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  • "The Raven"
  • Supernatural
  • Remote Setting
  • Elements of gothic writting styles from "The Raven" by Devin Mccallister and Lorenzo Medina
  • Tormented Character
  • It is prevalent in The Raven because the narrator believes that the raven was sent by the gods.
  • Vivid language
  • "The Raven" takes place in the narrators house. Since it's the middle of the night and only the narrator is there's it creates a lonely decorate feeling.
  • Events
  • In the story the narrator was tormented by his dead wife. A tormented character is a crucial part of the gothic style.
  • Gothic poems use vivid language to create an spooky feeling to the reader. This is prevalent in "The Raven" with the repeated "or" sound and description on the setting.
  • "Doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before."
  • The death of the narrators wife was a tragic event that alignes with the gothic style of gloomy events.
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