Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane and Minor Poems

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THE FACSIMILE TEXT SOCIETY

Series I: Language and literature


Volume 9

Al Aaraaf

by

Edgar Allan Poe

 

 

AL AARAAF
BY
EDGAR ALLAN POE

 

Reproduced from the Edition of 1829


 

WITH A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
BY
THOMAS OLLIVE MABBOTT


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PUBLISHED FOR
THE FACSIMILE TEXT SOCIETY
BY
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS
NEW YORK : M · CM · XXXIII

 

 

Printed in the United States of America
by The National Process Company, New York

 

 
 

 

AL AARAAF,

TAMERLANE,

AND

MINOR POEMS.



BY EDGAR A. POE.



BALTIMORE:

HATCH & DUNNING.


1829.

 

 

AL AARAAF.

 

 

[COPY RIGHT SECURED.]

[Matchett & Woods, printers.]

 

 

Entiendes, Fabio, lo que voi deciendo?
Toma, si, lo entendio: — Mientes, Fabio.

 

 

What has night to do with sleep?

Comus.
 

 

DEDICATION.

Who drinks the deepest'—here's to him.

Cleveland.
 

 

"A star was discovered by Tycho Brahe which burst forth, in a moment, with a splendor surpassing that of Jupiter—then gradually faded away and became invisible to the naked eye."


This work was published before January 1, 1925, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.