The Relationship Between Rufus Griswold And Edgar — страница 2
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p. 2). Afraid of being targeted as a hater of Poe, he signed it Ludwig but soon afterwards, he was exposed. Finally, in a letter on December 17, 1849, “I wrote, as you suppose, the notice of Poe in The Tribune, but very hastily. I was not his friend, nor was he mine” (Reprinted in Gill, The Life of Poe, 1877, pp. 228-229). Ever since it s initial publication, this obituary has been a topic of literati ever since. BIBLIOGRAPHY: Didier, Eugene, L., “The Life and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe New York: W. J. Widdleton, 1877, pp. 19-129. Excite Online Reference Almanachttp://www.excite.com/reference/almanac Gill The Life of Poe 1877, pp. 228-229 Griswold, Rufus Wilmot The Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe New York: T. Y. Crowell, 1902, vol XVII Griswold, Rufus Wilmot (as “Ludwig”)”Death of Edgar Allan Poe,” New York Tribune, October 9, 1849, p. 2 Poe, Edgar Allan, “[Letters to R. W. Griswold] The Letters of Edgar Allan Poe New York: Gordian Press, Inc, 1966. Quinn, Arthur Hobson Edgar Allan Poe: A Critical Biography New York: D. Appleton-Century Company, 1941.