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By Edgar Allan Poe

The main whole selection of Poe's severe writings ever released, revealing his wit, uncompromising candor, and breadth of information. comprises all his significant writings on poetry, fiction, and the tasks of a critic, with his experiences of writers either identified and unknown, and eventually, his articles on a wealth of topics, together with South Sea exploration, geography, tune, drama, cryptography, historic languages, and glossy critics.

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But in subjects so handled, however skilfully, or with however vivid an array of incident, there is always a certain hardness or nakedness, which repels the artistical eye. Two things are invariably requiredfirst, some amount of complexity, or more properly, adaptation; and, secondly, some amount of suggestivenesssome under current, however indefinite of meaning. It is this latter, in especial, which imparts to a work of art so much of that richness (to borrow from colloquy a forcible term) which we are too fond of confounding with the ideal.

But, in fact, while much has been written on the Greek and Latin rhythms, and even on the Hebrew, little effort has been made at examining that of any of the modern tongues. As regards the English, comparatively nothing has been done. It may be said, indeed, that we are without a treatise on our own verse. In our ordinary grammars and in our works on rhetoric or prosody in general, may be found occasional chapters, it is true, which have the heading, "Versification," but these are, in all instances, exceedingly meagre.

Having chosen a novel, first, and secondly a vivid effect, I consider whether it can best be wrought by incident or tonewhether by ordinary incidents and peculiar tone, or the converse, or Page 14 by peculiarity both of incident and toneafterward looking about me (or rather within) for such combinations of event, or tone, as shall best aid me in the construction of the effect. I have often thought how interesting a magazine paper might be written by any author who wouldthat is to say, who coulddetail, step by step, the processes by which any one of his compositions attained its ultimate point of completion.

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