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A snare in every human path: "Tamerlane" and the Paternal Scapegoat

Description: This book chapter examines Edgar Allan Poe's poem "Tamerlane" through Poe's reimagination of the artist-as-scapegoat figure as a viable alternative for preserving artistic integrity in the face of paternal and literary authority.
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Date: September 5, 2013
Creator: Martin, John
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Revisiting the Nineteenth-Century Poe Controversies

Description: This article reviews the book "Poe in His Own time: A Biographical Chronicle of his Life, Drawn from Recollections, Interviews, and Memoirs by Family, Friends, and Associates," edited by Benjamin F. Fisher, published by the University of Iowa Press, 2010.
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Date: 2011
Creator: Martin, John
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A Matter of Life and Death: The Continuity of Identity in the Fiction of Edgar Allan Poe

Description: Some of the most interesting facets of Edgar Allan Poe's fiction are his imaginative speculations concerning the metaphysical experiences of the soul, the individual psychic "identity." His interest focuses primarily on three related aspects of the soul's experiences (1) metempsychosis (or reincarnation and transmigration); (2) suspension between "death" and the after-life or states of unconsciousness and consciousness, sleep and waking; and (3) the terrors, real or imagined, of premature burial.
Date: August 1972
Creator: Hayes, Kathryn Janette
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Teaching Poe in the Context of the ACRL’s Framework for Information Literacy

Description: Presented at the 2017 American Literature Association, in a session organized by the Poe Studies Association. This presentation discusses how the Association of College and Research Libraries Framework for Information Literacy can be used as a pedagogical basis for teaching the works of Edgar Allan Poe.
Date: May 25, 2017
Creator: Martin, John Edward
Partner: UNT Libraries