Accompanied by a brief biographical sketch, this study of Poe’s verse makes the case “that in his poetry Poe is revealed completely.” The book also includes many of Poe’s poems, including “To Helen,” “The City in the Sea,” “Annabel Lee,” and “The Raven.” A riveting study by a dedicated Poe enthusiast.
|Publisher:||Barnes & Noble|
|Series:||Barnes & Noble Digital Library|
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|File size:||169 KB|
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About the Author
Lewis Nathaniel Chase (1873-1937) taught English at Duke University—where his papers on Poe are archived—as well as at Columbia University and several other colleges outside the United States. After a brief stint studying stage dancing, he became a Poe scholar; his other works include The English Heroic Play: A Critical Description of the Rhymed Tragedy of the Restoration (1903), and an introduction to Emerson’s Essay on Compensation.