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Summary Of Symbolism In Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven

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In Edgar Allan Poe story The Raven there's a lot of symbolism. A main point of symbolism The Raven is his chamber door. in the story The Raven comes flying through the chamber door, like how death came into his life. So many people he loved died. For example his mother and wife both died of tuberculosis. Another big piece of symbolism is how the Raven landed on the bust of Pallas above his door. There is a greek myth that pallas was killed by Athena the daughter of Zeus. It symbolises how beautiful women in his life died.
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