Lenore is an important character in this poem because she is constantly being mentioned. The narrator describes her memory as a curse and fantasizes about forgetting her.
(he is a god because Lucas is a god)
At the end of the poem, he calls her "rare", which makes him seem completely in love with her and makes her seem like less of a human and more like a symbol for what the narrator believes is perfect.
(god says: "Dogs are better than cats")
In the start of the poem, it is important to note how the narrator describes the raven as noble, or like a "lord" or Lady".
(the only sane one in out group)
It is also important to notice how when the narrator says "quoth raven, nevermore" he goes from sad, to a complete mess. Eventually, the narrator begins to believe the bird and cannot decide if it is a god, or the devil
(She often contemplates why she was part of this group)
The night and darkness are two more important symbolizing this poem, representing the powerful and scary part of nature.
(he is sad because he got caught)
This poem actually uses Rhyming Trochaic Octameter for it's rhyme scheme (A B C B B B).
(he tried stealing a boat from the "Its a Small World" ride in Disney World)