Inspiring Death: Poe's Poetic Aesthetics, "Annabel Lee," and the Communities of Mourning in Nineteenth-Century America
- The Philosophy of Composition (1846). Poe, Edgar Allan // Poetry Foundation Poetics Essays;2012, p1
An essay is presented on the methodical account poet Edgar Allan Poe encountered in writing the book of poetry "The Raven and Other Poems." It explores the aesthetic and the deliberate choices he made in composing the poems. It also discusses the choice of impression, setting, theme, and sounds...
- Post-Human Mimesis and the Debunked Machine: Reading Environmental Appropriation in Poe's Maelzel's Chess-Player" and "The Man That Was Used Up." Berkley, James // Comparative Literature Studies;2004, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p356
Presents a study that uses N. Katherine Hayles's observations about the status of environmental relatedness in the posthuman subject as a starting point for a rather different kind of analysis than the one she has offered in her 1999 study, "How We Became Posthuman." Examination of a particular...
- From the Guest Editor. Barbul, Minodora // Edgar Allan Poe Review;Fall2010, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p4
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the guest editor discusses various essays published within the issue, including one by professor Emerita Ana Olos on poet Edgar Allan Poe's reception in Romania, one by professor Liviu CotrÄƒu translating Poe's poem, and one by professor...
- The Poetic Principle. Poe, Edgar Allan // Edgar Allan Poe's Complete Poetical Works;1/1/1900, p125
In speaking of the Poetic Principle, I have no design to be either thorough or profound. While discussing very much at random the essentiality of what we call Poetry, my principal purpose will be to cite for consideration some few of those minor English or American poems which best suit my own...
- Edgar Allan Poe and Modernism. Wang, Erlei // English Language & Literature Studies;Sep2014, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p82
The present research, in light of the comparison between the narrative techniques, aesthetic thoughts and themes of Poe's works with those of Modernist writers, attempts to argue that Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849), the famous American short story writer, poet and critic, is one of the most...
- The Bat and The Raven. Monteiro, George // Edgar Allan Poe Review;Spring2010, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p105
The article examines the thematic and structural influence of writer Edgar Allan Poe on poetry and prose of Fernando Pessoa. It explores Pessoa's translation and interpretation of the literary works of Poe, including "The Philosophy of Composition." Moreover, it argues that works of Poe is...
- POE,THE DAGUERREOTYPE, AND THE AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL ACT. Hayes, Kevin J. // Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly;Summer2002, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p477
Examines author Edgar Allan Poe's understanding about the relationship between writing and personal image. Poe's ideal magazine; Importance of illustrations to literary biography; Poe's thoughts on daguerreotype and engraved portraiture.
- POE'S USE OF AN IDEA ABOUT PERCEPTION. Shear, Walter // American Notes & Queries;May/Jun83, Vol. 21 Issue 9/10, p134
Examines recurrent ideas in the work of author Edgar Allan Poe that appeared in a multitude of contexts. Ideas about indirect perceptional; Methodologies of Poe; Factors considered by Poe in writing stories.
- Philosophy of Furniture. Poe, Edgar Allan // Works of Edgar Allan Poe -- Volume 5;3/1/2006, p6
Presents the short story "Philosophy of Furniture," by Edgar Allan Poe.