke, Samuel (metaphysician, 1675-1729): 358 n6

Clemens, Will M.: 722n

Clemm, Mrs. William (Maria Poe — Poe’s aunt and mother-in-law): 677 n1, 994 n9, 1290n, 1326, 1343 n24

Clench, William J.: 846 n13

Cleomenes: 168 n19, 332 n7

Clyne, Patricia Edwards: 1266n

Cobb, Palmer: on Poe’s indebtedness to E.T.A. Hoffmann, 149, 394n, 424n, 970 n6

Cobbett, William: 1117 n7, 1148 n39

Cohane, J.J.: 570 n8, 995 n18

Coke, Sir Edward: 492 n14

Cole, Thomas (painter): 1284 n20

Coleridge, Henry Nelson: Introductions to the Study of the Greek Classic Poets, 236 (motto note), 632 n2, 647 n20; mentioned, 360 n21

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor: a source: works cited, The Ancient Mariner, 133, 147 n10, 220 n11, 596 n13, 666 (title note), “Kubla Khan,” 646 n7, Table Talk, 360 n21, “Wanderings of Cain,” 187; Poe’s comment, 572 n30; mention, 39 n14, 82 n7, 304 n7, 633 n13, 1148 n33

“Coliseum, The” (1833): 5, 14, 131, 147 n22, 168 n17, 619 n28, 647 n16, 666 nl, 1205n

“Colloquy of Monos and Una, The”: 607-619; and “The Black Cat,” 859 n2; and “The Conversations of Eiros and Charmion,” 451; and “The Fall of the House of Usher,” 418 n5; and “The Literary Life of Thingum Bob,” 1147 n25; and “Mellonta Tauta,” 1289n, 1305 (title note); and “Morella,” 188n, 237 n14; and “The Murders in the Rue Morgue,” 570 n7; and “Never Bet the Devil Your Head,” 633 n12; and “The Power of Words,” 1211; and “The Premature Burial,” 953n; and “Shadow,” 188n; and “Some Words with a Mummy,” 1201 n37, and “The Sphinx,” 1251 n5

Collyer, Robert: 1230, 1233

Colman, George (the younger): 362

Colt, John Caldwell: his crime a source for “The Oblong Box,” 920, 921n, 935 n6; mentioned, 719n, 970 n9

Colt, Samuel: 920

Colton, Charles Caleb: Lacon a possible source, 1324n

Columbia Spy (Columbia, Pennsylvania): 607, 782 n69, 1066n, 1088, 1100, 1112 n2, 1200 n34

Columbian Lady’s and Gentleman’s Magazine* (New York): first publication of “Mesmeric Revelation,” 1025, 1028, of “The Angel of the Odd,” 1100, of “Byron and Miss Chaworth,” 1120, 1121, and of “The Domain of Arnheim” (B), 1266; as a Poe source, 1253; mentioned, 971 n15, 1177

Combe, George: 516 n4, 881 n11

Commercial Advertiser (New York): 781 n47, 783 n74

Commodus: 167 n10

Conchologist’s First Book, The: 671 n26

Condorcet, Marie-Jean Antoine Nicolas Caritat, Marquis de (1743-1794): 116 n21, 712 n2

Cone, Spencer Wallace: 971 n11

“Conqueror Worm, The”: 32n, 167 n3, 220 n7, 307, 971 n11, 1323 n4

Conrad, Robert T.: 804

“Conversation of Eiros and Charmion, The”: 451-462; and “The Colloquy of Monos and Una,” 607, 618 n17; and “The Fall of the House of Usher,” 421 n29, 422 n34; and “The Man that was Used Up,” 390 n10; and “The Pit and the Pendulum,” 698 n8; and “The Power of Words,” 1210, 1211; and “A Prediction,” 1319, 1323 n6; mentioned, 680

Cook, Dr. Richard: associated with the Mary Rogers Case, 777 nn19, 20, and 21, 778 n28, 785 n95, 786 nn101 and 105, 787 nn106 and 113, 788 n118

Cooke, John Esten: Poe as a Literary Critic, 335n

Cooke, Philip Pendleton: letters quoted: from Poe about “Ligeia,” 305, 307, 308n, “The Murders in the Rue Morgue,” 521, “William Wilson,” 425; to Poe about “Ligeia,” 307, the “Valdemar Case,” 1232; other mention, 360 n29, 389 n3, 1233

Cooper, James Fenimore: 41 n32, 60 n11, 82 n11, 259-260, 287nV, 305 n8, 1125, 1148 n34, 1205

Corneille, Pierre: Le Cid, 378 (motto), 389 (motto note)

Cornwall, Barry (pseud.): See Proctor, Bryan Waller

Courier and Enquirer (New York): on the case of Mary Rogers, 716n, 783 n74, 784 n75

Cousin, Victor: 1040 n4

Cowley, Abraham: 332 n11

Cowper, William: 33 (motto), 38 (motto note), 1111 n4

Crabb, George: 82 n4

Crabbe, George: 76 n26

Cranach, Lucas: 17

Crandall, Emily: 677 n3

Cratinus: 116 n25

Crébillon, Prosper Jolyot de: 119 (motto), 129 (motto note), 570 n14, 997 n27

“Credulity”: mentioned, 1149n

Crichton, James (“the admirable”): 1325 n1

Crommelin, Alfred: associated with the Mary Rogers Case, 717, 777 nn18 and 21, 778 n28, 779 n32, 781 n55, 782 n61

Crosse, Andrew: and animalculae, 1216 n9

Crowninshield, Richard, Jr. (murderer): 789

Cunningham, Allan: 146 (motto note), 598n

Curio, Caelius Secundus: 220 n8

Cuvier, Georges: 493, 573 n35, 953 n23

Cyrano de Bergerac: Voyage to the Moon cited, 994 n12

Cyrus (“king of Persia,” d. 529 B.C.): 61 n17


Dagon: 50 n23

Daguerre, Louis Jacques Mandé: 1174 n43, 1365 n7

Daily Forum (Philadelphia): 804n

Dana, H.W.L. (Longfellow’s grandson): 1378n

Dana, R.H. (Sr.): as a source, 16

Dante: Inferno, 83, 1146 n7, 1147 n12, 1284 n12a: mentioned, 421 n21

Daphnis (“in the moon”): 1309 n41

Darley, Felix O.C.: 804, 848

Daughrity, Kenneth L.: 39 n8, 658 n4

David (Biblical king): 48 n4, 49 n12, 50 n29, 1059 (title note)

Davidson, Edward H.: 149n

Davis, Andrew Jackson: 722n, 1305 nl, 1340 n1

Davis, Richard Beale: 450 n16

Davy, Sir Humphry: 1351, 1365 n2, 1366 n9

Davy Jones: 255 n18

Dawes, Rufus: as a source, 919

“Decided Loss, A”: 51-61; and “A Dream,” 3, 6; and “The Oval Portrait,” 666 n4; and “The Purloined Letter,” 996 n25; and “The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether,” 1024 n23; and “A Tale of the Ragged Mountains,” 952 n17; mentioned, 619

Dedmond, Francis B.: 1253n, 1256n

Defoe, Daniel: quoted, 31n; works peripherally mentioned, 239, 801n, 845 (motto note), 969 n2

De Graw, James L.: 1392 n1

Delphian Club (Baltimore): 201

Del Rio, Martin-Antoine: 184 n3

Democratic Republican New Era (New York): 776 n15

Democratic Review: See United States Magazine and Democratic Review.

Democritus: 332 n10, 572 n29, 595 (motto note), 1025

Democritus, or the Laughing Philosopher (1770): possible source, 291

Demosthenes: 75 n10, 361 n38, 1023 n17

Dennie, Joseph: a source, 491 (title note)

De Quincey, Thomas: 187, 199 (headnote), 207 n2, 359 n12, 880 (title note), 882 n24

Derôme, Nicolas-Denis: 305 n9

Descartes, René: 389 n3

“Descent into the Maelström, A”: 574-597; and “Eleonora” 646 n4; and the Folio Club, 201n; and “Ligeia,” 332 n10; and “The Light-House,” 1388, 1392 n5; and “MS. Found in a Bottle,” 148 n25; and “The Murders in the Rue Morgue,” 572 n29; and “The Pit and the Pendulum,” 678, 698 n17; and “The Power of Words,” 1216 n6; and “A Reviewer Reviewed,” 1387 n14; mentioned, 331 (motto note)

“Desultory Notes on Cats”: 1088-1089, 1095-1098; mentioned, 185 n17, 477, 1170 n4

Deutsche Schnellpost (New York): 1366 n11

“Devil in the Belfry, The”: 362-375; and “Bon-Bon,” 375 n4; and “How to Write a Blackwood Article,” 359 n15; and “Loss of Breath,” 75 n4; and “The Man that was Used Up,” 390 n17; and “Moving Chapters,” 1094 n9; and “The Pit and the Pendulum,” 700 n23

Dew, Thomas Roderick: 289 nXXXVIII

Dial, The (New York): 335n, 359 n21, 633 n6, 1201 n37

Dick, Thomas: a source, 453-454, 462 n6, 679-680, 700 n28

Dickens, Charles: works cited (sources for Poe tales), American Notes for General Circulation, 999, 1000, Master Humphrey’s Clock, 791, Pickwick Papers, 306, 620, Sketches by Boz, 505, 517 n17; sources for details, 375 n2, 391 n20, 492 n6, 658 n6, 859 n6, 919 n26, 1060 nn4 and 5; reviews by Poe cited, 60 n6, 375 n2, 620n, 791n; mentioned, 77 n35, 516 n2

“Diddling”: 867-882; and “The Business Man,” 481; and “Byron and Miss Chaworth;” 1124 n3; and “The Colloquy of Monos and Una,” 617-618 n8; and “The Duc de 1‘Omelette,” 41 n32; and “The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar;” 1243 n4; and “King Pest,” 255 n17; and “Philosophy of Furniture,” 504 n9; and “The Spectacles,” 917 n3, 918 n13; and “Thou Art the Man,” 1060 n13

Didier, Eugene L.: 224, 573 n31, 1028n

Dimitry, Alexander: a possible source, 712 n2

Diodorus Siculus: cited, 61 n20

Diogenes Laertius: 41 n32, 77 n40, 116 n22, 169 n23, 287 nVII; 322 n10, 359 n18, 633 n8, 880 n4, 881 n11, 1199 n24

Diogenes of Sinope: 41 n32, 881 n11, 1199 n24

Dionysius Areopagita: 9 nl

Dionysius (tyrant of Syracuse): 117 n29

Diskin, Patrick: on sources, 524

Disraeli, Benjamin: (as a Poe source): Vivian Grey, 17, 61 n19, 82 n6, 184 n2, 185 n13, 186 n21, 238, 255 n17, 334 n24, 375 n6, 881 n5; The Young Duke, 32, 38 n3, 167 n4, 186 n20, 880 n3

D’Israeli, Isaac: Curiosities of Literature, as a source, 30 n2, 32, 38 n2, 220 n8, 290 nXXXII, 305 n11, 332 n11, 518 n19, 597 n21, 606 n12, 619 n26, 917 n6, 995 n13, 1117 n13, 1199 n25, 1284 n24, 1356, and Griswold’s “Curiosities of American Literature,” 1111 n2, 1170 n2; “Mejnoun and Leila” as a source, 308n, 636n

Dixon, Jeanie Begg: 149

Doane, Dr. A. Sidney: quoted, 1228-1229

Doe, Janet: 221 n11

Doherty, Edward: and “The Spectacles;” 885n

“Doings of Gotham, The” (a series of letters, May 14 to June 25, 1844, published in the Columbia Spy and collected in Doings of Gotham. . . Spannuth and Mabbott, 1929): on urban architecture, and its blight, 492 n10, 503 n3, 607; discussion of a Dupin exposition, 782 n69; on the reception of the Sun’s “Extra” with Poe’s balloon story, 1066-1067; on the Bowling Green Fountain, 1200 n34; on Griswold’s “Curiosities,” 1111 n2, 1170 n2; other mention, 860 n10, 1100, 1116 n3

Dollar Newspaper*: first publication of “The Gold-Bug,” 806; of “The Spectacles,” 886; of “The Premature Burial,” 954; prize contest, 804; mentioned 802, 805n, 847 n25, 884, 922, 1029, 1064

“Domain of Arnheim, The”: 1266-1285; and “Berenice,” 219 n4; and “The Island of the Fay,” 606 n11; and “Landor’s Cottage,” 1326, 1328n, 1341 n5; and “The Landscape Garden,” 700; and “The Light-House,” 1388n, and “Lionizing,” 185 n14; mentioned, 702, 1111 n2

Domitian: 95 n17

Dow, Jesse E.: letter from Poe, 918 n25

Downey, Glanville: works on Antioch, 129 n8, 130 n13

Downing, Andrew J.: 701, 1341 n11

Downing, Jack (pseud.): 260n

Doyle, Ruth M.: 1065n

Draco: 449 n4, 1097 n6

Drake-Halleck review (by Poe): 287 nVII; and “The Power of Words,” 1210; and “The Spectacles,” 917 n6; mentioned, 713 n13

Draper, John William: 1243 n3, 1365 n7

Drayton, Colonel William: 472

“Dream, A”: 5-10; mentioned, 3

“Dream-Land”: 199 n2, 699 n22, 1087 n22

Dryden, John: 38 n6, 461 (title note), 645 (title note), 646 n1

Du Bartas: 305 n11

Dubouchet, C. Auguste, and Dupin: 524

Dubourg, the Misses: 471, 571 n26

“Duc de l’Omelette, The”: 31-41; and “The Bargain Lost,” 95 nn9 and 10; and “Bon-Bon,” 116 n18; and “The Cask of Amontillado,” 1264 n13; and “Diddling,” 881 n11; and the Folio Club, 201; and “The Folio Club,” 206 n2; and “Ligeia,” 331 n2; and “Loss of Breath,” 77 n38, 82 n14; and “Preface (1840),” 472; and “The Purloined Letter,” 995 n12; and “Some Secrets of the Magazine Prison-House,” 1209 n3; and “The Spectacles,” 917 n6; and “A Tale of Jerusalem,” 50 n23; mentioned 77 n41, 1376 n12

Ducrow, Andrew: 391 n25

Dudevant, Madame: See Sand, George

Duffy, Charles: 523

Dumas, Alexandre: 572 n26

Duncan, Henry: reviewed by Poe, 462 n4

Dupin, A. M. J. J.: a possible source, 525

Dupin, Louis-Ellies: 524n

Du Solle, John Stevenson: 364, 801, 804n, 1146 n6, 1253n

Dutens, Louis: cited, 1176

Duval, Claude (witness): 571 n26

Duval, Peter S.: 571 n26, 953 n23

Duyckinck, Evert A.: as a source for “Hop-Frog,” 1343; his selection of Poe’s Tales (1845), 169, 451, 722, 849; Cyclopaedia of American Literature quoted, 480, cited, 491 (title note), 523, 1043n; letters from Poe quoted, 306, 1356, 1397, cited, 260n, 1022 (title note); mention, 1366 n13


Earl House: 1367 n17

Earle, Dr. Pliny: 1001

Edinburgh Review: a source, 358 n5, 618 n14, 937, 1173 n31, 1386 (title note)

Eichendorff, J.K.B.: improbable source, 669

Egeria: 1124 n4

Elagabalus: 130 n12, 449 n1, 1308 n36

“Eldorado”: 191 (motto note), 617 n6, 1355

“Eleonora”: 635-647; and “Berenice,” 220 n9; and “A Descent into the Maelström;” 595 n3; and “The Domain of Arnheim,” 1284 n21; and “The Island of the Fay,” 598n, 606 n10; and “The Literary Life of Thingum Bob,” 1147 n25; and “MS. Found in a Bottle,” 146 nl ; and “Mellonta Tauta,” 1305 n2; and “Metzengerstein,” 16; and “Morella,” 221n, 237 n14; and “The Oval Portrait,” 661, 666 n1; and “Shadow,” 192 n9; and “The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether,” 997; and “Thou Art the Man,” 1059 n1; and “The “Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade,” 1171 n18; mentioned 308n, 620, 1318 nl

“Eleven Tales of the Arabesque”: 14, 119, 201

“Elizabeth” (acrostic verses): 1217

Elizabeth I: 117 n30, 254 (motto note), 1265 n14

“Elk, The”: See “Morning on the Wissahiccon”

Ellet, Elizabeth F.: 934 n3, 1148 n35, 1252, 1324

Elliot, William: 83, 116 n24, 117 n32

Ellis, Charles: 701, 712 n1

Emerson, Ralph Waldo: 633 n13; mentioned, 359 n21, 360 n22, 363n, 633 n6, 1118 n13, 1148 n33, 1376 n13

Emmons, Richard (“Pop” Emmons): 289 nXXIV, 1146 n1

Emmons, William: 260n, 289 nXXIV

Encyclopaedia Americana: as a source, 847 n29, 1176, 1196 n6, 1198 n18; mentioned, 290 nXXXIII

Encyclopaedia Britannica: as a source, 575n, 576, 595 n4 596 n17, 847 n29

English, Thomas Dunn: review of Poe’s Tales quoted, 395, 525, 715, 799, 844 (title note), 973, 1026n; mentioned, 849, 1124, 1146 n6, 1147 n24, 1226 n2, 1252, 1375 n2

Engstrom, Alfred G.: 168 n14, 1148 n40

“Enigma, An”: 1147 n15

“Enigmatical and Conundrum-ical”: 391, 1097 n2

Epictetus: 77 n36

Epicurus: 116 n22, 571 n20

“Epimanes” (“Four Beasts in One”): 117-130; as a Folio Club tale, 14, 171, 201, 202; and “The Folio Club,” 207 n2; and “Mellonta Tauta,” 1308 n36; and “A Tale of Jerusalem,” 42, 49 n23; and “William Wilson,” 449 n1; mentioned, 194, 358 n3, 570 n14, 997 n21

Eros: 646 n12

Escriv´, Valencian: 360 n31

“Ettrick Shepherd”: See Hogg, James

Euclid: 1307 n20

“Eulalie”: 331 n2, 1387 n18

Eureka (1848): and “Bon-Bon,” 116 n19; and “The Island of the Fay,” 605 n3; and “Mellonta Tauta,” 1290, 1308 n39; and “Mesmeric Revelation,” 1025, 1041 n10; and “The Murders in the Rue Morgue,” 573 n33; and “The Power of Words,” 1210; and “A Prediction,” 1320; and “The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade,” 1174 n44; mentioned, 359 n18, 570 n16, 571 n20; 646 n4, 996 n19, 1022 n9, 1243 n3, 1284 n18

Euripides: 455 (motto), 461 (motto note), 1324

Eusebius: 95 n15, 115 n10, 185 n17

Evans, Henry Ridgely: 1173 n30, 1265 n15

Evans, May Garrettson: 636

Eveleth, George: letter from Poe containing “A Prediction,” 1319, 1320, 1323 (title note); letters from Poe, quoted 788 n120, 1232, mentioned 803n, 1243 n3, 1365 n7; letters from Mrs. Whitman, 788 n120, 1326n, 1342 n22

Evening Mirror* (New York): first publication of “The Swiss Bell-Ringers,” 1118, 1119; other contributions by Poe cited, 1126, 1367, 1378n; mentioned, 996 n21, 1095 n11, 1244, 1387 n10. See also New-York Mirror.

Evening Post (New York): cited on the case of Mary Rogers, 775 nn7 and 8, 776 nn12, 14, 15, and 16, 777 n18, 778 n23, 779 n32, 781 n55, 782 n68, 783 n74, 788 n119

Evening Star (New York): quoted, 396

Everett, Edward: 288 nX, 292

Extra Sun (New York): first printing of “The Balloon Hoax,” 390 n7, 1066, 1068

Eymeric, Nicholas, of Gironne: 421 n23


“Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar, The”: 1228-1244; and “Berenice,” 221 n12; and “Hop-Frog,” 1354 n3, and “The Pit and the Pendulum,” 697 n3; and “A Tale of the Ragged Mountains,” 951 n4

Fagin, N. Bryllion: xxiv, 335n

Fairfield, Summer Lincoln: his magazine, 194; mentioned, 305 n16

“Fairyland” [I]: 38 n8, 698 n11

“Fairy-Land” [II]: 618 n19

“Fall of the House of Usher, The”: 392-422; and “The Cask of Amontillado,” 1253n; and “ ‘The Colloquy of Monos and Una,” 618 n19; and “The Conversation of Eiros and Charmion,” 462 n5; and “Ligeia,” 305, 334 n28; and “Lionizing,” 185 n16; and “Morella,” 237 n11; and “The Murders in the Rue Morgue,” 570 n9; and “Mystification,” 291n; and “The Oval Portrait,” 660n, 661n; and “The Premature Burial,” 953n; and “The Purloined Letter,” 995 n13; and “The Tell-Tale Heart,” 798 n10; and “William Wilson,” 425n; mentioned, 4

Faraday, Michael: 619 n22

Farnesian Hercules: 305 n8

“Father Prout”: See Mahony, Francis

Favyn, André: 305 n9

Fay, Theodore S.: 172, 290 nXXXVIII, 292n, 845 (motto note)

Featherstonhaugh, George William (geologist): 1117 n10

Felheim, Marvell: 1266 n19

Ferguson, J. DeLancey: 649n

“Few Words bout Brainard, A”: 882 n18

“Few Words on Etiquette, A”: 206 n2

Fichte, Johann Gottlieb: 82 n7, 237 n4

Field, Joseph M.: letter from Poe, 1231n; mentioned, 1150n

Fielding, Henry: 358 n6, 882 n21, 1307 n25

“Fifty Suggestions” (1849): 504 n6, 516 n7, 518 n19, 574 n41, 632 n1, 633 n8, 645 n1, 659 n11, 1099, 1305 n1

Finden, William (engraver): 1121n

“Fine Old English Gentleman” (ballad): 658 n6

Firdusi: Shah Namah, cited 972 n20

Flaccus, Quintus Horatius: See Horace

“Flaccus”: See Ward, Thomas.

Flag of Our Union* (Boston): first publication of “Hop-Frog,” 1344, of “Von Kempelen and His Discovery,” 1357, of “X-ing a Paragrab,” 1368, and of “Landor’s Cottage,” 1327, 1328; mentioned, 1365 n3

Fletcher, Giles: 702 (motto), 712 (motto note), 1267 (motto), 1283 (motto note)

Flexner, James Thomas: 801n

Flint, Timothy: 260n, 287 nVIII, 1146 n1

Florus: Epitome, 206 n2, 571 n24; De Qualitate Vitae, 658 n9

Fludd, Dr. Robert: 420 n20

Flying Dutchman: 132, 133

“Folio Club, The” (Poe’s introduction for his proposed collection of “Tales of the Folio Club”): 200-207; and “The Business Man,” 492 n11; and “Diddling,” 880-881 n5; and “The Murders in the Rue Morgue,” 571 n24; and “Mystification,” 292; and “The Purloined Letter,” 996 n22; and “A Tale of Jerusalem,” 42; and “The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade,” 1170 n3; mentioned 255 n17. See also “Tales of the Folio Club”

Foote, Dorothy Norris: 1266 n19

“For Annie”: 606 n13, 1342 n19, 1376 n9

Forclaz, Roger: 207n

Fordham (a village now part of New York City; Poe’s home from 1846): 494, 504 n15, 569 n4, 677 n1, 1266n, 1326

Forgues, E.D.: 526, 569 (title note), 777 n17, 1386 n5

Forrest, Edwin: 60 n11, 75 n11, 1266n

Forrest, William Mentzel: 1264 n12

Fort Moultrie: 845 n2; mentioned, 132, 472, 789, 845 n8, 1088 n29

Fossum, Robert H.: 1266 n19

Foster, Theodore: 1209 n2

Fouqué, Friedrich Heinrich Karl, baron de LaMotte: his Undine reviewed by Poe, 598n, 658 n7

“Four Beasts in One” (first published as “Epimanes”): 117-130. See references under “Epimanes”

Fourier, François-Maire-Charles: 1306 n12

Fox, Louis H.: cited, 1029

Francis, Dr. John W.: 1243 n3

Fraser’s Magazine (London): “The Miller Correspondence,” a prototype for “Autography,” 259, 286 n3; “The Maelström: A Fragment,” chief inspiration for “A Descent into the Maelstrom,” 575; as a source of details in Poe’s stories, 77 n41, 360 n31, 363, 419 n16, 634 n18, 658 n6, 1195 n4; mentioned, 358 n11, 648n, 970 n5

French, John C.: 201, 206 n2, 636

French, Warren G.: 1245n

Froissart, Jean: as a source, 1343-44, 1355 n12; mentioned, 917 n3

Frost, John: a source, 921, 934 n2

Fuller, Hiram: 1252, 1264 n5; and the New York Mirror, 1407

Fuller, Margaret: 335n, 359 n21, 633 n6

Fullerton, Lady Georgiana: Ellen Middleton, a source, 1218, 1226 (title note)

Fulton, Robert: 1094 n2

Fuseli, Henry: 418 n10

Fussell, Edwin: 595, 606 n9

Fuzelier, Louis: 221 n13


“Gaffy”: 3-4

Gall, Franz Josef: 1200 n30, 1226 n2

Galle, Johann Gottfried (discoverer of Neptune): 1320

Gallois, Leonard: 680n

Gargano, James W.: 425n

Garnier, Jean-Guillaume: 82 n3

Gaskin, the Reverend George: 449 n2

Gaultier, Bon (pseud.): See Aytoun, William Edmonstoune

Gaultier, Louis-Edouard-Camille: 1126

Gay, John: 1149 n48

“G.B.”: See Brunet, Gustave

Gellius, Aulus: cited, 361 n38

Gentleman’s Magazine (London): 780, 1143

Gentleman’s Magazine (Philadelphia): See Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine.

George IV (king of England): 117 n30, 118, 1354 n1; mentioned, 185 n11, 1147 n19

George of Trebizond: 115 n5

Gerber, Gerald E.: 669n, 1098, 1111 n7

Gerould, G.H.: 332 n8

Gibbon, Edward: cited, 191 n2, 358 n3

Gift for 1836, The*: 119, 134, 194, 288 nIX, 424n, 1399

Gift for 1840, The*: first publication of “William Wilson,” 425, 1399

Gift for 1842, The*: first publication of “Eleonora,” 637, 1399 mentioned, 635n

Gift for 1843, The*: first publication of “The Pit and the Pendulum,” 681, 1399

Gift for 1845, The *: first publication of “The Purloined Letter,” 973, 1399

Gildersleeve, Basil L.: 845 n2

Gill, William Fearing: cited, 1327n

Gimbel, Richard: 885n

Gisquet, Henri-Joseph: 573 n31, 775 n10, 994 n3

Glanvill, Joseph: a source, 310 (motto), 331 (motto note), 332 n10, 577 (motto), 595 (motto note)

Glass, Francis: life of Washington in Latin reviewed by Poe, 41 n32

Gleig, G.R.: Memoirs of . . . Hastings, quoted, 937-938; mentioned, 952 n14

Glendinning, Sergeant Major: 450 n13

Glidden, George Robins: a source, 1175, 1197 n8, 1199 n27, 1200 n28

Glover, Richard: 1110 n2

Godey, Louis A.: 921, 1043, 1205, 1253n, 1290

Godey’s Lady’s Book* (Philadelphia): (successive titles: Lady’s Book, 1830-39; Godey’s Lady’s Book and Ladies’ American Magazine, 1840-43; Godey’s Magazine and Lady’s Book, 1844-48; Godey’s Lady’s Book, 1848-54; Godey’s Lady’s Book and Magazine, 1854-83; Godey’s Lady’s Book, 1883-92; and finally Godey’s Magazine, 1892-98): first publication of “The Visionary” (“The Assignation”), 109, 150, of “A Tale of the Ragged Mountains” (B), 938, of “The Oblong Box,” 922, of “Thou Art the Man” (B), 1043, of “The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade,” 1151, of “The Cask of Amontillado,” 1256, of “Mellonta Tanta,” 1290; other pieces by Poe in Godey’s cited, “The Literati of New York City” (for citations, see under “Literati”), “Marginal Notes,” 1409 (for citations, see under “Marginalia”); as a source, 222; mentioned, 168, 206 n2, 290 nXXXIV, 357 n2, 921, 1026, 1124n, 1387 n12

Godwin, William: 60 n7, 394, 1367 n19

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von: “Das Veilchen” quoted and adapted for Poe’s use, 150 (variant), 167 (motto note), 361 n33, 362 n49; other mention, 359 n21, 517 n10, 1366 n12

“Gold-Bug, The”: 799-847; and “The Balloon Hoax,” 1088 n29; and “Landor’s Cottage,” 1341 n11; and “The Man that was Used Up.” 391 n28; and “Morning on the Wissahiccon,” 867 n6; and “The Murders in the Rue Morgue,” 574 n35; and “A Reviewer Reviewed,” 1387 n15; and “Some Words with a Mummy,” 1199 n20; and “The Sphinx,” 1245, 1251 n6; mentioned, 4, 1064, 1386 n6

Goldsmith, Oliver: a source, 149; mentioned, 95 n15

Goncourt, Edmond and Jules de: quoted on Poe’s detective stories, 521n

Gore, Mrs. Catherine: 1060 n10, 1227 n7

Gorgias of Leontini: 359 n18, 516 n4

Gould, Hannah Flagg: 260n, 289 nXXVII

Gowans, William: 419 n15, 421 n25, 518 n19, 1324n

Graham, George R.: 506, 803, 1124n, 1205

Graham’s Magazine* (Philadelphia): 505-506, 1147 n31, 1403; first publication of “The Man of the Crowd,” 505-506, of “The Murders in the Rue Morgue” (B), 526, of “A Descent into the Maelström,” 574, 577, of “The Island of the Fay,” 597, of “The Colloquy of Monos and Una,” 607, of “Never Bet the Devil Your Head,” 620, of “Life in Death” (“The Oval Portrait”), 659, 662, of “The Masque of the Red Death,” 670, of “The Imp of the Perverse,” 1218, 1219, of “The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether” (B), 1001-1002; Poe’s connection with the magazine, 492n, 506, 701, 1206; reviews by Poe, See Poe: reviews; other pieces by Poe in Graham’s cited, “A Chapter on Autography,” 259, 260n, 1041 n5, 1111 n2, “An Appendix of Autographs,” 259, 632 n3, 1118 n13, “Fifty Suggestions,” 1099n, 1305 nl, “Marginalia;” 1409 (for specific citations, see under “Marginalia”), “Philosophy of Composition,” 149, 1386 n1, 1387 n10, “To Helen” (C), 647 n16; other pieces by Poe mentioned, 787 n109, 882 n18, 1001n, 1024n; Lowell’s sketch of Poe cited, 1068, 1126, 1149 n46; epigram signed “W.”, 1386 n1; additional mention, 632 n3, and passim

Grand Guignol Theatre (Paris): 997n

Grandjean, Auguste: 75 n8, 1112 n12

Grattan, Thomas Colley: a possible source, 1060 n4

Graveley, William H., Jr.: 577n, 804n

Gray, Thomas: 168 n17, 185 n9, 517 n16, 713 n7

Green, Charles (balloonist): 1063, 1064, 1082 n1, 1084 n9, 1306 n5

Green, Sarah: a possible source, 357 n1

Gresset, Jean-Baptiste-Louis: a possible source, 419 n16

Griffith, Richard: as a source, 116 n20

Griswold, Captain Henry: 845 n8

Griswold, Rufus Wilmot: his edition of the Works of . . . Poe (1850, 1856), xxviii, xxxi, 1399-1400, omits “Morning on the Wissahiccon,” 860, omits “Some Secrets of the Magazine Prison-House,” 1205, adds to Poe’s “Marginalia” several reviews and fragments, 1121n, adds to the text of “The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Schelrerazade,” 1171 nn11 and 15, 1172 n21, 1173 n30, collects “The Landscape Garden” as a separate tale, 700, collects “How to Write a Blackwood Article” as two stories, 335, cited, 1147 n24, 1198 n15, 1232n; “Memoir” cited, 449 n2, 526n, 679, 700 n27; Poets and Poetry of America (1842), contains a Poe source, 16, reviewed by Poe, 1146 n1, mentioned 634 n23; Prose Writers of America (1847), first to anthologize “The Fall of the House of Usher,” 396; Female Poets of America (1848), reviewed by Poe, 1025; “Ludwig” article (October 9, 1849) cited, 1365 n4; Poe manuscripts left in Griswold’s hands — fragment of “Silence,” 194, “A Reviewer Reviewed,” 1377, “The Light-House,” 1389

Griswold, W.M. (son of Rufus): 1377, 1389

Gross, Seymour: 661n

Gruener, Gustav: 774 (motto note), 970 n6

Gueret, Gabriel: Parnasse Reformé cited, 38 n2

Guiccioli, Contessa Teresa: 148

Guilds, John C., Jr.: 132

Gully, John: 358 n9


Hafiz (“The bard of Shiraz”): 647 n18

Hale, Sarah Josepha: 149, 290 nXXXIV, 921

Hall, Harrison: letter from Poe quoted, 202, mentioned, 14

Hall, Joseph: 172 and 178 (motto), 183 (motto note)

Hall, Samuel Carter: a possible source, 712 (motto note); mentioned 1097 n3

Hall, Thomas: 1365 n8, 1366 n9

Halleck, Fitz-Greene: 287 nVII, 1309 n43

Hamilton, Clayton: 308n

Hamilton, Robert: letter from Poe quoted, 702; mentioned, 1218

Hammond, Alexander: 286 n2

Hannibal: 882 n12

“Hans Pfaall” (“Hans Phaall” 1835 and 1840): 1387 n23; and “The Balloon Hoax,” 1087 n24; and “The Devil in the Belfry,” 375 n4; and the Folio Club, 203; and “The Island of the Fay,” 598, 606 n14; and “MS. Found in a Bottle,” 132n, 148 n26; and “Mellonta Tanta,” 1306 n4; and “Moving Chapters,” 1094 n9; and “The Murders in the Rue Morgue,” 572 n30; mentioned, 288 nXVIII, 420 n17, 994 n12, 1023 n12

Hardenberg, Friedrich von (“Novalis”): 723 (motto), 774 (motto note), 952 n13

Haroun Alraschid: 1173 n30

Haroun Vathek Billah: 972 n20

Harrison, James A. (ed.): Complete Works: xxvii, xxix, 1406; sources of texts, 1400n; first publication of “The Folio Club,” 14, 203; cited on specific tales, 260, 700, 1121n; letters and other source material cited, 3, 307n, 454n, 525n, 1231n, 1232n; reviews wrongly attributed to Poe, 632 n3, 867 n5; other mention, 448 (motto note), 453n, 516 n3, 845 n2, 881 n5, 1099n, 1365 n4, 1377n

Hastings, Warren: Macaulay’s essay cited, 937, 950 n1; mentioned, 952 n14

Hatto II, Archbishop of Mainz: 699 n19

Hatvary, George E.: “Poe’s Borrowings from H.B. Wallace” cited, 1340 (title note); Edgar Allan Poe / Prose Romances . . . Facsimile ed. (Hatvary and Mabbott) cited, 1397

“Haunted Palace, The”: 418 n12, 618 n20

Hawthorne, Nathaniel: Poe’s reviews of Twice-Told Tales cited — (Graham’s, May 1842) for the definition of a short story, xviii, 335, and for Hawthorne’s “plagiarism,” 451 n19, (Godey’s, November 1847) on allegory, xxvi; Hawthorne’s stories cited, 362 n43, 661n; mention, 335n, 800n

Haycraft, Howard: Murder for Pleasure cited, 525n, 1042n

Headley, Joel T.: a source, 1253, 1254

Heaney, Howell J.: 527, 885n

Heartman, Charles F., and James R. Canny: A Bibliography of . . . Poe (1943) cited, on “The Fall of the House of Usher,” 396n; on “Eleonora,” 637n; on English piracy of “The Gold-Bug,” 804n; on “The Spectacles,” 885n; on “The Balloon Hoax,” 1068n; on Graham’s Magazine, 1147 n31; on “X-ing a Paragrab,” 1367n, 1368 (under TEXTS); on Griswold’s Works of . . . Poe, 1399n

Heber, Bishop Reginald: 200 n8

Hedelin, François: 305 n11

Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich: 503 (initial note)

Helen of Troy: 192 n10

Helfers, Colonel Melvin: 450 n13

Heliogabalus: See Elagabalus

Heloise, 619 n26

Henry, Joseph: 619 n22

Henson, William Samuel: 1063n, 1064n, 1082 n1, 1083 n4

Hephaestus / Vulcan (Mulciber): 60 n5

Heracleides: 130 n13

Heraclitus: 115 n4, 304 n4

Herbelot, Barthélemy d’: Bibliothèque Orientale, 219 n1

Hercules: 82 n11, 333 n20

Hermannus, Paulus: 184 n3

Hero of Alexandria: 1201 n39

Herod the Great: 41, 95 n17, 450 n12

Herodes, Tiberius Claudius Atticus (rhetorician): 450 n14

Herodotus: 61 n20, 76 n17, 129 n1, 617 n3

Herschel, Sir John: 570 n16, 571 n23, 573 n30, 1066n

Herschel, Sir William: 570 n16, 571 n21

Hess, Jeffrey A.: 1284 n20

Hewitt, B.R. (druggist): 60 n9

Hewitt, John H.: 14, 60 n9, 471 n5, 1146 n6

Hewitt, Mrs Mary E.: 1028n, 1148 n33

Hill, Dana C.: 846 n22

Hills, E.C.: 360 n31

Hippocrates: 60 n3

Hirsch, David: 32n, 38 n3, 679n

Hirst, Henry Beck: biographical sketch of Poe (1843) cited, 131n, 330 (title note), 449 n2; other mention, 1342 n17

Hobbes, Thomas: Leviathan quoted, 236 n3, 570 n17

Hodges, T.M.: 716n

Hodgson, John Edmund: The History of Aeronautics in Great Britain cited, 1063n, 1065, 1082 n1, 1083 n4

Hoffmann, E.T.A.: as a possible Poe source, 149, 394, 424n; mentioned, 421 n21, 474 n5

Hogarth, William: 1149 n47

Hogg, James (“the Ettrick Shepherd”): 1289, 1307 n21

Hogg, R.M.: 801n, 885n

Holberg, Ludvig: 420 n19

Holbrook, Richard: 1117 n8

Hollond, Robert: 1082 n1

Holsapple, C.K.: 669n

Holt, Palmer C.: 236 (motto note), 632 n2

Home Journal (New York): 1284 n12a, 1343 n23, 1366 n10

Homer: 115 n7, 1146 nI; Iliad, 60 n5, 254 n6, 516 n3, 1227 n9, 1387 n21; Odyssey, 61 n20, 76 n28, 167 n6, 188, 192 n10, 713 n12

Homer Junior: 186 n23

Hood, Thomas: 118, 971 n15, 1376 n9

Hoole, John: cited, 361 n32

“Hop-Frog”: 1343-1355; and “King Pest,” 225 n13; and “The Murders in the Rue Morgue,” 522n, 524, 574 n35; and “The Oblong Box,” 935 n7; and “Philosophy of Furniture,” 504 n11; and “The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether,” 1024 n26

“Hop o’ My Thumb”: 633 n5

Hopkinson, Joseph: 289 nXXIII

Horace (Quintus Horatius Flaccus): Ars Poetica, 117 n28, 254 n7; Epistolae, 117 n27, 574 n40, 787 n107, 1022 n6, 1148 n43; mentioned, 82 n12, 116 n25, 658 n9, 881 n10

Horne, Richard Henry (Hengist): Orion, review by Poe cited, 305 n11, 360 n24, 647 n20, 881 n9, 1041 n4; and “The Spectacles,” 884-885; other mention, 1060 n10

Horsley, Samuel: 659 n11

Hoshea: and “A Dream,” 10

Hudson, Jean Antoine: 666 (motto note)

Houris: 332 n9, 667 n6

“How to Write a Blackwood Article”: 334-362; and “The Business Man,” 491 n4; and “A Decided Loss,” 51; and “Eleonora,” 646 n8; and “Lionizing,” 186 n18; and “Loss of Breath,” 76 n27; and “The Man of the Crowd,” 516 n4; and “The Man that was Used Up,” 391 n23; and “Mesmeric Revelation,” 1042 n12; and “The Pit and the Pendulum,” 678; and “The Premature Burial,” 970 n9; and “A Reviewer Reviewed,” 1378; and “Some Words with a Mummy,” 1201 n40; and “The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade,” 1170 (motto note), 1171 n18; and “The Visionary,” 167 (motto note); mentioned, 394, 474 n2, 700 n23

Howitt, Mary: Birds and Flowers reviewed by Poe, 289 nXXVII

Hoyle, Edmond: 569 n3

Hubbell, Jay B.: 576n, 660n

Hudson, Ruth Leigh: “Poe and Disraeli” cited, 32n, 238n, 225 n17, 881 n5

Hugo, Victor: as a source, Notre-Dame de Paris, 605 (motto note), 645 (motto note), 679n, 953 n23, 1255n, 1355 n6; Hernani, 677 n7; mentioned, 421 n21

Hume, David: 1319 n8

Hume, Joseph: 1319 n8

Humphreys, David: a source, 523

Hungerford, Edward: 331 n5, 881 n11, 1227 n2

Huntington, Henry E.: 224

Hyperion: 1147 n30

Hyslop, Beatrice F.: 573 n31


Iamblichus: 646 n12

“Imp of the Perverse, The”: 1217-1227; and “The Black Cat,” 847, 859 n5; and “The Murders in the Rue Morgue,” 569 (motto note); and “Some Words with a Mummy,” 1199 n26, 1200 n30

Ingraham, J.H.: 722n, 1368 (under TEXTS)

Ingram, John H.: 1406; Edgar Allan Poe, His Life, Letters, and Opinions (1880; revised 1884, 1891), 424n, 453n, 494n, 788 n120, 1284 n12a, 1290; The Works of Edgar Allan Poe (1874-1875), 238, 662 (under TEXTS), 700, 1206 (under TEXTS); letters from W.H. Browne 134n, from Eveleth, 1320 (under TEXTS), 1323 (title note), from Father Tabb, 848n, from Mrs. Whitman, 1342 n22; mentioned 669n

Ingram List: 1406-1407; citations, 134n, 618 n18, 788 n120, 801n, 848n, 1320, 1326n, 1342 n22

“Instinct vs Reason”: 477-480; mentioned, 493, 848, 1097 (title note), 1170 n4, 1171 n17, 1172 n23

Iras: 462 (title note)

“Irenë”: 199 n2, 619 n23

Irving, Washington: 260, 287 nIII, 288 nXI; a source, for “William Wilson,” 422, 423, 424, for “The Gold-Bug,” 800; A Tour of the Prairies quoted, 1308 n35; other mentions, 364, 374 n2, 375 n9, 417 n1, 450 n8, 472, 493 n19, 1170 n1

Isani, Muktar Ali: cited, 952 n14

“Island of the Fay, The”: 597-607; and “Berenice,” 220 n9; and “The Colloquy of Monos and Una,” 607, 619 n21; and “The Domain of Arnheim,” 1285 n26; and “Eleonora,” 636, 645 (motto note), 646 n9; and “The Fall of the House of Usher,” 421 n24; and “Landor’s Cottage,” 1342 n13; and “The Murders in the Rue Morgue,” 572 n30; and “The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade,” 1172 n27

“Israfel” (1831): 200 n9, 332 n9, 417 (motto note), 667 n6

Issachar: 1243 n1

“It’s Very Odd”: possible source, 1099


“Jack Downing” (pseud.): 260n, 290 nXXXVI

Jackson, Andrew: economic aspects of his administration, 492 n13, 881 n7, 1309 n46; other mentions, 290 nXXXVI, 362 n46, 1097 n4

Jackson, David K.: 118, 260n, 598n, 934 (title note), 1243 (title note)

Jacobs, Robert D.: 618 n19, 1341 n7

James, George Payne Rainsford: 391 n26, 417 n1

Jehoshaphat: 60 n29

Jekyll, Joseph: possible source, 1254, 1264 n6

Jermyn Street: 185 n9

Joannes ab Indagine of Steinheim: 420 n20

Jochai, Simeon ben (Jochiades): Zohar, 1170 n1

John Pease and Son: 1097 n4

Johnson, Richard M. (vice-president): 377n

Johnson, Samuel: 357 (motto note), 362 n46, 635, 848n, 1199 n25

Johnston, J.M.: and manuscript of “Murders,” 525

Johnstone, Edward William: a source, 290 nXXXIII

Jones, George: Ancient America, 1200 n34, 1342 n14

Jones, Napoleon Bonaparte: 917 n2

Jonson, Ben: a source, 292 (motto), 304 (motto note)

Jordan, Frank C.: 576n, 596 n14

Josephus: 118, 129 n6, 192 n6

Journal des Sçavans: 290 nXXXIIn

Journal of Commerce (New York): cited, 779 n34, 1176

“Journal of Julius Rodman, The” (1840): and “The Domain of Arnheim,” 1285 n25; and “Instinct vs Reason,” 480 n3; and “Landor’s Cottage,” 1341 n5; and “The Light-House,” 1392 n3; and “Mystification,” 304 n6; and “Philosophy of Furniture,” 504 n7; and “A Tale of the Ragged Mountains,” 951 n6; and “The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade,” 1171 n10

“Judy O‘Flanagan” (song): 375 n9

“Julius” (pseudonym): 183 n2

Julien, Bernard-Romain: 1342 n23

Juvenal: 504 n11, 1199 n22, 1354 n2


Kabbala: 1170 n1, 1199 n26, 1226 n1

Kant, Immanuel: 82 n7, 115 n3, 237 n4, 358 n7, 359 n20, 633 n13, 1307 n20, 1318 n4

Kaplan, Sidney: 148 n4

Keats, John: 38 n1, 255 n14, 619 n25

Keith, Patrick: a source, 360 n28, 1171 n18, 1172 n22

Kellenbarack, Mrs.: See Loss, Frederica

Kellenbarack, Oscar: 779 n35

Kemble, Fanny: 504 n14, 860, 866 n5

Kempelen, Wolfgang von: 1366 n15

Kendall, Lyle H.: 396n

Kennedy, John Pendleton: 14, 131, 288 nXIII; letters from Poe cited, 51, 119, 134, 171, 194; letter to Poe, 84n; mentioned, 77 n41, 134n, 780 n43

Kennedy, William: Texas, 1171 n11

Kenney, James: Raising the Wind (1803), a source, 868, 880 n2, 882 n14

Kepler, Johann: 1289, 1307 n28, 1319 n11, 1323 n2

Kerner, Justinus Andreas: The Seeress of Prevorst, a source, 1229, 1244

Kickapoo Indians: 377, 389 (title note)

Kidd, Captain William: 799, 800n

Kilbourne, John D.: 471 n5, 1029

King, Henry: 150 (motto), 167 (motto note), 799 n11

King, Lucille: “Notes on Poe’s Sources” cited, 15n, 207, 358 n10, 1176

“King Pest”: 238-255; and “Diddling,” 880 n5; and the Folio Club, 203; and “Hop-Frog,” 1355 n14; and “Loss of Breath,” 76 n25; and “The Man of the Crowd,” 517 n16; and “The Masque of the Red Death,” 668; and “The Premature, Burial” 953n; mentioned, 85, 31 n12, 32, 77 n41, 474, 679

Kircher, Athanasius: 596 n12

Kirkland, Caroline: Poe’s “Literati” sketch mentioned, 1227 n3

Kittredge, George Lyman: 167 n1, 1227 n7

Knapp, John Francis: 789, 790

Knickerbocker Magazine (New York): as a source for “The Psyche Zenobia,” 335, for “William Wilson,” 424n, for “The Spectacles,” 883, for details in Poe’s stories, 699 n19, 797 (motto note), 1265 n16; review of Poe’s Works, charging plagiary, 679; “Ollapodiana,” 362 n45; mentioned, 287 nVIII, 632 n3, 881 n8, 1125, 1148 nn33 and 39

Knowlton, Edgar C., Jr.: 360 n31, 361 n32

“Know-Nothings”: See American Party

Koekkoek, Professor Byron: 775 n8

Koekkoek, William: in the Mary Rogers case, 775 n8

Koester, William H.: 134, 885n, 1113n

Kock, Paul de: 1022 n8

Koran (Sale’s): 596 n19, 1172 n26

Krappe, Edith H.: 791

Kremer, Gerhard: See Mercator, Gerardus

Kuiper, Gerard P. (astronomer): 1323 n3

Kupris (Aphrodite): 39 n16


Labouisse-Rochefort, Eléonore de: 645 (title note)

La Bruyère: a source, 30 n2, 506 (motto), 516 (motto note); mentioned 995 n13

La Chaise, Père: 40 n27

Lacroix, Silvestre-François: 82 n3

Ladies’ Companion, Snowden’s* (New York): first publication of “The Landscape Garden”: 702, of “The Mystery of Marie Roget,” 722; mentioned, 719, 781 n49, 785 n84

Lafitte, the Pirate of the Gulf (novel reviewed by Poe): 1111 n3

“Lake, The”: 147 n14, 504 n13

Lalande, Henriette Clementine: 917 n9

Lamartine, Alphonse de: 571 n 18, 1110 n2

Lamb, Charles: 76 n21, 304 n7, 462 n3, 1172 n27

Lamennais, Père Félicité-Robin de: 784 n75

La Matte-Fouqué: See Fouqué.

Landon, Letitia E.: 184 n7, 1216 (title note)

Landor, Edward Wilson: a source, 575

Landor, Walter Savage: 452n, 1340 (title note)

Landor, William (pseud.): See Wallace, Horace Binney.

“Landor’s Cottage”: 1325-1343 and “Bon-Bon,” 115 n8; and “The Gold-Bug,” 846 n15; and “The Island of the Fay,” 606 n8; and “Morning on the Wissahiccon,” 867 n6; and “Philosophy of Furniture,” 494; and “A Tale of the Ragged Mountains,” 951 n7

“Landscape Garden, The”: 700-713; and “The Domain of Arnheim,” 1266, 1283 n6c, 1284 n12a; and “Landor’s Cottage,” 1341 n5; and “Ligeia,” 331 n4; and “Lionizing;” 185 n14; and “The Mystery of Marie Roget,” 788 n121; and “Philosophy of Furniture,” 504 n12

Langley, J. and H.G.: letter from Poe, 701

Laplace, Pierre-Simon, Marquis de: cosmogony, 571 n20; on probability, 788 n122; nebular hypothesis, 1323 n1; mention, 480 n3, 1022 n9, 1319 n10

Lardner, Dionysius: a source, 648, 659 nn10 and 15, 1151; cited, 1 173 n33, 1174 nn34, 35, 36, 37, 39, 44

La Rochefoucauld, François, Duc de: 995 n13

Lasalle, General Antoine, Comte de: 679-680 and note, 700 n28

Latrobe, John H.B.: 131, 576n

Laverna: 574 n40

Laverty, Carroll D.: 846 n13, 1251 n6, 1343 n23

Lavoisier, Antoine Laurent (1743-1794): 1366 n9

Lawrence, D.H.: 308n, 395

Lea and Blanchard (publishers): 334

LeBrun, Charles: 31, 40 n27

Ledden, Mildred M.: 783 n74

LeDuc, Mary Elizabeth Bronson: 1343 n23

Lee, Nathaniel (dramatist): 1147 n14

LeFanu, Joseph Sheridan: a source, 524

Legends of a Log Cabin, by a Western Man: and “Silence,” 207 n2

Leggett, William: a possible source, 1042

Leibnitz, Gottfried Wilhelm von: 115 n3, 516 n4

Leitch, Samuel Jr.: merchant, 953 n23

Lemprière, John: 129 n2, 290 nXXXII, 291 nXXXVIII, 449 n1

Lenclos, Ninon de: 918 n14

“Lenore”: 969 n3

l’Entr‘Acte (Paris): 526n

Leonard Scott & Co.: 1209 n2

Lesage, Alain René: as a source, mentioned, 634 n19, 1111 n10

Leslie, Eliza: 134, 288 nIX

“Letter to Mr. —— ” (“Letter to B —— ”): and “Ligeia,” 332 n10; and “The Murders in the Rue Morgue,” 572 n29; and “The Purloined Letter,” 972; and “The Spectacles,” 918 n11; mentioned, 698 n18

Lever, Charles: a source, 1000, 1001, 1023 n19; quoted, 186 n20, 375 n4, 1354 n1; mentioned, 1195 n4

Levin, Harry: 678 n13

Lewis, Sarah Anna: 1147 n15, 1284 n12a

Lieber, Francis: 290 nXXXIII

“Life in Death” (“The Oval Portrait”): 659-667; and “Berenice,” 666 (title note); and “Ligeia,” 332 n9; and “Mystification,” 291; and “The Pit and the Pendulum,” 698 n6; and “The Spectacles,” 666 (motto note); and “A Tale of the Ragged Mountains,” 952 n17; mentioned, 149, 504 n14

“Ligeia”: 305-334; and “The Assignation,” 167 n6, 168 nt19; and “Berenice,” 219 n3, 221 n11; and “The Black Cat,” 860 n12; and “A Descent into the Maelström,” 595 (motto note); and “Eleonora,” 647 n24; and “The Fall of the House of Usher,” 418 n3, 421 n28; and “The Landscape Garden,” 713 n13; and “The Man that was Used Up,” 376, 390 n3; and “MS. Found in a Bottle,” 147 n19; and “Mellonta Tauta,” 1308 n37; and “Mesmeric Revelation,” 1042 n15; and “Metzengerstein,” 15, 31 n12; and “The Murders 376; in the Rue Morgue,” 572 n29; and “Mystification,” 305 n8; and “The Oval Portrait,” 661n, 667 n6; and “The Pit and the Pendulum,” 697 n4, 699 n18; and “The Premature Burial,” 953n, 971 n11; and “Silence,” 200 n6; and “The Tell-Tale Heart,” 798 n2

“Light-House, The”: 1388-1392; mentioned, 994 n1, 1284 n24

Lind, Sidney E.: “Poe and Mesmerism” cited, 935-936, 951 n4, 952 n18, 1024n, 1025, 1229n

“Lines after Elizabeth Barrett”: 1216 n4

“Lionizing”: 169-187; and “The Angel of the Odd,” 1099, 1111 n3; and “The Balloon Hoax,” 1083 n6; and “Bon-Bon,” 115 n12; and “The Business Man,” 491 n2; and “The Cask of Amontillado,” 1264 n6; and “Desultory Notes on Cats,” 1097 n1; and “The Devil in the Belfry,” 375 n2; and the Folio Club, 202; and “The Folio Club,” 206 n2; and “The Landscape Garden,” 712 n2; and “The Literary Life of Thingum Bob,” 1146 n5; and “The Man that was Used Up,” 390 n18, 391 n21; and “The Murders in the Rue Morgue,” 570 n9; and “Mystification,” 291, 292n; and “Never Bet the Devil Your Head,” 634 n21; and “The Purloined Letter,” 995 n14; and “The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether,” 1022 n3; and “The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade,” 1172 n26; and “Three Sundays in a Week,” 648; and “The Visionary,” 169 n31; and “William Wilson,” 425n

Literary Examiner (Pittsburgh): “American Novel-Writing,” 569 (motto note), 936n

Literary Gazette (London): 1386 n7, 1387 n13

“Literary Life of Thingum Bob, The”: 1124-1149; and “Autography,” 287 nVIII, 289 nXXIV, and “The Cask of Amontillado,” 1264 n13; and “Moving Chapters,” 1095 n16; and “Never Bet the Devil Your Head,” 633 n7; and “Some Secrets of the Magazine Prison-House,” 1209 n4; mentioned, 1205

Literary World (New York): 172, 1356, 1366 n13

“Literati of New York City, The” (1846): 775 n6, 1041 n6, 1066n, 1100n, 1227 n3, 1243 n1, 1253, 1375 n2, 1387 n17

“Littleton Barry” (pseudonym): 32, 77 n41

“Living Writers of America, The”: 1228n

Livius Andronicus: 116 n25

Livy: 117 n28, 882 n12, 1118 n16, 1124 n4

Llorente, Juan Antonio: a source, 679n, 680, 699 n20

Lloyd’s Entertaining Journal (London): 868, 885

Locke, John: 237 n4, 359, 917 n3

Locke, Richard Adams: 917 n3, 1066, 1068, 1365 n6, 1387 n12

Lograsso, Angeline H.: 1243 n1

Lombard, Charles: 1355 n6

Loménie, Louis-Léonard de: 417 (motto note)

London Morning Post: 1231

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth: motto for “The Tell-Tale Heart,” 792, 797 (motto note); review by Poe cited, 186 n20; mentioned, 798 n11, 1378n

“Longfellow War”: 781 n57, 1378n

Longinus: 361 n37

Longstreet, Augustus Baldwin: Poe’s review of Georgia Scenes cited, 846 n20, 995 n13

Lorde, André de: 997n

Lorrain, Claude: 713 n8

Loss, Frederica (Mrs. Kellenbarack): associated with the Mary Rogers case, 719, 720, 779 nn35 and 37, 785 nn89 and 90

“Loss of Breath”: 61-83; and “The Angel of the Odd,” 111 n11, 1112 n12; and “The Devil in the Belfry,” 375 n5; and “The Duc de l’Omelette,” 40 n20; and the Folio Club, 201; and “The Folio Club,” 206 n2; and “How to Write a Blackwood Article,” 362 n43; and “The Literary Life of Thingum Bob,” 1146 n4; and “The Man that was Used Up;” 390 n17; and “MS. Found in a Bottle,” 133n; and “Morella;” 237 n4; and “Never Bet the Devil Your Head,” 634 n20; and “The Pit and the Pendulum,” 698 n12; and “The Premature Burial,” 953n, 970 n8, 971 n16; and “Some Words with a Mummy,” 1176; and “A Tale of Jerusalem,” 42n, 50 n23; and “The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade,” 1174 n37; mentioned, 474 n6

Lovecraft, Howard Phillips: 393

Lowell, James Russell: letter (May 28, 1844) from Poe quoted, 799, cited, 861n, 919, 954, 1001, 1022 (title note), 1025, 1043, 1100n; letter (July 2, 1844) from Poe quoted, 972, 1099, cited, 712 n4, 1025n, 1041 n10; letter (August 18, 1844) from Poe cited, 169 n24, 1025, 1026; sketch of Poe cited, 1068, 1126, 1149 n46; mentioned, 377n, 791, 846 n14, 1146 n6

Lucan (A.D. 39-65): 43 (motto), 48 n1, 361 n36

Lucchesi, Frederick: 471 n5, 1256, 1264 n5

Lucian (c. A.D. 25-190): 361 n36, 452n, 516 n7, 570 n8

Lucilius, C.: 116 n25

Lucretius: 206 n2, 1200 n29

Lully, Raymond: 638 (motto), 645 (motto note)

Luther, Martin: 18 (motto), 30 n1

Lycophron Tenebrosus: 1117 n12

Lycurgus: 168 n14

Lyell, Charles: 1117 n10

Lynch, Anne C.: 1028, 1324n


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