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In "The Raven", Edgar Allen Poe creates a sense of horror, through the provided setting, speaker, figurative language, imagery, and tone.
“And the silken sad uncertain rustling of each purple curtain”
Poe sets the horrific mood of "The Raven" through the setting. He makes the setting seem dark and scary through his use of figurative language.
"sorrow for the lost Lenore"
The speaker is hoping that his loved one Lenore is in heaven. He is establishing a mood of sorrow "for the lost Lenore" which contributes to the overall sense of horror in the poem.
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