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Introduction: The poem begins with, "Once upon a midnight dreary..." This made it obvious that Poe was saddened by something. He then heard a tapping, checked the door, but nothing was there and the tapping continued.
Conflict: When Poe finally found where the tapping was coming from, he opened the window and a raven flew in and landed on a bust of Athena. Poe then explained to the bird that he was mourning over the loss of his Lenore. He asked the bird, "Tell me what thy lordly name is on the Night's Plutonian shore!" The bird answered, "Nevermore."
Rising Action: As Poe continued to ask the bird more and more questions, the bird only responded with, "Nevermore." This angered Poe because he wanted the answers to his very important questions.
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