Three EDGAR ALLAN POE Works. In THE AMERICAN REVIEW in 1845. Printed During POE'S Lifetime! The American Review: A Whig Journal Politics, Literature, Art and Science.
New York: Wiley and Putnam, 1845. First Edition of each of the three works by Poe. Hardcover, Bound in half leather over marbled boards, 5 3/4" x 8 7/8" x 2 1/2.
II and III, February and March, 1845 are missing. Includes Some Words with a Mummy (satirical short story) by Poe (pages 363 to 370).VI, June, 1845 is missing. Pages  to to 110. Includes Eulalie A Song (short poem) by Poe (page 79). Includes a 4-page book review of Poe's Tales (pages 306 to 309). Includes The Facts of M. Vandemar's Case (short story) by Poe (pages 561 to 565). The book is in Fair condition. The joints are starting, but the boards are still attached (barely). That said the text block is in Good+ condition. The foxing varies throughout this bound magazine ranging from light to fairly heavy.
The ONLY marking by a previous owner is a name penciled on the front free endpaper. Please examine all twelve photographs of this book for a better idea of its condition. For more interesting and collectible books! The item "3 EDGAR ALLAN POE Works Printed in 1845 THE AMERICAN REVIEW, Bound Magazine" is in sale since Wednesday, April 28, 2021. This item is in the category "Books & Magazines\Antiquarian & Collectible".
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