Edgar Alan Poe's The Raven

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Edgar Alan Poe has used various effective thoughts and feelings for the man and here are some examples and explanations:
In the sixth stanza, in the first line of the poem called 'The Raven ', it is extremely clear that the man is both excited and miserable. The evidence to prove this is that it says, 'all my soul within me burning ', it creates a visualization of a soul burning both in curiosity and terror of who or what could be waiting at the door at this time of night.
In the second line of the raven, in the sixth stanza, it says 'I heard a tapping somewhat louder than before. ' This makes both us and the man that there surely is someone at the door as the door has been tapped louder than before.
The man soon gets quite suspicious if
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