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We can find the narator crazy since he is talking to a bird in most of the poem. He also talks about wild dreams and imaginary perfume. So we can realize that, probably, the speaker had a raugh life.
The speaker loves a woman named Lenore. But the fact is that he will never be with her again.
The speaker imagines hostile natural forces all around him. Then, nature enters the room in the form of an arrogant talkative bird. This brings the idea of a conflict between man and the natural world.
Man and the natural world
A talking bird qualifies as supernatural.
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