The Raven


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  • Exposition
  • I miss Lenore.
  • Rising Action
  • AHHHHH!!!
  • Climax
  • Why would you do this to me?
  • The narrator was at his home at midnight, thinking about Lenore. He was reading a book, slowly dozing off. He hears a tapping at his door. He was telling himself it was a visitor.
  • Falling Action
  • The narrator was believed to be hesitating. He was forgiving Lenore. At this point in the plot, he was opening his door. He discovered nothing was there, but when he closed his chamber door, he still heard the tapping. This is when he opened his window, and the raven flew in.
  • Resolution
  • The narrator was skittish. He wanted to know if God had sent the raven to remind him of Lenore. The raven was categorized under the works of the devil. The narrator wanted to know if he would ever see his beloved Lenore ever again. The raven replied with, "Nevermore."
  • Literary Element
  • The narrator wanted the bird to vanish. He felt attacked and interrogated by the raven. Never again to see Lenore, the man was devastated.
  • Go away raven!
  • The raven never moved from where he sat upon before, on the Pallas. The way the raven looked in his eyes reminded the narrator of the devil's future plan. They man's life was crushed, left out for anyone to come take it away.
  • Pallas's statue is what the bird sat upon in the narrator's chamber. The goddess Pallas represents wisdom. The bird had wisdom is the man's life. He knew how hurt the man was over his loss of Lenore. This represents the birds wisdom.
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