Five stages of plot
In the exposition the narrator describe the setting as a midnight dreary. He is also half asleep and he starts hear knocking at the door. He is frighten by the knocking.
In the rising action he is still frighten, but he ask who is there. The narrator starts to tell the thing behind the door why he is being rude to it. The narrator opens the door and nothing is there.
In the climax the narrator is still a little scarred about no being behind the door. A raven flies in and sit above the door. He thinks the raven could be an evil sign. The narrator decides to ask the raven a question. The Raven says nevermore to the narrator.
The narrator do not like the narrator and tells the bird to leave. He starts yell at the bird but it will not leave. He tells the bird to leave him lonely and broken, The replies to the man by saying nevermore.
In the resolution the raven still sat above the door. the narrator says the raven eyes look likes demon's that are dreaming. the bird shadow is on the floor and his lies floating nevermore.
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