The raven 2
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Do Not Dwell in the Past
Death is Inevitable
Disillusionment and Dreams
The narrator can not stop grieving the death of his Lenore and in the end of the poem we learn that the narrator is forever stuck in this state because the rave takes his soul.
Throughout the whole poem the narrator is depressed over the death of a loved one. He tried to move by reading old books and falling asleep.
During his time of grief, the narrator sees a raven in his room. He gets so crazy that the raven even speaks. Obviously, the raven is not real but just a symbol of death and the state of mind that the narrator is in.
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