Quote the Parrot, “Nevermore”

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Title: Quote the Parrot, “Nevermore”
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Subject: Poetry & Poets
Author: Kat Dawson
Date: July 1, 2009
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The phrase "from out my heart," (Gelpi 826) is used in combination with the answer "Nevermore," to let the man realize that he should not try to seek a moral in what has been previously said by the raven. From what we know, Poe’s poem, The Raven, would not be the same if he had chosen to take out the forms of symbolism...
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The story would have less meaning if it took place at noon on a sunny summer afternoon in the kitchen. Poe adds the elements to scare his readers. In the dark, the readers know anything can happen; anyone could be lurking around the next corner. There is nowhere to escape in the bitter cold of the winter, no other exit in the study than the main entrance...
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