Poe and the printed word
|Published:||Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2000.|
|Series:||Cambridge studies in American literature and culture.
|Online Access:||E book Academic (EBSCO) Available to Current GSU Faculty, Staff and Students|
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|Main Author:||Hayes, Kevin J.|
In Poe and the Printed Word Kevin Hayes reappraises the work of Edgar Allan Poe in the context of nineteenth-century print culture. Hayes examines how publishing opportunities of the time shaped Poe's development as a writer and explores the different methods of publication he employed as a showcase for his verse, criticism and fiction. Beginning with Poe's early exposure to the printed word, and ending with the ambitious magazine and book projects of his final years, this study is part biography, part literary history and part history of the book.
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|Physical Description:||1 online resource (xvii, 145 pages).|
|Bibliography:||Includes bibliographical references (pages 130-137) and index.|
|ISBN:||0511017340 (electronic bk.)|
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