The Raven


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Storyboard Description

Five stages of plot

Storyboard Text

  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • Climax
  • The narrator was sitting by a fire reading a book dosing off as he was reading it. He suddenly heard a tapping while he was reading. He said something but there was nothing more.
  • Falling Action
  • The narrator grew stronger, but he was napping and then gently came a tapping at his chamber door. The narrator opened the door and there was darkness and nothing more.
  • Resolution
  • The narrator heard the tapping again but it grew louder, and so this time he opened the window and the raven flew in. The raven landed on the Pallas above his chamber door. The narrator thought that the raven was there to help he with the death of Lenore, but the raven wasn't. The raven wouldn't tell him any thing.
  • One literary element discussed in class
  • The narrator was mad at the raven because he wouldn't tell him anything about why he was there so the narrator started trying to catch him but the raven would fly off and then the raven started pushing books off the shelf and knock him out.
  • The raven was still sitting above the chamber door and the narrator wanted him to leave but the raven said never more.
  • There is one allusion that I chose and it is "on the pallid bust of Pallas just above my chamber door."
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