Edgar Allan Poe

(1809-1849)

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ALLEN, Bruce. “Delight and Terror.” Hudson Review 26 (1973): 735-742. [GGI: 1516].
ALLEN, Michael. Poe and the British Magazine Tradition. New York: Oxford UP, 1969. [GGI: 1517].
ALT, Peter-André. “Wiederholung, Paradoxie, Transgression: Versuch über die literarische Imagination des Bösen und ihr Verhältnis zur ästhetischen Erfahrung (de Sade, Goethe, Poe).” Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte 79.4 (2005): 531-67.
AMPER, Susan. “Masters of Deceit: Poe’s Lying Narrators.” Dissertation Abstracts International 62:1 (2001): 169 (Fordham University). [GGIII: 3800]
ANOLIK, Ruth Bienstock. "Invasion and Contagion: The Spectacle of the Diseased Indian in Poe's 'the Masque of the Red Death'." Ed. Ruth Bienstock Anolik.McFarland, 2010. 142-156. 
ANOLIK, Ruth Bienstock. "Invasion and Contagion: The Spectacle of the Diseased Indian in Poe's 'the Masque of the Red Death.'" Demons of the Body and Mind: Essays on Disibility in Gothic Literature. Ed. Ruth Bienstock Anolik. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2010. 142-
BAKER, Dorothy Z. America's Gothic Fiction: The Legacy of Magnalia Christi Americana. Columbus, OH: Ohio State UP, 2007.
BENNETT, Maurice. “‘The Madness of Art’: Poe’s ‘Ligeia’ as Metafiction.” Poe Studies 14.1 (1981): 1-6. [GGI: 1519].
BENNETT, Zachary Z. E. "Killing the Aristocrats: The Mask, the Cask, and Poe's Ethics of S & M." Edgar Allan Poe Review 12.1 (2011): 42-58.
BERRYMAN, Charles. “Hawkes and Poe.” Modern Fiction Studies 29 (1983): 643-654. [GGII: 0927].
BIANCHI, Ruggiero. E.A. Poe dal gotico alla fantacienza: Saggi de letteratura comparata. Milan, Italy: mursia, 1978. [GGI: 1520].
BLEILER, E.F. “Edgar Allan Poe.” Supernatural Fiction Writers. Ed. E.F. Bleiler. New York: Charles Scribner's, 1985, II, 697-705. [GGII: 0928].
BLOCH, Robert. “Poe and Lovecraft.” H.P. Lovecraft: Four Decades of Criticism. Ed. S.T. Joshi. Athens, OH: Ohio UP, 1980. 158-160. [GGI: 1522].
BLYTHE, Hal and Charlie SWEET. “Poe’s Satiric Use of Vampirism in ‘Berenice.’” Poe Studies 14.2 (1981): 23-24. [GGI: 1523].
BODY, Lois Maurine. “The Influence of the Gothic Novel on the Works of Edgar Allan Poe.” Master's Thesis, University of Illinois, 1940. [GGII: 0929].
BOTTING, Fred. "Poe's Phantasmagoreality." Edgar Allan Poe Review 11.1 (2010): 9-21.
BRANAM, Amy C. “Poe and Early (Un) American Drama.” Dissertation Abstracts International 66:4 (2005): 1354 (Marquette University). [GGIV: 0000]
BRENNAN, Matthew C. “Poe’s Gothic Sublimity: Prose Style, Painting, and Mental Boundaries in ‘The Fall of the House of Usher.’” Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 2 (1990): 353-359. [GGII: 0930] .
BROWN, Byron K. “John Snart’s Thesaurus of Horror: An Indirect Source of Poe’s ‘The Premature Burial’ ?” American Notes and Queries: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews. 8:3 (1995): 11-14. [GGIII: 3809]
BROWN, Alan. "The Gothic Movement." Ed. Kevin J. Hayes.Cambridge UP, 2013. 241-250.
BUDICK, Emily M. “Gothic Idealism in the Works of Edgar Allan Poe.” Dissertation Abstracts International 33 (1972): 1136A-1137A (Cornell University). [GGI: 1524].
BUDICK, Emily M. “Poe’s Gothic Idea: The Cosmic Geniture of Horror.” Essays in Literature 3 (1976): 73-85 [GGI: 1525].
BURDUCK, Michael L. Grim Phantasms: Fear in Poe’s Short Fiction. New York: Garland Publishing, 1992. [GGII: 0931].
BURT, Donald C. “Poe, Bradbury, and the Science Fiction Tale of Terror.” Mankato State College Studies 3 (1968): 76-84. [GGI: 2213A].
BUTLER, David W. “Usher’s Hypochondriasis: Mental Alienation and Romantic Idealism in Poe’s Gothic Tale.” American Literature 48 (1976): 1-12. [GGI: 1526].
CAIRNS, William B. “Poe’s Use of the Horrible.” Dial 50 (1911): 251-252. [GGI: 1527].
CARLSON, Eric W. “‘William Wilson’: The Double as Primal Self.” Topic (Washington and Jefferson College) 16.30 (1976): 35-40. [GGI: 1528].
CARTER, Boyd. “Poe’s Debt to Charles Brockden Brown.” Prairie Schooner 27 (1953): 190-196. [GGI: 1529].
CHURCH, Joseph. “‘To Make Venus Vanish’: Misogyny as Motive in Poe's Murders in the Rue Morgue.” ATQ 20.2 (2006): 407-18.
CISCO, Michael. “Supernatural Embarrassment: The Polemic Between Science and the Supernatural in the Writings of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Edgar Allan Poe, and Herman Melville.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 64.12 (2004): 4462.
CLARK, David Lee. “Sources of Poe’s ‘The Pit and the Pendulum.’” Modern Language Notes 44 (1929): 349-356. [GGI: 1530].
CLARK, Richard. “‘The ‘Homely,’ the ‘Wild,’ and the Horror of ‘Mere Household Events’: The Aristotelian Poetics of ‘The Black Cat.’” Short Story, ( Brownsville, Texas ) 4:1(1996 ): 57-68. [GGIII: 3819]
CLIFTON, Michael. “Down Hecate’s Chain: Infernal Inspiration in Three of Poe’s Tales.” Nineteenth Century Fiction 41 (1986): 217-227. [GGII: 0932].
COALE, Samuel. “The Primitive Poe: Radical Awareness of His Gothic Art.” Epistemonike Epeterida Philosophikes Scholes Aristoteleiou Panepistemiou Thessalonikes 17 (1978): 35-51. [GGI: 1531].
COBB, Palmer. “Poe and Hoffmann.” South Atlantic Quarterly 8 (1909): 68-81. [GGI: 1533].
COBB, Palmer. The Influence of E.T.A. Hoffmann on the Tales of Edgar Allan Poe. Chapel Hill, NC: North Carolina UP, 1908. [GGI: 1536].
COLLINS, Gerard. “Effect and Combination: Originality in Poe’s Gothic Tales.” Master’s Thesis, Acadia University , 1996. [GGIII: 3824]
CONGER, Syndy M. “Another Secret of the Rue Morgue: Poe’s Transformation of the Geisterseher Motif.” Studies in Short Fiction 24 (1987): 9-14. [GGII: 0933].
COOK, Jonathan A. "Poe and the Apocalyptic Sublime: "The Fall of the House of Usher"."  Papers on Language & Literature.   48.1 (2012): 3.  
CRONIN, James E. “Poe’s Vaults.” Notes and Queries 198 (1953): 395-396. [GGI: 1535].
CURTRIGHT, Lauren. "Poe Mo: Modernism and the Politics of Gothic Adaptation." Order No. DA3411825 U of Minnesota, 2010.
DAMERON, J. Lasley and Irby B. CAUTHEN JR. Edgar Allan Poe: A Bibliography of Criticism, 1827-1927. Charlottesville, VA: Virginia UP, 1974. [GGI: 1537].
DAMERON, J. Lasley. Edgar Allan Poe: A Checklist of Criticism: 1942-1960. Charlottesville, VA: Virginia: Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia (Studies in Bibliography), 1966. [GGI: 1536].
DELANEY, Bill. “Poe's The Cask of Amontillado.” Explicator 64:1 (2005): 33-5.
DELORDE, Andre. “Fear in Literature.” New York Literary Forum 7 (1980): 247-251. [GGII: 0934].
DISCH, Thomas M. “Luncheon in the Sepulcher: Poe in the Gothic Tradition.” On SF. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2005. xxx. [GGIV: 0000]
DOLAN, Marc. “'Neither in nor out of Blackwood's': The Marketing of Edgar Allan Poe's Prose Address.“ Dissertation Abstracts International 65:12 (2005): City University of New York). [GGIV: 0000]
DOUGHERTY, Stephen D. “Dreaming the Races: Biology and National Fantasy in ‘The Fall of the House of Usher.’” Henry Street: A Graduate Review of Literary Studies 7:1 (1998): 17-39. [GGIII: 3831]
DOUGHERTY, Stephen D. “Foucault in the House of Usher: Some Historical Permutations in Poe’s Gothic.” Papers on Language and Literature 37 (2001): 3-24. [GGIII: 3832]
DOUGHERTY, Stephen D. “Poe and the Sacred Nation: Race, Imperialism and Enlightenment in Antebellum America,” Dissertation Abstracts International 60:5 (1999): 1556 (Indiana University). [GGIII: 3830]
DRAIN, Kim. "Poe's Death-Watches and the Architecture of Doubt." New England Review 27.2 (2006): 169-77.
EDWARDS, Justin D. "Usher's Afterlives; Or, Textual Travels with Poe." Poe Studies 43 (2010): 100-3.
ELBERT, Monika. “Poe’s Gothic Mother and the Incubation of Language.” Poe Studies 26:1-2 (1993): 22-33. [GGIII: 3833]
ENGEL, Leonard W. “Claustrophobia, the Gothic Enclosure, and Poe.” Clues: A Journal of Detection 10 (1989): 107-117. [GGII: 0935].
ESTREN, Mark James. “Horrors Within and Without: A Psychoanalytic Study of Edgar Allan Poe and Howard Phillips Lovecraft.” Dissertation Abstracts International 39 (1978): 1565A (State University of New York at Buffalo). [GGI: 1542].
EVANS, Oliver. “Infernal Illumination in Poe.” Modern Language Notes 75 (1960): 295-297. [GGII: 0936].
FIORINI, Debra Ann. “Religion, Sex, and Vampires: A study of the Gothic literature of Poe, Stoker, and [Laurell K.] Hamilton .” Author(s): Master’s Thesis, California State University , Dominguez Hills, 2000. [GGIII: 3837]
FISHER, Benjamin Franklin IV . “Blackwood Articles à la Poe: How to Make a False Start Pay.” Revue des Langues Vivantes 39 (1973): 418-443. [GGI: 1545] .
FISHER, Benjamin Franklin IV . “Poe and the Gothic Tradition.” The Cambridge Companion to Edgar Allan Poe, ed. Kevin J. Hayes. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2002. 72-91. [GGIII: 3843]
FISHER, Benjamin Franklin IV . “Poe’s ‘Metzengerstein Not a Hoax.” American Literature 42 (1971): 487-494. [GGI: 1544] .
FISHER, Benjamin Franklin IV . “Poe, Edgar Allan (1809-49).” The Handbook to Gothic Literature. Ed. Marie Mulvey-Roberts. New York: New York University Press, 1998. 173-80. [GGIII: 3842]
FISHER, Benjamin Franklin IV . “The Flights of a Good Man’s Mind: Gothic Fantasy in Poe’s ‘The Assignation.’” Modern Language Studies 16 (1986): 27-34. [GGII: 0937] .
FISHER, Benjamin Franklin IV. “Gothic Techniques in Poe’s Short Stories.” Dissertation Abstracts International 31 (1970): 2342A (Duke university). [GGI: 1543].
FORBES, Erin. "From Prison Cell to Slave Ship: Social Death in 'the Premature Burial'." Poe Studies/Dark Romanticism: History, Theory, Interpretation 46 (2013): 32-58.
FORCLAZ, Roger. “A Source for ‘Berenice’ and a Note on Poe’s Reading.” Poe Newsletter 1 (1968): 25-27. [GGI: 1547].
FORCLAZ, Roger. “Poe et le roman noir.” Le Monde d'Edgar Poe. Berne, Switzerland: Peter Lang; Frankfurt, W. Germany: Herbert Lang, 1974. [GGII: 0938].
FOUREZ, Cathy. “Vampirisation des dents de Bérénice: Circulation d'un motif d'Edgar Allan Poe dans le roman Las muertas de Jorge Ibargüengoitia.” Les Modèles et leur circulation en Amérique latine: Modèles et structures du roman; Révision des stéréotypes; Transfer de modèles. Ed. François Delprat. Paris, France: Sorbonne Nouvelle, 2006. 119-27.
FRANK, Frederick S. “Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849)” (pp. 330-43). In Gothic Writers: A Critical and Bibliographical Guide, eds. Douglass H. Thomson, Jack G. Voller, and Frederick S. Frank. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2002. [GGIII: 3854]
FRANK, Frederick S. “The Aqua-Gothic Voyage of ‘A Descent into the Mælström.’” American Transcendental Quarterly 29 (1976): 85-93. [GGI: 1549].
FRANK, Frederick S. and Anthony MAGISTRALE. The Poe Encyclopedia. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1997. [GGIII: 3855]
FRANK, Adam. “Symptom and Sensation in Edgar Allan Poe, Emily Dickinson, and Gertrude Stein.” Dissertation Abstracts International 58:12 (1998): 4653A (Duke University). [GGIII: 3846]
FRANK, Frederick S . “Neighborhood Gothic: Poe’s ‘Tell-Tale Heart.’” Sphinx: A Magazine of Literature and Society 3.4 (1981): 53-60. [GGI: 1552] .
FRANK, Frederick S . “Poe’s Gothicism: An Analytic Bibliography.” The Sphinx: A Magazine of Literature and Society (University of Regina) 4.4 (1985): 227-301. [GGII: 0940] .
FRANK, Frederick S . “Poe’s House of the Seven Gothics: The Fall of the Narrator in ‘The Fall of the House of Usher.’” Orbis Litterarum: international Review of Literary Studies 34 (1979): 331-251. [GGI: 1550] .
FRANK, Frederick S . “Polarized Gothic: An Annotated Bibliography of Poe’s Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym.” Bulletin of Bibliography 38 (1981): 117-127. [GGI: 1553] .
FRANK, Frederick S . “The Gothic at Absolute Zero: The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym.” Extrapolation 21 (1980): 21-30. [GGI: 1551] .
FRANK, Frederick S . Introduction. Special Poe Issue of The Sphinx: A Magazine of Literature and Society. (University of Regina) 4.4 (1985): 223-225. [GGII: 09-39] .
FRENCH, Lawrence. "California Gothic: The Corman/Haller Collaboration." Ed. Constantine Nasr.UP of Mississippi, 2011. 169-200. 
FRIEDL, Herwig. “Die Bedeutung der perspektive in den landschaftsskizzen von Edgar Allan Poe.” Archiv für das Studium der Sprachen und Literaturen 210 (1973): 86-93. [GGI: 1555].
FURROW, Sharon. “Psyche and Setting: Poe’s Picturesque Landscapes.” Criticism 15 (1973): 16-27. [GGI: 1556].
FUSCO, Richard. “Using Narrative Form to Teach Poe's Gothic Fiction.” Approaches to Teaching Gothic Fiction: The British and American Traditions. Ed. Diane Long Hoeveler and Tamar Heller. New York, NY: Modern Language Association of America, 2003. 190-95.
GALLOWAY, David. Introduction. Edgar Allan Poe: Selected Writings. Baltimore, MD: Penguin Books, 1967. 9-47. [GGI: 1557].
GARGANO, James W. “The Question of Poe’s Narrators.” College English 25 (1963): 177-181. [GGI: 1558].
GARRISON, Joseph M. Jr. “The Function of Terror in the Work of Edgar Allan Poe.” American Quarterly 18 (1966): 136-150. [GGI: 1559].
GAUER, Denis. “‘The Tell-Tale Heart de Poe’: Angoisse et stratégie littéraire.” Revue Française d'Ètudes Américaines 14 (1989): 395-406. [GGII: 0941].
GIDDINGS, Robert. “Poe: Rituals of Life and Death.” In American Horror Fiction: From Brockden Brown to Stephen King. Ed. Brian Docherty. New York: St. Martin's Press1990. 33-58. [GGII: 0942].
GINSBERG, Lesley. “Slavery and the Gothic Horror of Poe’s ‘The Black Cat.’” The American Gothic: New Interventions in a National Narrative. Eds. R.K. Martin and Eric Savoy. Iowa City: University Iowa Press, 1998. 99-128. [GGIII: 3863]
GIORCELLI, Cristina. “Da Irving-a Hawthorne-a Poe-a Irving: alle origini del fantastico nella letteratura statunitense.” Letterature d'America: Rivista Trimestrale 24 (2004): 23-52.
GONZÁLEZ DE LÉON, Fernando. “Buñuel, Poe and Gothic Cinema.” Edgar Allan Poe Review 8.2 (2007): 49-64.
GRANGER, Byrd Howell. “Devil Lore in ‘The Raven.’” Poe Studies 5.2 (1972): 53-54. [GGI: 1560].
GRAYSON, Erik. “Weird Science, Weirder Unity: Phrenology and Physiognomy in Edgar Allan Poe.” Mode 1 (2005): 57-77.
GRIFFITH, Clark. “Poe’s ‘Ligeia’ and the English Romantics.” University of Toronto Quarterly 24 (1954): 8-25; Rpt. in Twentieth Century Interpretations of Poe's Tales. Ed. William l howarth. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1971. 63-72. [GGI: 1561].
GRIFFITH, Clark. “Poe and the Gothic.” Papers on Poe: Essays in Honor of John Ward Ostrom. Ed. Richmond P. Veler. Springfiled, OH: Chantry Music Press at Wittenberg University, 1972. 21-27. [GGI: 1562].
GRIZELJ, Mario. "In the Maelstrom of Interpretation: Reshaping Terror and Horror between 1798 and 1838-Gleich, Hoffmann, Poe." Eds. Andrew Cusack and Barry Murnane.Camden House, 2012. 105-122. 
GRUENER, Gustav. “Notes on the Influence of E.T.A. Hoffmann upon Edgar Allan Poe.” Publications of the Modern Language Association 19 (1904): 1-25. [GGI: 1563].
GUESSER, John C. “Madmen and Moonbeams: The Narrator in ‘The Fall of the House of Usher’.” Edgar Allan Poe Review 5.1 (2004): 80-90.
GUILDS, John C. Jr. “Poe’s Vaults Again.” Notes and Queries 202 (1957): 220-221. [GGI: 1564].
HALLAM, Clifford Barry. "The Double as Incomplete Self: Studies in Poe, Melville, and Conrad." Dissertation Abstracts International 40 (1979): 4026A-4027A (Miami University).
HALLIBURTON, David G. “The Grotesque in American Literature: Poe, Hawthorne, and Melville.” Dissertation Abstracts 27 (1967): 3840A-3841A (University of California at Riverside). [GGI: 1566].
HANRAHAN, Heidi. "'A Series of Mere Household Events': Poe's 'the Black Cat,' Domesticity, and Pet-Keeping in Nineteenth-Century America." Poe Studies 45 (2012): 40-56.
HARTMANN, Jonathan. “'Neither in nor out of Blackwood's': The Marketing of Edgar Allan Poe's Prose Address.” Dissertation Abstracts International 65:12 (2005): 4564 (City University of New York). [GGIV: 0000]
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HAYES, Kevin J. "Retzsch's Outlines and Poe's the Man of the Crowd." Gothic Studies 12.2 (2010): 29-41. 
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HENRY, Katherine. “Life-in-Death: The Monstrous Female and the Gothic Labyrinth in [James Cameron's]Aliens and 'Ligeia.'” Horrifying Sex: Essays on Sexual Difference in Gothic Literature. Ed. Ruth Bienstock Anolik. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2007. 27-39. [GGIV: 0000]
HIRSCH, David H. “Another Source for ‘The Pit and the Pendulum.’” Mississippi Quarterly 23 (1970): 35-43. [GGI: 1569].
HIRSCH, David H. “The Pit and the Apocalypse.” Sewanee Review 76 (1968): 632-652. [GGI: 1568].
HOCKENSMITH, Steve. “Screams and Laughter: Legendary Film Director and Producer Roger Corman Remembers His Edgar Allan Poe Cycle.” Mystery Scene 102 (2007): 24-26.
HOFFMAN, Daniel. “Poe’s Obsessive Themes.” The Origins and Originality of American Culture. Ed. Tibor Frank. Budapest, Hingary: Akademiai Kiado, 1984. 105-111. [GGII: 0943].
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ITOH, Shoko. "Gothic Windows in Poe's Narrative Space." Ed. Barbara Cantalupo.Lehigh UP, 2012. 127-138. 
KACHUR, Robert M. “Buried in the Bedroom: Bearing Witness to Incest in Poe's ‘The Tell-Tale Heart’.” Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 41.1 (2008): 43-59.
KELLY, Thomas B. “Poe’s Gothic Masques.” Dissertation Abstracts International 32 (1972): 5187A-5188A (University of Connecticut). [GGI: 1572].
KEMPER, Steven E. “Poe, Twain, and Limburger Cheese.” Mark Twain Journal 21 (1981-1982): 13-14. [GGII: 0944].
KENDALL, Lyle H. Jr. “The Vampire Motif in ‘The Fall of the House of Usher.’” College English 24 (1963): 450-453. [GGI: 1573].
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LABRIOLA, Patrick. “Edgar Allan Poe and E. T. A. Hoffmann: The Double in ‘William Wilson’ and The Devil’s Elixirs.” International Fiction Review 29.1-2 (2002): 69-77.
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LOPES, Elisabete. "Unburying the Wife: A Reflection upon the Female Uncanny in Poe's 'Ligeia'." Edgar Allan Poe Review 11.1 (2010): 40-50. 
LOPEZ, Robert Oscar. "The Orientalization of John Winthrop in the City in the Sea." Gothic Studies 12.2 (2010): 70-83.
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