The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe
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Exposition: At midnight, on a bleak December night, a man dozes off in his chair while reading a book.,
Conflict: Man vs. Self The old man is distraught over the loss of Lenore.
Rising Action: The man, suddenly hears a knocking, tapping, rapping at his chamber door, discovers it's a raven.
Climax: After a lengthy conversation with the raven, the man finally asks if he will ever see his love Lenore, again. Raven replies with, "Nevermore."
Falling Action: The man is angry with the raven's response and yells at him to get out, but the raven doesn't move.
Resolution: The raven doesn't leave and the man is left in his sorrow and sadness with the loss of his beloved that could never be undone.
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