Mood In Edgar Allen Poe's Annabel Lee

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In the poem “Annabel Lee” by Edgar Allen Poe, the author uses various words that set a type of tone. The words the author chose have an overall effect on the mood. There are several connotations that are related to the tone words. The author used multiple words that set a sad and depressing mood. In paragraphs 3-4, negative tone words such as: chilling, sepulchre, and envying are used. All these words are associated with a depressing meaning. Some other words that set the mood are dissever and tomb. In Paragraphs 5-6 those words are all describing Annabel Lee’s death. The author also uses the word “love” multiple times in the poem. That shows that he loved her a lot and he ended up losing his love. Edgar Allen writes various sad and
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