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The Dreamer. A Romantic Rendering of the Life Story of Edgar Allan Poe. by  Mary Newton Stanard - First Edition Thus - 1925 - from Ravenroost Books and

The Dreamer. A Romantic Rendering of the Life Story of Edgar Allan Poe.

by Stanard, Mary Newton

Condition: Very Good/No Jacket

Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1925. 382pgs. Very Good hardcover with sturdy white cloth spine, blue boards, blue and gilt titlepiece to spine. Light foxing to rear fixed endpaper, else clean and unmarked. This edition conforms to the latest discoveries concerning Poe's life, contains eight illustrations, and chapter heads and a table of contents were included to aid the reader in locating any special content. Chapters I-XXXIII: Exit Elizabeth Arnold, Edgar Poe Becomes Edgar Allan, At School in England, A Packet of Letters, Home Again, Schooldays in Richmond, The Awakening of Ambition, "Helen Thy Beauty is to Me", Elmira Royster, At the University of Virginia, At the University of Virginia (continued), Edgar Poe a Wanderer, In Boston Where He Finds a Printer, "Tamerlane" in Richmond, "Al Aaraaf", West Point, Once More a Wanderer, Haven in Baltimore, "The Manuscript Found in a Bottle", The Happiest Dream of All, "The Southern Literary Messenger", The Wedding of Edgar and Virginia, A Foothold in the North, Home and Happiness in Philadelphia, "Eleonora", Sorrrow Comes to the Valley, "The Raven", New York Once More, Some of His Dreams Come True, The Cottage at Fordham, "Ulalume"' A New Helen, ""The Fever Called 'Living' is Conquered at Last". By the author of "Edgar Allan Poe Letters Till Now Unpublished", and "Richmond: Its People and Its Story" as well as Colonial Virginia: Its People and Customs", "The Story of Bacon's Rebellion, Virginia, 1676". #2540.. First Edition Thus. Cloth Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by A.G. Learned, Albert Sterner. 8vo, 8 x 5.5 Inches.


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