The Raven Edgar Allen Poe He chose the title "The Raven" because the story is about a raven that haunts him about his dead wife
The poem is about Edgar coping with the loss of his wife, Lenore
Some words that aid the feeling of the poem are grim, ungainly, ghastly, and gaunt.
The tone of this poem is dark and dreary. The crow ties into this as well as the subject matter. Particularly concerning the death of his wife.
Poe's attitude changes after he sees the raven and begins to believe that he is being taunted. The attitude changes from him being calm to him being upset
The poems theme is death. This is because Poe is obsessed with the death of his wife.
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