THE FACTS IN THE CASE OF E.A. POE.

(Biblio Novel).
  • New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1979.
  • small 8vo.
  • paper-covered boards, dust jacket.
  • (10), 181 pages.

Price: $10.00  other currencies

Order Nr. 49822

First American edition. The fictional papers of E.A. Pons ("edited" by the author), who suffers or perhaps pursues the delusion that he is Edgar Allan Poe, and decides to consult a psychiatrist named Dupin. "takes the reader on a fascinating quest, not only for the truth about...Poe himself, but for the truth-or several truths-about the world that has created someone like E.A. Pons" (dust jacket). Near fine in near fine dust jacket.