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  2. Eve Célia Morisi
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  2. Matthew Teorey
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  1. Poe’s Visual Tricks
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  1. “Irregularly Disposed” Rooms in “The Masque of the Red Death” and Brett Zimmerman's “Half” Dodecagon
  2. David Ketterer
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  2. Paula Kot
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  1. Pollinated Poe
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  1. Mesmerism’s Unifying Appeal in Poe and Fuller
  2. Sam Coale
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  1. Poe Studies and Romantic Irony in Russia
  2. Yelena P. Khanzhina
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  1. “The Truth . . . Close-Muffled in Robes of Sleep”: Poe Studies in Italy Updated
  2. Anna Milione
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  1. The New Norton Poe
  2. Scott Peeples
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