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  1. The poem consists of 19 stanzas with six lines each. The rhyme scheme if flawlessly consistent, it is ‘abcbbb’.   the raven summary

    The poem consists of 19 stanzas with six lines each. The rhyme scheme if flawlessly consistent, it is ‘abcbbb’.

     

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  1. 1.     Alliteration: When the poet repeats the same consonant sound at the beginning of multiple words. Eg, “weak and weary” “soul” and “stronger”, “rare and radiant”, “silken and sad”, “entreating entrance”   2.     Repetition: Repetition is the simple repeating of a word, within a short space of wRead more

    1.     Alliteration: When the poet repeats the same consonant sound at the beginning of multiple words. Eg, “weak and weary” “soul” and “stronger”, “rare and radiant”, “silken and sad”, “entreating entrance”

     

    2.     Repetition: Repetition is the simple repeating of a word, within a short space of words. Eg. Rapping, at my chamber door,Only this and nothing more, nevermore.

     

     

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  1. On a chilly December evening, the narrator is home alone and trying to read. He hears a knock at his door as he is about to nod off but chooses to ignore it. Lenore, his lover, had passed away, and he had been reading to try to get through the loss. The narrator believes that God will send angels toRead more

    On a chilly December evening, the narrator is home alone and trying to read. He hears a knock at his door as he is about to nod off but chooses to ignore it. Lenore, his lover, had passed away, and he had been reading to try to get through the loss. The narrator believes that God will send angels to arrange for him and Lenore to re-connect. However, the raven replies, “Nevermore,” and the narrator loses faith in ever seeing Lenore in paradise.

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