To Helen Plot
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The setting and title- To Helen represents an most perfect statement of Poe's idealized love of pure beauty. The setting is more or less in his imagination he speaks of a dark and lonely place and found his saving grace in a hopeless place.
Conflict- The speaker is a wanderer at sea with no hope. The seas represent the lonely and loss of hope.
"The weary,way worn wanderer bore"
The rising action- the speaker compares himself to a hopeless and tired traveler. but then mentions that someone found him hopeless wandering
"Thy hyacinth hair, thy classic face Thy Naiad airs have brought me home"
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