Annabel Lee Storyboard

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  •                                             Speaker
  •  "Of my darling—my darling—my life and my bride," (Poe 39).
  • Setting
  •  "In this kingdom by the sea," (Poe 2).
  • Symbol
  • "With a love that the wingèd seraphs of Heaven" (Poe 11).
  • The speaker of the poem makes it known that he is Annabel Lee's husband.  
  • Imagery
  • "And the stars never rise, but I feel the bright eyes     Of the beautiful Annabel Lee;" (Poe 36-37).
  • The speaker of the poem mentions the setting as "The kingdom by the sea" (Poe 2), multiple times in the poem.
  • Refrain
  • "Of the beautiful Annabel Lee;" (Poe 34).
  • The wingèd seraphs mentioned in the poem are used to symbolize angels.
  • Theme
  • "But our love it was stronger by far than the love" (Poe 27).
  • Annabel's Husband describes Annabel's eyes as very bright. 
  • The speaker of the poem repeats these lines many times in the poem.
  • From the beggining it is so clear the theme is love of this poem. The speaker of the poem makes sure the reader knows just how much he loves Annabel Lee. 
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