The Raven


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Is about how he lost his love Lenore and how he is loosing his sanity .

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  • Title: This story is going to be about lost love and the raven may symbolize something in the story. Maybe the raven is watching the man.
  • The Raven
  • The man is moping and remembering his lost love Lenore however he is loosing his sanity. And hears rapping (a noise) and it shifts by using some things in the poem as symbols. like on how he tries to read books to get over Lenore.
  • A man is sitting in his room, half reading, half falling asleep, and trying to forget his lost love, Lenore. Suddenly, he hears someone (or something) knocking at the door. He is sad because he is remembering all the memories yet his attitude changes throughout the entire poem. From sad , to being frustrated, and frightened.
  • Raven settles in on a statue above the door, and for some reason, his first instinct is to talk to it. He asks for its name. Amazingly, the Raven answers back, with a single word: "Nevermore." Now this is where the tone starts to shift and between the man and the raven its going to change.
  • Surprised, he asks more questions. The bird's vocabulary turns out to be limited, all it says is "Nevermore." The narrator catches on to this rather slowly and asks more and more questions, which get more painful and personal. The Raven, doesn't change his story, and the speaker starts to lose his sanity.
  • The title in the poem or what the poem is about lost love and how the man lost his love to Lenore she died. Also the theme is how he doesn't move on or cant forget, its really dark emotion after losing someone you love.
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