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So far, my research has given two houses. In the house in Balt­imore, Mary land he wrote: Stories:

"MS. Found in a Bottle" (Baltimore Saturday Visiter, October 26, 1833)

"The Visionary" (Submitted to the Baltimore Saturday Visiter in 1833. First published in Godey's Lady's Book for Jan. 1834)

"Lion-izing. A Tale" (Southern Literary Messenger, May 1835)

"Shadow-A Parable" (Southern Literary Messenger, September 1835)

"Siope. A Fable" (Manuscript before May 4, 1833. First published in The Baltimore Book, a Christmas and New Year's Present, 1838)

"Berenice - A Tale" (Southern Literary Messenger, March, 1835)

"Morella" (Manuscript, about 1835. First published in Southern Literary Messenger, April 1835)

"King Pest the First. A Tale containing an Allegory" (Mabbott assigns a probable date of 1834. First published in Southern Literary Messenger, September 1835)

"Hans Pfaall - A Tale" (Manuscript presumed as April or May, 1835; Southern Literary Messenger, June, 1835)

Poems:

"Latin Hymn" (Manuscript, May 4, 1833)

"Enigma [on Shakespeare]" (Baltimore Saturday Visiter, Feb. 2, 1833)

"Serenade" (Baltimore Saturday Visiter, April 20, 1833)

"To - [Sleep on]" (Baltimore Saturday Visiter, May 11, 1833)

"Fanny" (Baltimore Saturday Visiter, May 18, 1833)

"The Coliseum" (Baltimore Saturday Visiter, October 26, 1833)

"To Elizabeth" (Manuscript from the album of Elizabeth Rebecca Herring, 1833)

"To Mary [Winfree]" (Southern Literary Messenger, July 1835)

Reviews and Editorial Items:

"[Review of R. M. Bird's Calavar]" (Southern Literary Messenger, February 1835)

"[Review of Laughton Osborn's Confessions of a Poet]" (Southern Literary Messenger, April 1835)

"[Review of J. P. Kennedy's Horse-Shoe Robinson]" (Southern Literary Messenger, May 1835)

"[Notice of the 8th issue (April) of the Southern Literary Messenger]" (The Baltimore Republican and Commercial Advertiser, May 14, 1835)

"[Review of R. M. Bird's The Infidel]" (Southern Literary Messenger, June 1835)

"[Notice of the 9th issue (May) of the Southern Literary Messenger]" (The Baltimore Republican and Commercial Advertiser, June 13, 1835)

"[Notice of the 9th issue (May) of the Southern Literary Messenger]" (The Baltimore American, June 15, 1835)

"[Notice of the 10th issue (June) of the Southern Literary Messenger]" (The Baltimore Republican and Commercial Advertiser, July 10 1835)

In the house he lived in Philadelphia he wrote:

"Murders in the Rue Morgue"

"The Pit and the Pendulum"

"The Tell-Tale Heart"

"The Black Cat"

"The Gold-Bug"

"The Fall of the House of Usher"

"The Masque of the Red Death"

"The Purloined Letter"

"The Cask of Amontillado"

"A Descent into the Maelstrom"

"William Wilson"

"The Man of the Crowd"

"The Oval Portrait"

He also was likely to have begun work on "The Raven" here.

Edgar Allan Poe lived in 25 different houses throughout his lifetime. He also lived in 7 other places like schools, military forts and boarding houses.

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Edgar Allan Poe lived in roughly 15 different homes throughout his life. These homes were located in various cities, including Baltimore, Richmond, and Philadelphia.

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