Edgar Poe

Eureka: A prose poem

The Stylus

Short Stories

Mellonta Tauta

The Fall of the House of Usher

The Masque of the Red Death

The Purloined Letter

The System of Dr. Tarr and Professor Fether

The Tell-tale Heart


The Poetic Principle

The Philosophy of Composition

The Rationale of Verse

Instinct vs. Reason

The Philosophy of Furniture

A Few Words on Secret Writing (on Cryptography)

A West Point Lampoon”  (alternate title of “Lines on Joe Locke”)

Poetry (all poems hosted by the Edgar Allen Poe Society of Baltimore)

  • An Acrostic
  • Al Aaraaf
  • Alone   (“From childhood’s hour, I have not been …”) (title assigned by E. L. Didier)
  • Alone   (“O! I care not that my earthly lot …”) (original title of “To M—”)
  • Annabel Lee
  1. Ballad (alternate title of “Bridal Ballad”)
  2. The Bells
  3. The Beautiful Physician   (alternate name for “Beloved Physician”)
  4. Beloved Physician
  5. Bridal Ballad
  • Fairyland (also “Fairy-Land”)
  • Fanny
  • “[Farewell to Master Clarke]”  [no text] (see Mabbott, Poems, 1:5)
  • “The Firefiend”   (rejected)
  • For Annie (“Thank Heaven! the crisis …”)
  • For Annie (“All that we see or seem …”) (alternate title for a manuscript version of “A Dream within a Dream”)
  • [Fragment of a Campaign Song] (alternate title of “[A Campaign Song]”)
  • From an Album [“Elizabeth, it is in vain you say …”]  (alternate title of “An Acrostic”)
  • From an Album (Alone)   [“From childhood’s hour, I have not been …”]  (alternate title of “Alone”)

Supplementary Material

Edgar Poe: The Lost Soul of America by Alan Salisbury (Campaigner 1981)