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Introduction: In the beginning of the story the narrator is mourning the loss of his beloved Lenore.
Rising Action: The narrator then hears a tapping on his door and he goes to answer it. The narrator opens the door and says to “the visitor” that he was napping and he apologizes, he then hears the faint whisper of the name of his beloved “radiant maiden” Lenore.
Conflict: The conflict is in the narrator’s mind because he is mourning the loss of his beloved Lenore. This loss has affected him so much that he has been driven to insanity. In the story he fights with the raven constantly but he has not realized that he’s fighting with himself. The conflict is with the raven because the narrator is asking it questions that it will not answer.
Climax: The climax of the story is when the narrator is facing his own confused world and with his continuing madness he cries out saying “Get thee back into the tempest and the Night’s Plutonian shore!”
Falling Action:The Raven lets the narrator know that he will never get to see his lover again.
Resolution: The narrator accepts that the raven is there to remind him of his beloved Lenore.
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