Poe’s Science


Tresch, John.“Matter No More”: Edgar Allan Poe and the Paradoxes of Materialism.” Critical Inquiry 42 (2016): 865-898.
PDF – tresch_matter_no_more_poes_materialism.pdf


Tresch, John.Technology.” In Poe in Context, edited by Kevin J. Hayes. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.


Tresch, John.La magie de la vraisemblance: Edgar Poe dans l’âge mécanique.” In Tracés, edited by Christelle Rabier and Florent Coste., 2009.
PDF – magie_de_la_vraisemblance_poe.pdf


Tresch, John.Estrangement of Vision: Edgar Allan Poe’s Optics.” InObserving Nature- Representing Experience, The Osmotic Dynamics of Romanticism, 1800-1850, edited by Erna Fiorenti, 155-186. Berlin: Reimer Verlag, 2007.
PDF – poes_optics_estrangement_of_vision.pdf


Tresch, John.The Uses of a Mistranslated Manifesto: Baudelaire’s ‘Genèse d’un Poème’.” In Esprit Créateur, edited by Jean-Christophe Valtat, 23-35., 2003.
PDF – genese.manifesto.tresch.pdf


Tresch, John.Extra! Extra! Poe Invents Science Fiction.” In The Cambridge Companion to Poe, edited by Kevin J. Hayes, 113-132. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
PDF – poe_invents_science_fiction.pdf


Tresch, John.The Potent Magic of Verisimilitude: Edgar Allan Poe within the Mechanical Age.” British Journal for the History of Science 30 (1997): 275-290.
PDF – potent_magic_of_verisimilitude_poe.pdf