"The Raven"


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Storyboard Description

Exposition, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, and Resolution

Storyboard Text

  • Exposistion
  • Rising Action
  • Im sorry for your wait but you interrupted my nap.
  • Climax
  • Will I ever see my wife again?
  • The narrator is reading a book in his chamber almost asleep and is woken by a rapping at his door. He starts feeling sorrowful as he thinks of the lost of his wife. When he heard the rapping at his door, he started to say to himself, "Tis some visitor entreating entrance."
  • Falling Action
  • The narrator is talking to whatever or whoever is at the door. He was telling it sorry for the wait but you interrupted my sleep. He went to his chamber door to open it, but when he opened it nobody was there. After he found that out he start to freak out.
  • Resolution
  • The narrator started to ask the raven that flew through his window questions. He asked the raven: Where did you come from? Will I ever see my wife again? The raven replied never more which made the narrator furious because he really wanted to see his wife again.
  • Figurative Language
  • The narrator gets furious and demands that the raven shall leave and get off of his door but, the raven just replies, "Nevermore".
  • The raven just stays still and doesn't move as like he didn't hear the narrator there he stayed saying "Nevermore, Nevermore".
  • One figurative language element that we discussed was a onamonapia. "Tapping, Tapping" Is a sound which is also a onamonopia. It can also bee used as alliteration because the first letter of the words are being repeated side bye side.
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