The Raven

The Raven

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Storyboard Description

This is a story board of the raven, a very famous poem by Edgar Allen Poe.

Storyboard Text

  • Sir or madam, truly your forgiveness I implore, The fact is that I was napping. (Poe)
  • "Nevermore." (Poe)
  • "Tell me thy lordly name..." (Poe)
  • At the beginning of this story by Edgar A. Poe, there was a tap tap tapping at the narrator's chamber door. He was hoping it was only 
  • Leave now bird. Oh my Lenore why did you have to leave.
  • This old man saw a raven at the window. It was standing there as still as a statue.
  • You have to go you demon. If you won't leave than my soul shall be lifted. Nevermore. (Poe)
  • The man asks the bird what his name was and the bird replies, "Nevermore."
  • The narrator wants the bird to leave and keeps talking about his lost love Lenore.
  • The man yelled at the bird because he believes that the raven is a demon.
  • The man accepted that he had to die. Grief will lead you to insanity.
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