1. From the Editors
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  1. The Wilson Duplex: Corporatism and the Problem of Singleton Reading in Poe’s “William Wilson” (or, Why Can’t You See Twins?)
  2. Lynn Langmade
  3. pp. 5-39
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  1. The Gift (Book) That Keeps on Giving: Poe’s “The Purloined Letter,” Rereading, Reprinting, and Detective Fiction
  2. Gila Ashtor
  3. pp. 57-77
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  1. Outside Dupin’s Closet of Reason: (Homo)sexual Repression and Racialized Terror in Poe’s “The Murders in the Rue Morgue”
  2. Courtney Novosat
  3. pp. 78-106
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  1. Bells, Bells, Bells, Bells, Bells, Bells, Bells
  2. Jeffrey A. Savoye
  3. pp. 108-109
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  1. The Critical Purchase of Fraudulence
  2. Eliza Richards
  3. pp. 111-113
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  1. Rival Modes of Truth-Telling in Antebellum American Letters
  2. Robert T. Tally Jr.
  3. pp. 114-116
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  1. Miscellaneous Poe
  2. Kelly Ross
  3. pp. 117-119
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  1. “A series of mere household events”: Poe’s “The Black Cat,” Domesticity, and Pet-Keeping in Nineteenth-Century America
  2. Heidi Hanrahan
  3. pp. 40-56
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 120-121
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