THE MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS OF EDGAR ALLAN POE - by James A. Harrison [ed] - 1902

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The Miscellaneous Essays of Edgar Allan Poe

edited by James A. Harrison

Scarce 1902 publication containing 19 essays covering a wide variety of subjects. Two of the longest essays are Maelzel's Chess Play and A Few Words on Secret Writing. Other titles include Pinikidia, The Philosophy of Furniture, Street Paving, Some Account of Stonehenge and Anastatic Printing. Includes a b/w frontis of Poe. 292 pages. 4.25" by 6.25". 

Published by Thomas Y. Crowell. New York, NY. 1902. 

Hardback is overall in VERY GOOD condition.

  • Red cloth covers featuring gilt design show commensurate wear and dirt. 
  • Slight bumping to upper corners.
  • Red textblock top edge. 
  • Spine has gilt lettering and design and is darkened, with softened ends. 
  • Binding is strong. 
  • Frontispiece is clean with accompanying tissue guard clean and fully intact. 
  • Ffep is lightly creased at corner where there is partially erased pencil. 
  • Inside pages are free of writing and intentional marks.
  • Book may exhibit additional minor signs of age or wear.
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Binding: Hardcover
Original/Facsimile: Original
Region: North America
Language: English
Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
Subject: Literature & Fiction
Topic: Essays & Speeches
Publisher: Thomas Y. Crowell
Year Printed: 1902
Author: Edgar Allan Poe / James A. Harrison [ed]
Place of Publication: New York NY
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