The life and works of Edgar Allan Poe, a psycho-analytic interpretation; foreword by Sigmund Freud. Translated by John Rodker.


[1st English ed.].. London, Imago Pub. Company [1949] .

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Standard Title Edgar Poe, étude psychanalytique. English
Subjects Authors, American -- 19th century -- Psychology.
Authors, American -- Psychology.
Fantasy literature, American -- History and criticism.
Fantasy literature, American.
Literature -- Psychology.
Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849 -- Critique et interprétation.
Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849 -- Psychology.
Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849.
Psychoanalysis and literature -- United States.
Psychoanalysis and literature.
Psychology.
United States.
Description xi, 749 pages illustrations, portraits, maps, facsimiles 23 cm
Copyright Date [1949]
Notes Translation of Edgar Poe, étude psychanalytique.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 739-749).
Also issued online.
Contents Book I: Life and poems -- Poe's parents -- His mother's death -- Foster parents -- His education begins -- Scotland and England -- The First helen -- Lafayette's visit and William Galt's legacy -- Elmira -- At the University of Virginia -- Poe breaks with John Allan -- Army life -- After the death of Frances Allan -- West Point -- The first grreat poems -- With Mrs. Clemm at Baltimore -- The first tales -- Richmond -- The Southern literary messenger -- Marriage to Virginia -- New York and Philadelphia -- Burton's gentleman's magazine -- Tales of the grotesque and arabesque -- Philadelphia -- Graham's magazine -- Fears for Virginia -- New York -- The Raven and fame -- Fordham -- Virginia's last summer -- Annabel Lee -- Fordham after Virginia -- Ulalume and Eureka -- Providence and Lowell -- Helen and Annie -- Philadelphia, Richmond, and Baltimore -- The Last "Fagues."
Book III: tales of the Father -- the Revolt against the father -- The Tell-tale heart -- The Masquerades -- Never bet the devil your head. A Tale with a moral -- The struggle with conscience -- William Wilson -- Tales of passivity to the father -- Bedloe, Valdemar, and the Angel of the Odd -- The Pit and the pendulum -- Eureka.
Books II: tales of the Mother -- Bernice -- Morella -- Ligeia -- The Fall of the House of Usher -- Eleonora -- The Oval portrait -- The Assignation -- Metzengerstein -- The Mother as landscape -- Landscape gardens and The Island of the Fay -- Tales of the Sea: The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym -- A Tale of earth: The Gold Bug -- The Confession of impotence -- Loss of breath -- Tales of the murdered mother -- The Man of the crowd -- The Murders in the Rue Morgue -- The Black Cat.
Books IV: Poe and the human soul -- Literature: Its function and elaboration -- Poe's message to others.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)5030216
(OCoLC)ocm05030216
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Bonaparte, Marie, Princess, 1882-1962.
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