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Edgar Allan Poe's Poetry

   
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In "The Raven", the speaker is trying to accept the death of his beloved, Lenore. He decides that he should move on, because it is only causing him great torment. He says this out loud, and the raven states "Nevermore", meaning that he will never forget about her...
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In "The Raven", the speaker is trying to accept the death of his beloved, Lenore. He decides that he should move on, because it is only causing him great torment. He says this out loud, and the raven states "Nevermore", meaning that he will never forget about her...
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