An Analysis Of Poe's The Raven

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“The Raven” by Edgar Poe is written with the analogy of the mind, especially the conscious and subconscious attitude of the mind. The poem is interesting in the sense that the readers could argue over the events in the poem are not happening to the narrator himself, but by preference, within him, and especially within is mind. The poem begins with a dark emphasis “…midnight dreary...” (Poe), which postures the famous stage of Edgar Poe in The Raven. In the fourth stanza, Edgar Poe states that his “soul grew stronger” (Poe). Now Poe is bursting in a deeper state of sleep, and he is for sure dreaming, so since he is safely dreaming, he describes his subconscious is trying to bring him to his conscious. Poe opens the door and states that the
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