The Raven (13-18)
Updated: 2/13/2020
The Raven (13-18)
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  • Stanza 13
  • Stanza 14
  • Stanza 15
  • The narrator is startled that the Raven replies "Nevermore." He talks to the Raven about an unhappy master, merciful disaster, hope, and melancholy.
  • Stanza 16
  • The Raven still makes the narrator happy. He pulls out a cushioned seat in front of the door to think about the reply 'Nevermore.'
  • Stanza 17
  • The narrator thinks about what the ominous bird meant when he said "Nevermore." The bird is usually associated with grim.
  • Stanza 18
  • The narrator sits there guessing, but doesn't come up with an answer. He sits down on the cushion's velvet lining.
  • The air suddenly grows dense, perfume fills the air, and footfalls are heard as the narrator sees a ghost. He pleads to God and the angels.
  • He pleads to the Gods and the angels to send him a nepenthe (a cure) from his sorrow and his memories of Lenore. The Raven replies with "Nevermore."
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