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Poetry[edit]

Title
Date
First published in
Links
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"Poetry" 1824 Never published in Poe's lifetime[1] Poetry (Poe) No
"O, Tempora! O, Mores!" 1825 Never published during Poe's lifetime O, Tempora! O, Mores! No, sourced though.
"Tamerlane" July 1827 Tamerlane and Other Poems [2]
"Song" July 1827 Tamerlane and Other Poems [3]
"Imitation" July 1827 Tamerlane and Other Poems [3]
"A Dream" July 1827 Tamerlane and Other Poems [3]
"The Lake" July 1827 Tamerlane and Other Poems [2]
"Spirits of the Dead" July 1827 Tamerlane and Other Poems [2]
"Evening Star" July 1827 Tamerlane and Other Poems [2]
"Dreams" July 1827 Tamerlane and Other Poems [4]
"Stanzas" July 1827 Tamerlane and Other Poems [5]
"The Happiest Day" September 15, 1827 The North American [3]
"To Margaret" circa 1827 Never published during Poe's lifetime [6]
"Alone" 1829 Never published during Poe's lifetime [7]
"To Isaac Lea" circa 1829 Never published in Poe's lifetime [8]
"To The River ——" 1829 Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane, and Minor Poems [9]
"To ——" 1829 Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane, and Minor Poems Begins "The bowers whereat, in dreams..."[10]
"To ——" 1829 Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane, and Minor Poems Begins "Should my early life seem..."[10]
"Romance" 1829 Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane, and Minor Poems [3]
"Fairy-Land" 1829 Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane, and Minor Poems [3]
"To Science" 1829 Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane, and Minor Poems [11]
"Al Aaraaf" 1829 Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane, and Minor Poems [3]
"An Acrostic" 1829 Never published during Poe's lifetime [3]
"Elizabeth" 1829 Never published during Poe's lifetime [12]
"To Helen" 1831 Poems by Edgar A. Poe [12]
"A Paean" 1831 Poems by Edgar A. Poe [13]
"The Sleeper" 1831 Poems by Edgar A. Poe [13]
"The City in the Sea" 1831 Poems by Edgar A. Poe [13]
"The Valley of Unrest" 1831 Poems by Edgar A. Poe [13]
"Israfel" 1831 Poems by Edgar A. Poe [13]
"Enigma" February 2, 1833 Baltimore Saturday Visiter [14]
"Fanny" May 18, 1833 Baltimore Saturday Visiter [15]
"The Coliseum" October 26, 1833 Baltimore Saturday Visiter [16]
"Serenade" April 20, 1833 Baltimore Saturday Visiter [17]
"To One in Paradise" January 1834 Godey's Lady's Book [9]
"Hymn" April 1835 Southern Literary Messenger [18]
"To Elizabeth" September 1835 Southern Literary Messenger Republished as "To F——s S. O——d" in 1845[12]
"May Queen Ode" circa 1836 Never published in Poe's lifetime [19]
"Spiritual Song" 1836 Never published during Poe's lifetime [20]
"Latin Hymn" March 1836 Southern Literary Messenger [21]
"Bridal Ballad" January 1837 Southern Literary Messenger Originally published as "Ballad"[22]
"To Zante" January 1837 Southern Literary Messenger [11]
"The Haunted Palace" April 1839 American Museum [23]
"Silence–A Sonnet" January 4, 1840 Saturday Courier [24]
"Lines on Joe Locke" February 28, 1843 Saturday Museum [25]
"The Conqueror Worm" January 1843 Graham's Magazine [26]
"Lenore" February 1843 The Pioneer [27]
"A Campaign Song" 1844 Never published during Poe's lifetime [28]
"Dream-Land" June 1844 Graham's Magazine [26]
"Impromptu. To Kate Carol" April 26, 1845 Broadway Journal [29]
"To F——" April 1845 Broadway Journal Republished as "To Frances" in the September 6, 1845, issue of the Broadway Journal[12]
"Eulalie" July 1845 American Review: A Whig Journal [30]
"Epigram for Wall Street" January 23, 1845 Evening Mirror [31]
"The Raven" January 29, 1845 Evening Mirror [32]
"The Divine Right of Kings" October 1845 Graham's Magazine [33]
"A Valentine" February 21, 1846 Evening Mirror Originally published as "To Her Whose Name Is Written Below"[34]
"Beloved Physician" 1847 Never published during Poe's lifetime Incomplete[35]
"Deep in Earth" 1847 Never published during Poe's lifetime Incomplete[36]
"To M. L. S—— (1847)" March 13, 1847 The Home Journal [12]</ref>
"Ulalume" December 1847 American Whig Review [37]
"Lines on Ale" 1848 Never published during Poe's lifetime [38]
"To Marie Louise" March 1848 Columbian Magazine [39]
"An Enigma" March 1848 Union Magazine of Literature and Art [37]
"To Helen" November 1848 Sartain's Union Magazine [12]
"A Dream Within A Dream" March 31, 1849 The Flag of Our Union [37]
"Eldorado" April 21, 1849 Flag of Our Union [40]
"For Annie" April 28, 1849 Flag of Our Union [37]
"To My Mother" July 7, 1849 Flag of Our Union [9]
"Annabel Lee" October 9, 1849 New York Daily Tribune Sold before Poe's death but published posthumously[41]
"The Bells" November 1849 Sartain's Union Magazine Sold before Poe's death but published posthumously[37]

Tales[edit]

Title
Publication date
First published in
Genre
Notes
"Metzengerstein" January 14, 1832 Philadelphia Saturday Courier Horror / Satire First published anonymously with the subtitle "A Tale in Imitation of the German"[42]
"The Duc De L'Omelette" March 3, 1832 Philadelphia Saturday Courier Humor Originally "The Duke of l'Omelette"[43]
"A Tale of Jerusalem" June 9, 1832 Philadelphia Saturday Courier Humor [44]
"Loss of Breath" November 10, 1832 Philadelphia Saturday Courier Humor Originally "A Decided Loss"[44]
"Bon-Bon" December 1, 1832 Philadelphia Saturday Courier Humor Originally "The Bargain Lost"[44]
"MS. Found in a Bottle" October 19, 1833 Baltimore Saturday Visiter Adventure [45]
"The Assignation" January 1834 Godey's Lady's Book Horror Originally "The Visionary", published anonymously[46]
"Berenice" March 1835 Southern Literary Messenger Horror [18]
"Morella" April 1835 Southern Literary Messenger Horror [18]
"Lionizing" May 1835 Southern Literary Messenger Satire Subtitle: "A Tale"[18]
"The Unparalleled Adventure of One Hans Pfaall" June 1835 Southern Literary Messenger Adventure [18]
"King Pest" September 1835 Southern Literary Messenger Horror / Humor Originally "King Pest the First", published anonymously[47]
"Shadow - A Parable" September 1835 Southern Literary Messenger Horror Published anonymously[47]
"Four Beasts in One - The Homo-Cameleopard" March 1836 Southern Literary Messenger Humor Originally "Epimanes"[48]
"Mystification" June 1837 American Monthly Magazine Humor Originally "Von Jung, the Mystific"[49]
"Silence - A Fable" 1838 Baltimore Book Humor Originally "Siope - A Fable"[39]
"Ligeia" September 1838 Baltimore American Museum Horror Republished in the February 15, 1845 issue of the New York World, included the poem "The Conqueror Worm" as words written by Ligeia on her death-bed[50]
"How to Write a Blackwood Article" November 1838 Baltimore American Museum Parody An introduction to "A Predicament"[51]
"A Predicament" November 1838 Baltimore American Museum Parody Companion to "How to Write A Blackwood Article," originally "The Scythe of Time"[51]
"The Devil in the Belfry" May 18, 1839 Saturday Chronicle and Mirror of the Times Humor / Satire [52]
"The Man That Was Used Up" August 1839 Burton's Gentleman's Magazine Satire [53]
"The Fall of the House of Usher" September 1839 Burton's Gentleman's Magazine Horror [54]
"William Wilson" October 1839 The Gift: A Christmas and New Year's Present for 1840 Horror [55]
"The Conversation of Eiros and Charmion" December 1839 Burton's Gentleman's Magazine Science fiction [55]
"Why the Little Frenchman Wears His Hand in a Sling" 1840 Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque Humor [56]
"The Business Man" February 1840 Burton's Gentleman's Magazine Humor Originally "Peter Pendulum" [55]
"The Man of the Crowd" December 1840 Graham's Magazine Horror [57]
"The Murders in the Rue Morgue" April 1841 Graham's Magazine Detective fiction [58]
"A Descent into the Maelström" April 1841 Graham's Magazine Adventure [56]
"The Island of the Fay" June 1841 Graham's Magazine Fantasy [56]
"The Colloquy of Monos and Una" August 1841 Graham's Magazine Science fiction [59]
"Never Bet the Devil Your Head" September 1841 Graham's Magazine Satire Subtitled "A Tale with a Moral"[60]
"Eleonora" Fall 1841 The Gift for 1842 Romance [61]
"Three Sundays in a Week" November 27, 1841 Saturday Evening Post Humor Originally "A Succession of Sundays"[62]
"The Oval Portrait" April 1842 Graham's Magazine Horror Originally "Life in Death"[63]
"The Masque of the Red Death" May 1842 Graham's Magazine Horror Originally "The Mask of the Red Death"[64]
"The Landscape Garden" October 1842 Snowden's Ladies' Companion Sketch Later incorporated into "The Domain of Arnheim"[65]
"The Mystery of Marie Rogêt" November 1842, December 1842, February 1843 (serialized)[49] Snowden's Ladies' Companion Detective fiction Originally subtitled "A Sequel to 'The Murders in the Rue Morgue'"[66]
"The Pit and the Pendulum" 1842–1843 The Gift: A Christmas and New Year's Present Horror [67]
"The Tell-Tale Heart" January 1843 The Pioneer Horror [68]
"The Gold-Bug" June 1843 Dollar Newspaper Adventure [69]
"The Black Cat" August 19, 1843 United States Saturday Post Horror [70]
"Diddling" October 14, 1843 Philadelphia Saturday Courier Parody Originally "Raising the Wind; or, Diddling Considered as One of the Exact Sciences"[71]
"The Spectacles" March 27, 1844 Dollar Newspaper Humor [72]
"A Tale of the Ragged Mountains" April 1844 Godey's Lady's Book Science fiction, Adventure [72]
"The Premature Burial" July 31, 1844 Dollar Newspaper Horror [73]
"Mesmeric Revelation" August 1844 Columbian Magazine Science fiction [74]
"The Oblong Box" September 1844 Godey's Lady's Book Horror [75]
"The Angel of the Odd" October 1844 Columbian Magazine Humor Subtitled "An Extravaganza"[76]
"Thou Art the Man" November 1844 Godey's Lady's Book Detective fiction / Satire [75]
"The Literary Life of Thingum Bob, Esq." December 1844 Southern Literary Messenger Humor [75]
"The Purloined Letter" 1844–1845 The Gift: A Christmas and New Year's Present Detective fiction [77]
"The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade" February 1845 Godey's Lady's Book Humor Meant as a sequel to One Thousand and One Nights[78]
"Some Words with a Mummy" April 1845 American Review: A Whig Journal Satire [79]
"The Power of Words" June 1845 Democratic Review Science fiction [80]
"The Imp of the Perverse" July 1845 Graham's Magazine Horror [81]
"The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether" November 1845 Graham's Magazine Humor [82]
"The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar" December 1845 The American Review Horror / Science fiction / Hoax Originally "The Facts of M. Valdemar's Case"[83]
"The Sphinx" January 1846 Arthur's Ladies Magazine Satire [84]
"The Cask of Amontillado" November 1846 Godey's Lady's Book Horror [85]
"The Domain of Arnheim" March 1847 Columbian Lady's and Gentleman's Magazine Sketch Expansion of previous story "The Landscape Garden"[86]
"Mellonta Tauta" February 1849 Flag of Our Union Science fiction / Hoax [87]
"Hop-Frog" March 17, 1849 Flag of Our Union Horror Subtitled "Or, The Eight Chained Ourang-Outangs"[37]
"Von Kempelen and His Discovery" April 14, 1849 Flag of Our Union Hoax [37]
"X-ing a Paragrab" May 12, 1849 Flag of Our Union Humor [88]
"Landor's Cottage" June 9, 1849 Flag of Our Union Sketch Originally "Landor's Cottage: A Pendant to 'The Domain of Arnheim'"[89]

Other works[edit]

Essays[edit]

Novels[edit]

Plays[edit]

  • Politian (Two installments, December 1835–January 1836 – Southern Literary Messenger) — Incomplete

Other[edit]

Collections[edit]

Please note that this list of collections refers only to those printed during Poe's lifetime with his permission. Modern anthologies are not included.

  1. Edgar Allan Poe — 'Poetry'" at Edgar Allan Poe Society online
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Sova 2001, p. 233
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9 Sova 2001, p. 271
  4. Edgar Allan Poe. "'Dreams'". Edgar Allan Poe Society online. Retrieved 2008-03-29. 
  5. Foye 1980, pp. 22–23
  6. Edgar Allan Poe. "'To Margaret'". Edgar Allan Poe Society online. Retrieved 2008-03-29. 
  7. Sova 2001, p. 8
  8. Edgar Allan Poe. "'To Isaac Lea'". Edgar Allan Poe Society online. Retrieved 2008-03-29. 
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 Sova 2001, p. 240
  10. 10.0 10.1 Sova 2001, p. 238
  11. 11.0 11.1 Sova 2001, p. 225
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 Sova 2001, p. 239
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 Sova 2001, p. 194
  14. Edgar Allan Poe. "'Enigma'". Edgar Allan Poe Society online. Retrieved 2008-03-29. 
  15. Edgar Allan Poe. "'Fanny'". Edgar Allan Poe Society online. Retrieved 2008-03-29. 
  16. Edgar Allan Poe. "'The Coliseum'". Edgar Allan Poe Society online. Retrieved 2008-03-29. 
  17. Edgar Allan Poe. "'Serenade'". Edgar Allan Poe Society online. Retrieved 2008-03-29. 
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 18.3 18.4 Quinn 1998, p. 208
  19. Edgar Allan Poe. "'May Queen Ode'". Edgar Allan Poe Society online. Retrieved 2008-03-29. 
  20. Edgar Allan Poe. "'Spiritual Song'". Edgar Allan Poe Society online. Retrieved 2008-03-29. 
  21. Edgar Allan Poe. "'Spiritual Song'". Edgar Allan Poe Society online. Retrieved 2008-03-29. 
  22. Sova 2001, p. 34
  23. Silverman 1991, p. 138
  24. Sova 2001, p. 220
  25. Edgar Allan Poe. "'Lines on Joe Locke'". Edgar Allan Poe Society online. Retrieved 2008-03-29. 
  26. 26.0 26.1 Sova 2001, p. 282
  27. Silverman 1991, p. 201
  28. Edgar Allan Poe. "'A Campaign Song'". Edgar Allan Poe Society online. Retrieved 2008-03-29. 
  29. Edgar Allan Poe. "'Impromptu – To Kate Carol'". Edgar Allan Poe Society online. Retrieved 2008-03-29. 
  30. Quinn 1998, p. 480
  31. Edgar Allan Poe. "'Epigram for Wall Street'". Edgar Allan Poe Society online. Retrieved 2008-03-29. 
  32. Hoffman 1998, p. 79
  33. Edgar Allan Poe. "'The Divine Right of Kings'". Edgar Allan Poe Society online. Retrieved 2008-03-29. 
  34. Sova 2001, p. 249
  35. Meyers 1992, p. 207
  36. Foye 1980, p. 29
  37. 37.0 37.1 37.2 37.3 37.4 37.5 37.6 37.7 37.8 Sova 2001, p. 285
  38. Foye 1980, p. 30
  39. 39.0 39.1 Sova 2001, p. 219
  40. Quinn 1998, p. 605
  41. Meyers 1992, p. 244
  42. name=Silverman88 ????
  43. Sova 2001, p. 73
  44. 44.0 44.1 44.2 Quinn 1998, p. 192
  45. Sova 2001, p. 162
  46. Silverman 1991, p. 93
  47. 47.0 47.1 Quinn 1998, p. 230
  48. Sova 2001, p. 90
  49. 49.0 49.1 Sova 2001, p. 165
  50. Sova 2001, p. 134
  51. 51.0 51.1 51.2 Sova 2001, p. 200
  52. Sova 2001, p. 68
  53. Quinn 1998, p. 283
  54. Quinn 1998, p. 284
  55. 55.0 55.1 55.2 Sova 2001, p. 279
  56. 56.0 56.1 56.2 Sova 2001, p. 280
  57. Quinn 1998, p. 309
  58. Meyers 1992, p. 123
  59. Sova 2001, p. 54
  60. Quin, 325
  61. Quinn 1998, pp. 328–329
  62. Quinn 1998, p. 330
  63. Quinn 1998, pp. 330–331
  64. Quinn 1998, p. 331
  65. Sova 2001, p. 129
  66. Meyers 1992, p. 134
  67. Sova 2001, p. 188
  68. Meyers 1992, p. 137
  69. Meyers 1992, pp. 135–136
  70. Sova 2001, p. 28
  71. 71.0 71.1 Sova 2001, p. 79
  72. 72.0 72.1 Quinn 1998, p. 400
  73. Quinn 1998, p. 418
  74. Sova 2001, p. 154
  75. 75.0 75.1 75.2 Quinn 1998, p. 422
  76. Sova 2001, p. 11
  77. Sova 2001, p. 204
  78. Sova 2001, p. 237
  79. Silverman 1991, p. 294
  80. Sova 2001, p. 199
  81. Silverman 1991, p. 263
  82. Quinn 1998, p. 469
  83. Quinn 1998, p. 470
  84. Quinn 1998, p. 499
  85. Meyers 1992, p. 201
  86. Sova 2001, p. 71
  87. Meyers 1992, p. 241
  88. Sova 2001, p. 261
  89. Sova 2001, p. 128
  90. Sova 2001, p. 276
  91. Sova 2001, p. 186
  92. Rosenheim 1997, p. 19
  93. Quinn 1998, p. 410
  94. Sova 2001, p. 82
  95. Silverman 1991, p. 395
  96. Meyers 1992, pp. 95–96
  97. Sova 2001, p. 119
  98. Edgar Allan Poe. "'The Light-House'". Edgar Allan Poe Society online. Retrieved 2008-03-29. 
  99. Silverman 1991, p. 68
  100. Silverman 1991, p. 153
  101. Ostram 1987, p. 40
  102. Sova 2001, p. 232
  103. Silverman 1991, p. 299