“The Raven” I foreshadow it will be about a poem about a specific raven bird.
In the beginning the narrator is grieving over lenore’s death. Then a Raven shows up, and he raven continues to say “nevermore.” The narrator continues to grieve over death, it’s so bad he can’t get over it.
I infer that the narrator didn’t know how to get over Lenore’s death, so he became aggravated throughout the story. He didn’t know what the raven meant by “nevermore.” so therefor, he started to get aggravated because he didn’t know what to do nor did he know how to handle Lenore’s death.
The tone of the poem felt anxious. The narrator didn’t set well with Lenore’s death which made him start thinking out of the ordinary. He didn’t know how to cope well with things at that point.
In the beginning of the story he was calm and examining over the death of lenore. Toward the end he started to get aggravated and anxious because the Raven came and started saying things he didn’t understand. He started to not cope so well with Lenore’s death.
The theme of the poem that you can’t always cope well with things, I learned what happens you just have to make the most of it.