The Raven


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Storyboard Description

Exposition Rising Action climax falling action Resolution

Storyboard Text

  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • Climax
  • Nevermore
  • On a midnight dreary, the narrator was sleeping in his room when a rapping was heard at his door. He told his self that it was just a visitor tapping at my chamber door.
  • Falling action
  • The knocking got louder, and he asked for them to forgive him because he was napping. He then Opens the chamber door and there is no one there.
  • Resolution
  • The raven flew in and sat on to for the chamber door. He asked what are you doing here. He also asked if he will ever see Lenoir again. The raven says nevermore.
  • One Literary Element Discussed in class
  • I think it is greek
  • This enrages him that he will never see Lenoir again. He yells at the raven to get off my chamber door. The raven says nevermore.
  • The raven still sat on the camber door. The narrator feel sad and asks,"Take the beak from out my heart, and take thy form from off my door." The raven says nevermore.
  • We talked about Allusion and how the thing the raven was sitting on was a statue of a Greek good meaning lots of different things.
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