The Journal of Julius Rodman

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The Journal of Julius Rodman
by Edgar Allan Poe


Published in "Burton's Magazine" in 1840 with the following article titles and dates:

"The Journal of Julius Rodman - Chapter I" (1840 January)

"The Journal of Julius Rodman - Chapter II" (1840 February)

"The Journal of Julius Rodman - Chapter III" (1840 March)

"The Journal of Julius Rodman - Chapter IV" (1840 April)

"The Journal of Julius Rodman - Chapter V" (1840 May)

"The Journal of Julius Rodman - Chapter VI" (1840 June)

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Reprints[edit]

  • "The Journal of Julius Rodman" (brief excerpts) (November 3, 1877 — Mirror of Literature (London) (Vol. I, no. 1, pp. 9-10.) (A clipping of this rare item is in the Ingram collection at U. of VA.)
  • "The Journal of Julius Rodman" (1884 — Works (Ingram)) (Ingram was the first to reprint the full text, dropping the illustration of the Indian and the text that drew attention to it. It was first included, in vol. IV on pages 3-90, in the 1884 edition, then called Tales and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe.)
  • "The Journal of Julius Rodman" (1894-1896 — Works (Stedman & Woodberry) (This is the first American reprint of the story, using Ingram's text. It is included in vol. V, pp. 255-351, with notes on pp. 359-361. This edition was published over a span of several years. The copyright date in vol. V is 1895.)
This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.