The Raven StoryBoard

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  • Exposition
  • the raven
  • Narrator
  • Lenore
  • Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • "Tap, Tap"
  • The narrator is grieving over the loss of Lenore, his loved one. The setting is in the narrator's house and it is midnight on a bleak December day.
  • Climax
  • "???"
  • The conflict in the Raven is character vs. self, because the narrator is struggling within himself- he is grieving and unable to cope with the loss of a loved one.
  • Falling  Action
  • "GET OUT!!"
  • While the Narrator  is mourning, he hears knocking on his chamber door. When he opens the door, no one is there. As the narrator opens a shutter, a raven flies in and perches on a bust of Pallas.The narrator starts questioning the raven, but the raven replies, "Nevermore."
  • Resolution
  • When the Narrator asks if he'll ever see Lenore again, the raven simply replies, "Nevermore."
  • "Nevermore"
  • The Narrator, angry at the raven's reply, yells at the raven to leave, but the raven replies, "Nevermore."
  • "Nevermore"
  • The raven never leaves, and the narrator's soul will never be whole again.
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