Title: Quote the Parrot, “Nevermore”

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Subject: Poetry & Poets
Author: Kat Dawson
Date: June 1, 2017
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 2 / 558
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It is important that the answers to the questions are already known, to illustrate the self-torture the man exposes himself to. Poe also considered using a parrot instead of a raven (Gelpi 1852). Because of the depressed tone, and the symbolism of ravens as birds of ill omen, he found the raven more suitable for the mood in the poem...

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The raven decided to perch on the goddess of knowledge for several reasons. It would lead the man to believe that the raven spoke from wisdom, and was not just repeating its only line, “Nevermore”. It could also signify the knowledge of the man. Having the statue in his study would lead the readers to think this man was very wise or intelligent...

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