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Home Browse Books Book details, Poe and the Southern Literary Messenger. Poe and the Southern Literary Messenger. The first number of the Messenger, a monthly literary journal founded by the Richmond printer Thomas W. White, was issued in August, 1834, and in spite of many handicaps the magazine managed to survive until June, 1864.

Much of Poe's picturesque personality, as well as his literary career, is inseparably associated with the ""Southern Literary Messenger. The present volume is the first and only extended separate attempt for a fuller study of Poe's connection with the ""Messenger

Much of Poe's picturesque personality, as well as his literary career, is inseparably associated with the ""Southern Literary Messenger. The present volume is the first and only extended separate attempt for a fuller study of Poe's connection with the ""Messenger. The inclusion of the complete letters of T. W. White to Lucian Minor, as well as letters to Beverly Tucker Much of Poe's picturesque personality, as well as his literary career, is inseparably associated with the ""Southern Literary Messenger.

The Southern Literary Messenger was a periodical published in Richmond, Virginia, from August 1834 to June 1864, and from 1939 to 1945

The Southern Literary Messenger was a periodical published in Richmond, Virginia, from August 1834 to June 1864, and from 1939 to 1945.

Text: David K. Jackson, Appendix C, Poe and The Southern Literary Messenger (1934), pp. 108-117 . The letter dated January 19, 1837, indicates that Poe did not immediately leave Richmond for New York after his dismissal.

The letter dated January 19, 1837, indicates that Poe did not immediately leave Richmond for New York after his dismissal.

Thomas Ollive Mabbott, David K. Jackson, J. H. Whitty. Published: 1 November 1934. in American Literature. American Literature, Volume 6; doi:10.

Publication date 16 Mar 2013. ISBN13 9781258624712. Categories: Anthologies (non-poetry). Literary Studies: General.

Poe and the Southern Literary Messenger (Richmond, VA: Press of the Dietz Printing C. 1934), by David Kelly Jackson . Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms. 1934), by David Kelly Jackson, contrib. by J. Whitty (page images at HathiTrust).

[File:LitMessengerSouth. jpgthumb340pxThe Southern Literary Messenger building in Richmond, Virginia, 1902. The Southern Literary Messenger was a periodical published in Richmond, Virginia, from 1834 until June 1864.

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2, v. 4 The Southern Literary Messenger. 2-4, New York Gordian Press, 1986-1997. This book provides a good deal of useful information about Richmond as Poe would have known i. Lasley Dameron and Irby B. Cauthen Jr. Edgar Allan Poe, A Bibliography of Criticism 1827-1967. Char- lottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1974. The Portraits and Daguerreotypes of Edgar Allan Poe. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1989. Poe, Journalist and Critic David K. Jackson. Richmond: The Dietz Press C. 1934.

Much of Poe's picturesque personality, as well as his literary career, is inseparably associated with the "Southern Literary Messenger." The present volume is the first and only extended separate attempt for a fuller study of Poe's connection with the "Messenger." The inclusion of the complete letters of T. W. White to Lucian Minor, as well as letters to Beverly Tucker from White, is an important addition to the "Poe-Messenger" record.

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