Edgar Allan Poe 'The Raven'

Edgar Allan Poe 'The Raven'
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9-13-2018

Storyboard Text

  • One night as the narrator sat and read-trying to get over his lost love, Lenore-he heard a tapping at the door.
  • *tap* *tap*
  • The man answers the faint tapping sound and discovers that nothing is there.
  • Sir! Ma'am! You must forgive me for I was napping and scarcely heard you knocking.
  • The man hears Lenore's name as the tapping continues. Afraid, he opens the window and a raven flies in.
  • *Lenore!*
  • Lenore? Hmm, must be the wind. The tapping must be coming from my window.
  • The man asked the bird who he was and if he had name.
  • Who are you? What's your name?
  • Nevermore.
  • You must be a spirit, do you know if I'll ever see Lenore again?
  • The man thought the raven was a spirit and questioned it about his lost Lenore.
  • Will I hold Lenore again?
  • Will I ever feel Lenore's touch again?
  • Nevermore.
  • Nevermore.
  • Nevermore.
  • The man yells at Lenore to get out as he loses his mind and his soul falls to the floor.
  • Get out! You can't answer me properly.
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