1. Poe, Brennan Farm, and the Literary Life
  2. Scott Peeples
  3. pp. 5-18
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  1. Scribblers and Scriveners: Poe, Melville’s Bartleby, and Antebellum Literary New York
  2. John Gruesser, Travis Montgomery
  3. pp. 19-34
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  1. The Southern Origins of Bohemian New York: Edward Howland, Ada Clare and Edgar Allan Poe
  2. Edward Whitley
  3. pp. 35-49
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  1. Experimental Matter, Unclaimed Death, and Posthumous Futures in Poe’s “Valdemar”
  2. Suzanne Ashworth
  3. pp. 52-79
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  1. “Nevermore!”: Non-Normative Desire and Queer Temporality in Poe’s “The Raven”
  2. Paul Christian Jones
  3. pp. 80-98
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  1. “Alcoholic and Epileptic Nightmares”: Cesare Lombroso, Poe, and the Pathology of Genius
  2. Tobias Dahlkvist
  3. pp. 99-125
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  1. Jorge Luis Borges’s References to Edgar Allan Poe: An Annotated Bibliography, Section 2
  2. Emron Esplin
  3. pp. 128-158
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  1. From the Editors
  2. p. v
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  1. Introduction
  2. Leland S. Person
  3. pp. 2-4
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  1. Poe and Sentimental Mourning
  2. Desirée Henderson
  3. pp. E2-E5
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  1. Poe’s Affective Faces
  2. Cheryl Spinner
  3. pp. E6-E8
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  1. Situating Crime: Poe’s Legacy and the Spatial Dimensions of French Detective Fiction
  2. Donatella Izzo
  3. pp. E9-E13
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 160-162
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  1. The Art and Challenges of Translating: New Versions of Twelve Poe Tales
  2. Lois D. Vines
  3. pp. E14-E16
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  1. Poe’s Ample Margins
  2. David Cody
  3. pp. E17-E19
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