A Poe Webliography by Heyward Ehrlich

Appendix (J-M):

Links verified 25 July 2009.Update in progress.


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    J: Foreign sites: | K: Digital media/performances: | L: Historical sites and associations: | M: Parodies and humor:


    J: Foreign Sites and Foreign Languages:


    Danish:

  1. "The Fall of the House of Usher": [No longer available]
    http://www.mondo.dk/ahp/usher.html

  2. "The Raven": [No longer available]
    http://www.mondo.dk/ahp/ravnen.html

    France/French:

  3. L'Atelier de Traduction - No longer available [?]
    http://www.netdanse.com/poesie/annabel.htm
    Contains six translations of "Annabel Lee."

  4. "Le Masque de la Mort Rouge" (trans. Charles Baudelaire):[No longer available]
    http://members.aol.com/baronpo/prosperm.htm

  5. "Un Reve" (trans. Stéphane Mallarme):[No longer available]
    http://members.aol.com/baronpo/unrve.htm

  6. "Le Tombeau d'Edgar Poe" (by Stéphane Mallarme):[No longer available]
    http://members.aol.com/baronpo/MALLAR.HTM

  7. Forrest's webliography (in French):
    http://www.comnet.ca/~forrest/francais/poe.htm [No longer available]

    Germany/German:

  8. "Die Philosophie der Komposition" (discussion): [No longer available]
    http://www.libronet.de/Bibliothek/Scheier/poe/start.cgi

  9. Comparison of "Premature Burial" and "House of Usher":
    http://www.fask.uni-mainz.de/user/makuro/teksty/poe.htm [No longer available]

  10. First printing of "The Raven":
    http://www.c-base.org/cthulhu_park/autoren/poe/raven.html [No longer available]

    Hungarian:

  11. "Annabel Lee": [No longer available]
    http://www.isys.hu/c/verhas/versek/anabell.htm

  12. Logos Collection: Nine works under "Edgar Allan Poe":[No longer available]
    http://www.logos.it/literature/literaturehua.html

    Italian:

  13. Abitazioni immaginaire (via Baudelaire): [No longer available]
    http://www.einaudi.net/ita/mese/ottobre/poe.htm

  14. Festival of three Poe films, 1909-1931:* No longer available *
    http://www.nuovesincronie.com/Festival/19thMay.html

  15. "Sogno in in sogno":
    http://www.multipromo.com/poe/poe1.htm [No longer available]

    Polish:

  16. "Kruk" ("The Raven"): [No longer available]
    http://redfrog.norconnect.no/~poems/poets/edgar_allan_poe.html

    Russia:

  17. Three Poe tales (Russian site):
    http://www.kiarchive.ru:8090/pub/misc/books/EEL/Poe [No longer available]

    Switzerland:

  18. Poe page with two poems: [No longer available]
    http://www.lyrik.ch/history/poe.htm

    Uraguay:

  19. Link to Poe material:
    http://www.colegio.com.uy/hora_puente/materias/Literatu.htm [No longer available]


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    K. Digital Media and Live Performances:


    (Excluding film and television)

  20. Bronze Bust by Richard Masloski:
    http://www.masloski.com/poe.html

  21. Illustrations for "The Puroined Letter": [No longer available]
    http://www.nuvola.com/illustra/illmat.htm

  22. Pennyslvania Renaissancefaire Evermore Show (Cornwall, Pa., USA):
    http://www.parenaissancefaire.com/edgar.htm [No longer available]

  23. PoePourri Simmers, U. Texas, San Antonio:
    http://www.utsa.edu/Academics/COFAH/ECPC/poe.htm [No longer available]

  24. "The Raven" (Shockwave Shock-baubles):
    http://www.adveract.com/shokbobl/ourbobl/poemrav.htm

  25. "The Tell-Tale Heart" (Real Audio):[No longer available]
    http://www.interlog.com/~emptor/poetelltale.html

  26. "The Tell-Tale Heart" (ToolVox audio):[No longer available]
    http://www.asacomp.com/~tkeener/poepouri.html

  27. Edgar Allan Poe Room: Hyperwinch Project:[No longer available]
    http://www.assumption.edu/HTML/Academic/users/ady/HHRomanticism/HHPoe/hpPoe.html

  28. Poetry Slam Gallery: [No longer available]
    http://www.i2.i-2000.com/~rawdata/openmic.html

  29. U. of Texas (Austin) Student multimedia project:
    http://www.edb.utexas.edu/projects/mmdesign/fall96project/who/Jose/poe.html [No longer available]

  30. S.F. State "Masque of the Red Death" (Shockwave): [No longer available]
    http://www.cel.sfsu.edu/msp/WebWorks/redDeath/

  31. Tangled Web Audio: Authors & Readers: * No longer available *
    http://www.eidos.ca/tangled/authors.html
    Readings by Geraint Wyn Davies.

  32. Poe (the band):
    http://poe.org

    For more on Poe (performance name of Annie Danielewski) see poe.cyberfan.com * No longer available * or Interview by Martin Renzhofer, Salt Lake City Tribune, January 5, 1996. [No longer available] http://utahonline.sltrib.com/96/JAN/05/tca/21241212.htm

    Incidentally, while the name "poe.org" is used for a rock band, "www.poe.com" is assigned to Professional Office Enterprises, and "www.poe.net" is used by Apache: Red Hat Linux Web Server.

  33. Closed on Account of Rabies (CD): [No longer available]
    http://www.mercuryrecords.com/mercury/artists/poe/info.html

    Announcement for multimedia readings of Poe, also available at www.mercuryrecords.com/mercury/artists/poe/info.html [No longer available]

  34. Poe: the Musical (on CD):[No longer available]
    http://www.amherst.edu/~jraarons/poe


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    L. Historical Sites, Exhibits, Associations:


    The Poe National Historic Site in Philadelphia:

  35. http://www.nps.gov/edal/siteindex.htm [New address]

  36. http://www.libertynet.org/iha/tour/_poe.html: [No longer available]

    Other Poe Sites and Museums:

  37. http://www.fieldtrip.com/ny/88818900.htm:

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  38. Arise and Build!: Edgar Allan Poe at the University of Virginia:
    http://www.lib.virginia.edu/exhibits/rotunda/prefire/poe.html

  39. The Raven Society:
    http://scs.student.virginia.edu/~ravens/home.html
    Honorary society at the University of Virginia.

  40. Baltimore Ravens, National Football League team:[No longer available]
    http://www.detnews.com/menu/stories/41958.htm

    The team may be "the first to be christened with a literary allusion," according to an Associated Press article by Alex Dominguez in the Detroit News, March 30, 1996. But you won't find this explanation at the web site of the NFL Ravens [No longer available]
    team.

    Museums and Societies:

  41. The Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore:
    http://eapoe,org

  42. The Raven Society (U. of Virginia):
    http://falcon.jmu.edu/~heinriki/raven.htm

  43. Sewing cabinet of Poe's step-mother:
    http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/garnett/sewing_cabinet.html

    Garnett room in virtual reality (VRML) (http://etext/lib.virginia.edu/garnett/vrml/index.html
    Requires downloading an VRML browser, such as Cosmo Player.

  44. The Poe Museum (Richmond, Va.):
    http://www.poemuseum.org

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    M: Parodies and Miscellanies:


  45. The Shannonizer:
    http://www.nightgarden.com/shannon.htm

    Called a "web toy with delusions of literacy," this style synthesizer uses the principles of Claude Shannon to imitate the style of Poe and others.

  46. "Near A Raven" :
    http://users.aol.com/s6sj7gt/mikerav.htm [No longer available]

    Mike Keith's "constrained writing" versions of "The Raven", the word lengths defined by the first 740 places of pi. See also Mike Keith's "AANVVV". at http://users.aol.com/s6sj7gt/mikeaan.htm, patterned after both pi and alt.adjective.noun.verb.verb.verb configurations.

  47. Edgar Allan Suess, "Horrton Hears a Heart":
    http://www.fal.net/html/horrton.html

  48. "The Pawloined Paper" from Wishbone (PBS):
    http://www.pbs.org/wishbone/pawloinedpaper.html [No longer available]

  49. "To Helen":
    http://www.sas.upenn.edu/~gcannon/poe.html
    Spanking good parody - No longer available.

    "Nevermore" as "Abort, Retry, Ignore":

  50. "By anonymous": -- No longer available
    http://users.aol.com/MStfr/index.htm

  51. "Poe and Computers":
    http://st-www.cs.uiuc.edu/~chai/writing/poe-computer.html [No longer available]

  52. "Poe on Drugs":
    http://www.gibsons.org/cgibson/Poe.htm

    Poe's Cat:

  53. "The End of the Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe's Cat: [No longer available]
    http://alcor.concordia.ca/~f_gingr/raven.html

    Also at http://www.radix.net/~madsox/humor/raven.txt [No longer available]
    and
    http://www.why-not.com/cats/raven.htm

    More parodies:

  54. Another Raven Parody:
    http://www.cs.rpi.edu/~edwardsb/poe.html [No longer available]

  55. Economics Raven variant: [No longer available]
    http://pom-vms1.pomona.edu/~abelshee/humor/poe.html

  56. "The Luser": Unix variant:
    http://www.pootug.demon.co.uk/poe.html [No longer available]

  57. "The Trainer" and "The Woodpecker" -- No longer available:
    http://falcon.jmu.edu/~heinriki/ravenpar.htm

  58. "The Bells" (Baby Bells, from Usenet Oracle):
    http://www.eff.org/pub/Net_culture/Folklore/Humor/bells.poem


    Dubious Distinction Department:

    A few Poe sites display more enthusiasm than accuracy. For example, Poe's name is misspelled in three different ways in the first six words of http://www.zonasplace.com/cheryl/poe/index.html. Elsewhere, we are told that Poe was born in the "great city" of Baltimore (http://www.colltown.org/history/index.html) or somewhere in the state of Maryland (http://www.ipl.org/youth/stateknow/md2.html).

    Since public domain Poe e-texts are widely available on the web, the claims put forth by the maintainer of "The Poe Page" (http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Corridor/4220/poe.html) seem poignantly extravagant: (1) "I hand type all of these stories and poems," (2) "All contents of ...'The Poe Page' are copyrighted by M. Cullum 1997-1998," and (3) "the poems and stories from The Poe Page may be reproduced on other Web sites with the permission of M. Collum."


Sites last verified 25 July 2009