Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore.
The "Poe Webliography" calls this "Must-see browsing for all serious students
of Poe." A great site with variant versions of the works.
Poe Webliography: Essential
for those looking at Poe on the web, this site by Rutgers professor Heyward
Ehrlich includes annotated reviews of sites on Poe.
Journals devoted to Poe:
Knowing Poe. This
new, media-rich site designed primarily for high school students includes
information on Poe's life and works, with video segments by actor John
Astin as Poe.
Edgar Allan Poe Museum. Focusing
on Poe's years in Richmond, Virginia, this site includes a biographical
sketch and the text of selected works.
Professor Ann Woodlief of VCU has prepared a hypertext
study version of "The Fall of the House of Usher."
lecture notes on Poe
Gothic, Novel, and Romance
The House of
Usher Page. Fine general page, interesting and frequently
updated. Warning: Music starts when the page loads.
attributing Poe's death to rabies rather than to alcoholism.
The Edgar Allan Poe National
Historic Site web page includes a picture of Poe's house in
Poe Page and Poe Decoder. Biographical
information and individual (not necessarily scholarly) essays on
Nineteenth-century views of Poe
Allen [sic] Poe" by Rufus Griswold (The International
Magazine of Literature, Art, and Science, October 1, 1850).
See also "Poe
and his Biographer, Griswold," The Old Guard, June
and Writing of Edgar Allan Poe" (The United States
Democratic Review, December 1850)
Allan Poe" by John Savage (The United States Democratic
Review, Jan. 1851).
Allan Poe" (The United States Democratic Review, February
Late Edgar Allan Poe" (The United States Democratic
Review, April 1856)
Allan Poe" (North American Review, 1856)
Allan Poe" by Edmund Clarence Stedman (Scribner's,
Legendary Years" by G. E. Woodberry (Atlantic, 1884)
from the Correspondence of Edgar Allan Poe," ed. George
Woodberry (Century, Sept. 1894) ("Selections," Oct.
1894) ("Selections," Aug.
Works of Edgar Allan Poe" (anon.) (Atlantic, 1896)
Place in American Literature" by Hamilton Wright Mabie