The Raven

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  • Exposition
  • Rising Actioin
  • Climax
  • Nevermore
  • Narrator wakes up, hearing tapping on his chamber, weak and weary.
  • Falling action
  • Narrators heart grew stronger, he talks about how he was just napping, then opened chamber door.
  • Resolution
  • LEAVE
  • A Raven parches up on narrators chamber door, narrator screams at raven with a temper and begs it to answer his question about his dead wife, Lenore.
  • Literary Element
  • Narrator yells at the Raven, "get thee back into the tempest of the Night's Plutonian shore!" implying him to go back to hell, as well as saying leave his loneliness unbroken, and to leave from above his door.
  • Raven stood still, with him eyes seeming of a demon's that is daydreaming. Narrator's soul lies floating on the floor, and shall be lifted, nevermore.
  • Personification was used with the Raven in this Poem. For example, the Raven was talking and saying "nevermore" through out the story. This is personification because the animal was talking.
  • I CAN TALK YAY!
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