Discusses Poe's reading of Walter Scott, specifically through parallels of plot, setting, phrasing and imagery, between Scott's Chronicles of the Canongate, 1st series (1827) and Poe's short story "The Fall of the House of Usher" (1839), arguing that the two works share psychological preoccupations, also present more widely in the prose works of the writers.
Williams, George S.
"Croftangry’s Castle and the House of Usher: Scott, Poe, and ‘Decayed and lingering exotics’,"
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