Above all was the sense of hearing acute.
He had never wronged me....For his gold I had no desire.
And this I did for seven long nights...but I found the eye always closed; and so it was impossible to do the work; for it was not the old man who vexed me, but his ."
Now you may think that I drew back--but no.
During the day, the narrator continued to perform his usual duties, and even dared to ask each morning how the old man had passed the night; however, at midnight, the nightly ritual continued.
However, Poe was a perfectionist who left very little to guesswork.
A copy of a title published around 1931 includes a revised, shorter catalog organized by novels, poetry, essays and biography. It also includes the Philosophical Series, edited by Ralph Barton Perry and the French Series, edited by Horatio Smith.
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Copyright (in this case 1923) is indicated, but not a date of printing. It seems that Scribner reprinted books from the Modern Student’s Library long after the series stopped adding titles (around 1931) and after the series was not being advertised.
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A prospectus of the series is printed facing the half title page. The half title page also includes the series name. “American Division” may refer to the fact that Scribner, around 1930, was publishing some books (primarily from the Philosophical Series) in London.