Perspectives on Edgar Allan Poe

Embracing interdisciplinary perspectives, cultural studies, and traditional scholarship, this series publishes scholarly interpretations of Edgar Allan Poe’s work, influences, and contexts to enhance Poe Studies within and beyond the parameters of nineteenth-century American literary history. Edited by Barbara Cantalupo, Professor of English at Pennsylvania State University,
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Lehigh University Press - Poe's Pervasive Influence
Barbara Cantalupo, ed.
Anthologizing Poe
EDITED BY EMRON ESPLIN AND MARGARIDA VALE DE GATO - CONTRIBUTIONS BY JANA L. ARGERSINGER; EMRON ESPLIN; FERNANDO GONZÁLEZ-MORENO; JOHN GRUESSER; MICHELLE KAY HANSEN; J. GERALD KENNEDY; BONNIE SHANNON MCMULLEN; TRAVIS MONTGOMERY; SCOTT PEEPLES; PHILIP EDWA
Emron Esplin, editor; Margarida Vale de Gato, editor
Poe and the Idea of Music
Charity McAdams
 The Lovecraftian Poe: Essays on Influence, Reception, Interpretation, and Transformation
Sean Moreland - Contributions by Alissa Burger; Michael Cisco; Dan Clinton; Brian Johnson; S.T. Joshi; John Langan; Murray Leeder; Juan L. Pérez de Luque; Sławomir Studniarz; Miles Tittle; Robert H. Waugh; Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock and Ben Woodard
Lehigh University Press - Deciphering Poe
Alexandra Urakova, ed.
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