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Among the unsolved problems pertaining to Poe's life and works this article deals with two: (1) Did Poe write the anonymous article on “Our Magazine Literature” published in the New World, March 11, 1843? (2) What are the facts in the background of the bitter enmity between Poe and Lewis Gaylord Clark, for twenty-six years editor and principal owner of the most popular purely literary magazine in New York, the Knickerbocker? Clues pointing toward an answer to these two questions are found in the files of the Knickerbocker.
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