Kirjat Poe Edgar Allan

Edgar Allan Poe
19.1.1809 - 7.10.1849

Notes
Poetry 1824 Never published in Poes lifetime
O, Tempora! O, Mores! 1825 Never published during Poes lifetime Not authenticated as by Poe
Tamerlane July 1827 Tamerlane and Other Poems
Song July 1827 Tamerlane and Other Poems
Imitation July 1827 Tamerlane and Other Poems
Dream July 1827 Tamerlane and Other Poems
The Lake July 1827 Tamerlane and Other Poems
Spirits of the Dead July 1827 Tamerlane and Other Poems
Evening Star July 1827 Tamerlane and Other Poems
Dreams July 1827 Tamerlane and Other Poems
Stanzas July 1827 Tamerlane and Other Poems
The Happiest Day September 15, 1827 The North American
To Margaret circa 1827 Never published during Poes lifetime
Alone 1829 Never published during Poes lifetime
To Isaac Lea circa 1829 Never published in Poes lifetime
To The River —— 1829 Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane, and Minor Poems
To —— 1829 Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane, and Minor Poems Begins The bowers whereat, in dreams...
To —— 1829 Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane, and Minor Poems Begins Should my early life seem...
Romance 1829 Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane, and Minor Poems
Fairy-Land 1829 Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane, and Minor Poems
To Science 1829 Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane, and Minor Poems
Al Aaraaf 1829 Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane, and Minor Poems
An Acrostic 1829 Never published during Poes lifetime
Elizabeth 1829 Never published during Poes lifetime [32]
To Helen 1831 Poems by Edgar A. Poe
A Paean 1831 Poems by Edgar A. Poe
The Sleeper 1831 Poems by Edgar A. Poe
The City in the Sea 1831 Poems by Edgar A. Poe
The Valley of Unrest 1831 Poems by Edgar A. Poe
Israfel 1831 Poems by Edgar A. Poe
Enigma February 2, 1833 Baltimore Saturday Visiter
Fanny May 18, 1833 Baltimore Saturday Visiter
The Coliseum October 26, 1833 Baltimore Saturday Visiter
Serenade April 20, 1833 Baltimore Saturday Visiter
To One in Paradise January 1834 Godeys Ladys Book
Hymn April 1835 Southern Literary Messenger
To Elizabeth September 1835 Southern Literary Messenger Republished as To F——s S. O——d in 1845
May Queen Ode circa 1836 Never published in Poes lifetime
Spiritual Song 1836 Never published during Poes lifetime
Latin Hymn March 1836 Southern Literary Messenger
Bridal Ballad January 1837 Southern Literary Messenger Originally published as Ballad
To Zante January 1837 Southern Literary Messenger
The Haunted Palace April 1839 American Museum
Silence–A Sonnet January 4, 1840 Saturday Courier
Lines on Joe Locke February 28, 1843 Saturday Museum
The Conqueror Worm January 1843 Grahams Magazine
Lenore February 1843 The Pioneer
A Campaign Song 1844 Never published during Poes lifetime
Dream-Land June 1844 Grahams Magazine
Impromptu. To Kate Carol April 26, 1845 Broadway Journal
To F—— April 1845 Broadway Journal Republished as To Frances in the September 6, 1845, issue of the Broadway Journal
Eulalie July 1845 American Review: A Whig Journal
Epigram for Wall Street January 23, 1845 Evening Mirror [51]
The Raven January 29, 1845 Evening Mirror
The Divine Right of Kings October 1845 Grahams Magazine [53]
A Valentine February 21, 1846 Evening Mirror Originally published as To Her Whose Name Is Written Below
Beloved Physician 1847 Never published during Poes lifetime Incomplete[55]
Deep in Earth 1847 Never published during Poes lifetime Incomplete
To M. L. S—— (1847) March 13, 1847 The Home Journal
Ulalume December 1847 American Whig Review
Lines on Ale 1848 Never published during Poes lifetime
To Marie Louise March 1848 Columbian Magazine
An Enigma March 1848 Union Magazine of Literature and Art
To Helen November 1848 Sartains Union Magazine
A Dream Within A Dream March 31, 1849 The Flag of Our Union
Eldorado April 21, 1849 Flag of Our Union
For Annie April 28, 1849 Flag of Our Union
To My Mother July 7, 1849 Flag of Our Union
Annabel Lee October 9, 1849 New York Daily Tribune Sold before Poes death but published posthumously
The Bells November 1849 Sartains Union Magazine Sold before Poes death but published posthumously
Tales
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Notes
Metzengerstein January 14, 1832 Philadelphia Saturday Courier Horror / Satire First published anonymously with the subtitle A Tale in Imitation of the German
The Duc De L Omelette March 3, 1832 Philadelphia Saturday Courier Humor Originally The Duke of l Omelette
A Tale of Jerusalem June 9, 1832 Philadelphia Saturday Courier Humor
Loss of Breath November 10, 1832 Philadelphia Saturday Courier Humor Originally A Decided Loss
Bon-Bon December 1, 1832 Philadelphia Saturday Courier Humor Originally The Bargain Lost
MS. Found in a Bottle October 19, 1833 Baltimore Saturday Visiter Adventure
The Assignation January 1834 Godeys Ladys Book Horror Originally The Visionary, published anonymously
Berenice March 1835 Southern Literary Messenger Horror
Morella April 1835 Southern Literary Messenger Horror
Lionizing May 1835 Southern Literary Messenger Satire Subtitle: A Tale
The Unparalleled Adventure of One Hans Pfaall June 1835 Southern Literary Messenger Adventure
King Pest September 1835 Southern Literary Messenger Horror / Humor Originally
King Pest the First, published anonymously
Shadow - A Parable September 1835 Southern Literary Messenger Horror Published anonymously
Four Beasts in One - The Homo-Cameleopard March 1836 Southern Literary Messenger Humor Originally Epimanes
Mystification June 1837 American Monthly Magazine Humor Originally Von Jung, the Mystific
Silence - A Fable 1838 Baltimore Book Humor Originally Siope - A Fable
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
How to Write a Blackwood Article November 1838 Baltimore American Museum Parody An introduction to A Predicament
A Predicament November 1838 Baltimore American Museum Parody Companion to
How to Write A Blackwood Article, originally The Scythe of Time
The Devil in the Belfry May 18, 1839 Saturday Chronicle and Mirror of the Times Humor / Satire
The Man That Was Used Up August 1839 Burtons Gentlemans Magazine Satire
The Fall of the House of Usher September 1839 Burtons Gentlemans Magazine Horror
William Wilson October 1839 The Gift: A Christmas and New Years Present for 1840 Horror
The Conversation of Eiros and Charmion December 1839 Burtons Gentlemans Magazine Science fiction
Why the Little Frenchman Wears His Hand in a Sling 1840 Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque Humor
The Business Man February 1840 Burtons Gentlemans Magazine Humor Originally Peter Pendulum
The Man of the Crowd December 1840 Grahams Magazine Horror
The Murders in the Rue Morgue April 1841 Grahams Magazine Detective fiction
A Descent into the Maelström April 1841 Grahams Magazine Adventure
The Island of the Fay June 1841 Grahams Magazine Fantasy
The Colloquy of Monos and Una August 1841 Grahams Magazine Science fiction
Never Bet the Devil Your Head September 1841 Grahams Magazine Satire Subtitled A Tale with a Moral
Eleonora Fall 1841 The Gift for 1842 Romance
Three Sundays in a Week November 27, 1841 Saturday Evening Post Humor Originally A Succession of Sundays
The Oval Portrait April 1842 Grahams Magazine Horror Originally Life in Death
The Masque of the Red Death May 1842 Grahams Magazine Horror Originally The Mask of the Red Death
The Landscape Garden October 1842 Snowdens Ladies Companion Sketch Later incorporated into The Domain of Arnheim
The Mystery of Marie Rogêt November 1842, December 1842, February 1843 (serialized) Snowdens Ladies Companion Detective fiction Originally subtitled A Sequel to The Murders in the Rue Morgue
The Pit and the Pendulum 1842–1843 The Gift: A Christmas and New Years Present Horror
The Tell-Tale Heart January 1843 The Pioneer Horror
The Gold-Bug June 1843 Dollar Newspaper Adventure
The Black Cat August 19, 1843 United States Saturday Post Horror
Diddling October 14, 1843 Philadelphia Saturday Courier Parody Originally Raising the Wind; or, Diddling Considered as One of the Exact Sciences
The Spectacles March 27, 1844 Dollar Newspaper Humor
A Tale of the Ragged Mountains April 1844 Godeys Lady\s Book Science fiction, Adventure
The Premature Burial July 31, 1844 Dollar Newspaper Horror
Mesmeric Revelation August 1844 Columbian Magazine Science fiction
The Oblong Box September 1844 Godeys Ladys Book Horror
The Angel of the Odd October 1844 Columbian Magazine Humor Subtitled An Extravaganza
Thou Art the Man November 1844 Godeys Ladys Book Detective fiction / Satire
The Literary Life of Thingum Bob, Esq. December 1844 Southern Literary Messenger Humor
The Purloined Letter 1844–1845 The Gift: A Christmas and New Years Present Detective fiction
The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade February 1845 Godeys Ladys Book Humor Meant as a sequel to One Thousand and One Nights
Some Words with a Mummy April 1845 American Review: A Whig Journal Satire
The Power of Words June 1845 Democratic Review Science fiction
The Imp of the Perverse July 1845 Grahams Magazine Horror
The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether November 1845 Grahams Magazine Humor
The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar December 1845 The American Review Horror / Science fiction / Hoax Originally The Facts of M. Valdemars Case
The Sphinx January 1846 Arthurs Ladies Magazine Satire
The Cask of Amontillado November 1846 Godeys Ladys Book Horror
The Domain of Arnheim March 1847 Columbian Ladys and Gentlemans Magazine Sketch Expansion of previous story The Landscape Garden
Mellonta Tauta February 1849 Flag of Our Union Science fiction / Hoax
Hop-Frog March 17, 1849 Flag of Our Union Horror Subtitled Or, The Eight Chained Ourang-Outangs
Von Kempelen and His Discovery April 14, 1849 Flag of Our Union Hoax
X-ing a Paragrab May 12, 1849 Flag of Our Union Humor
Landors Cottage June 9, 1849 Flag of Our Union Sketch Originally Landors Cottage: A Pendant to The Domain of Arnheim
Other works
Essays
Eureka: A Prose Poem (1848)

Maelzels Chess Player (April 1836 – Southern Literary Messenger)
The Philosophy of Furniture (May 1840 – Burtons Gentlemans Magazine)
A Few Words on Secret Writing (July 1841 – Grahams Magazine)
Morning on the Wissahiccon (1844 – The Opal)
The Balloon-Hoax (April 13, 1844) — A newspaper article that was actually a journalistic hoax
The Philosophy of Composition (April 1846 – Grahams Magazine)
Eureka: A Prose Poem (March 1848 – Wiley & Putnam)
The Rationale of Verse (October 1848 – Southern Literary Messenger)
The Poetic Principle (December 1848 – Southern Literary Messenger)

Novels

The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket (First two installments, January/February 1837 – Southern Literary Messenger, issued as complete novel in July 1838)
The Journal of Julius Rodman (First six installments, January–June 1840 – Burtons Gentlemans Magazine) — Incomplete

Plays

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

Other

The Conchologists First Book (1839) — A textbook on sea shells to which Poe lent his name as author, though he did not write it
The Light-House (1849, never published in Poes lifetime) — An incomplete work which may have been intended to be a short story or a novel

Collections
Tamerlane and Other Poems (1827)

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

Tamerlane and Other Poems (credited by a Bostonian) (1827)
Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane and Minor Poems (1829)
Poems (1831, printed as second edition)
Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque (December 1839)
The Prose Romances of Edgar A. Poe (1843)
Tales (1845, Wiley & Putnam)
The Raven and Other Poems (1845, Wiley & Putnam

Lehden nimi
1954 Punaisen Surman Naamio
1959 Korppi ja Kultakuoriainen
Poe 1946 Rakkauden ja Kuoleman Lauluja
Poe 1952 Morgue-Kadun Murhat
Poe 1975 Rue Morguen Murhat
Poe 1993 Pelon ja Kuoleman Kertomuksia
Poe 1995 Kauhutarinoita
Poe 1999 Ajan ja Avaruuden Kartat
Poe 2007 Kootut Kertomukset
Poe Tales Poems Essays