Imagery In Edgar Allen Poe's The Raven

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The raven is scary because he uses a setting imagery and repetition. Also that he uses the bird ,that comes and keeps saying nevermore. The was creepy. It is creepy because it is in the middle of the night and they reader is up and the bird flies in and keeps saying nevermore.The reader is left with fear when he reads this book because it is a little creepy. The author uses setting, imagery, and repetition to create the atmosphere. The setting it is aft his house in the middle of the night and the raven the bird. The author uses imagery is creepy because it is dark then a bird flies in and it starts talking and saying nevermore. The author uses repetition when the bird keeps on saying nevermore. The thesis statem is it is scarey because…show more content…
He uses imagery because it is in the middle of the night and hbe is up and not very many lights are on in the house. He is just drinking his tea. Then he starts hearing his lost love her name was Lenore. So he just starts roaming the house. So then a bird the raven flies in the window seal and he squealed and dropped his tea and the bird says nevermore. He says what the bird the raven says nevermore and they go on and on and . On and he gets really confused then the bird flies away. He thinks and thinks about it but he cannot come up with what it means nevermore he just keeps repeating it in his head nevermore. What does it mean nevermore that is what Edgar Allan Poe says that and he can't come up with anything. The author uses Repetition like when the bird says nevermore. All that the bird says when he flies up in his window seal is nevermore. He just gets really confused and he thinks about it but he can not come up with what it means. So thats repetition.
In the raven the setting it is at his houses in the middle of the night. The author uses imagery when it is in the middle of the night and a bird flies in the window. The author uses repetition when the bird uses nevermore. The author makes the story really creepy because he uses setting, imagery, and
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