The Raven (13-18)
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The narrator is startled that the Raven replies "Nevermore." He talks to the Raven about an unhappy master, merciful disaster, hope, and melancholy.
The Raven still makes the narrator happy. He pulls out a cushioned seat in front of the door to think about the reply 'Nevermore.'
The narrator thinks about what the ominous bird meant when he said "Nevermore." The bird is usually associated with grim.
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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