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Web Resources for Edgar Allan Poe
Ehrlich, Heyward. A Poe Webliography.
A critical guide to electronic resources for Poe research on the World Wide Web and CD-ROM, including electronic texts, HTML-encoded texts, hypertexts, secondary works, commentaries, and indexes
The Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore
This is the most critically significant of all Poe websites and the best source for e-texts of Poe’s fiction and criticism.
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