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A narrative poem written by Edgar Allen Poe. It was first published in January of 1845.
The narrator, almost asleep, is awoken by a knock on his chamber door. After the continuous knocking scares him, he goes to the door and opens it, but finds nothing there. He closes the door and co tiniest to hears sounds, but assumes it's the wind. He opens the window and finds a raven. After trying to talk to the raven amusingly asking questions about Lenore and why he is there, he only hears one word said back to him "nevermore." He grows angry, asks the bird to leave and dies by the end.
In the raven, Poe uses supernatural under the gothic style. The raven talking is supernatural and as is the spirit of Lenore.
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