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A Theory of Adaptation. Huxley, Alduous. Vulgarity in Literature: Digressions From a Theme. London: Chatto and Windus, Isenberg, Noah. Ulmer and the Experience of Exile. Jacob, Cary F. Krutch, Joseph. New York: Knopf, Lavalley, Albert J. George Levine, and U. Leitch, Thomas. Maltby, Richard.
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New York: Harper, — New York: G. Poems by Edgar Allan Poe. Middleton, New York: Harper, 73— Randall, Richard. The Raven. Charles Brabin, 45 min. Essanay, Lew Landers, 61 min. Rhodes, Gary D. Robertson, John W. Edgar A. Poe: A Psychopathic Study.
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Snodgrass, Joseph Evans. Spadoni, Robert. Stam Robert, and Alessandra Raenga, eds. New York: Wiley-Blackwell, Stedman, Edmund Clarence. Edgar Allan Poe. Taves, Brian. Ticknor, Caroline. Tubrett, Dion. Weiss, Susan Archer T. Willis, Nathaniel Parker. Woodberry, George Edward. Wormser, I. Frankenstein, Incorporated. Edgar Allan Poe is today considered one of the greatest masters and most fascinating figures of the American literary world.
However, an examination of Poe's essays and criticism throughout his prose publishing career reveals that the author himself played a vital role in the creation and manipulation of his own reputation.
During his twenties and thirties, Poe promoted his writing to magazine editors in the United States and in Europe through several strategies. He painted a Romantic and patriotic self-portrait in his fiery literary reviews, even as he played up his own connections, both real and imaginary, to literary celebrities including Washington Irving, Charles Dickens, George Gordon Lord Byron and Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
Through recycling plots, atmosphere, and language including his own from American and British magazines, he built stories and essays which were linked in a complex network of references to each other and their author.