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Edgar Poe and His Critics by  Sarah Helen Whitman - Paperback - Facsimile Edition. - 1967 - from Ravenroost Books and Biblio.com

Edgar Poe and His Critics

by Whitman, Sarah Helen

Condition: Very Good


Pennsylvania: The Americanist Press, 1967. Sm. 8vo. 81 pgs. Very Good condition softcover in stiff wraps as issued. Limited Edition of 200 copies, a facsimile of the 1860 Rudd & Carleton edition. Publisher's signature penned on limitation page opposite title page. The Americanist Reprint Series. An earnest and thoughtful effortt by Ms. Whitman, a colleague of Poe's, to rectify the notoriously damaging and purportedly inaccurate biography written about Poe by Griswold. Clean and unmarked, with the exception of an inscription on the half title page: "Thomas Michael Kane The Americanists!". #1213.. Signed by Editor.. Facsimile Edition.. Soft Cover, Stiff Wraps. Very Good. Small 8vo.. Limited Facsimile Edition.


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