restricted access   Volume 50, 2017

Table of Contents

From the Editors

pp. v-vi

Special Feature : Poe and Nineteenth-Century Medicine

Introduction: Edgar Allan Poe and Nineteenth-Century Medicine

pp. 2-11

Home-Sickness, Nostalgia, and Therapeutic Narrative in Poe’s “The Fall of the House of Usher”

pp. 12-25

Do You Hear What I Hear? : Stethoscopic Listening in Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart”

pp. 26-45

Prosthetic Colonialism: Indian Removal, European Imperialism, and International Trade in Poe’s “The Man That Was Used Up”

pp. 46-68

A Weird Tonic for the Anthropocene: Poe’s Use of Gardenesque Landscapes as Nature Cure

pp. 69-86


Poe, the Portrait, and the Daguerreotype: Poe’s Living Dead and the Visual Arts

pp. 88-106

Who Wrote the Purloined Letter?

pp. 107-124


Prospero’s Clock-Architecture in “The Masque of the Red Death” Revisited

pp. 126-130


Jorge Luis Borges’s References to Edgar Allan Poe: An Annotated Bibliography, Section 3

pp. 132-146

Notes on Contributors

pp. 147-148

Reviews (Online Only)

Poe’s Sense of Time

pp. E2-E4

Poe’s Queer Eye

pp. E5-E11

Poisonous Politics: Gender and Metaphor in Jacksonian America

pp. E12-E15

(Re)Writing and (Re)Reading the Nation

pp. E16-E18

Sounding Poe’s Poetry

pp. E19-E21

Borges’s Poe, Poe’s Borges, and Other Possessed Apostrophes

pp. E22-E25

Material Poe

pp. E26-E28

Notes on Contributors

pp. E29-E30