The Raven - Edgar Allan Poe
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The Resolution is basically the main point of the story and it's theme/moral. The Resolution is when the narrator describes his pain and grief over the raven's demon eyes, he dies because he was over-reactive and was raging overly about the raven, causing a lot of tension in him. Therefore, the theme/moral of this story is that: Death can never be undone. In this story, the man dies over the utter misery and mourning time periods, which explains that every mortal has to die and that there is no escaping.
• Now that you know about "The Raven" go back to the mortal world before you become it's next target!
BY: CHARVIKA SAI MINNA
AN OVERVIEW OF "THE RAVEN"
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