What Does Lenor Symbolize In The Raven

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The raven in Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven” the unknown character was portrayed as feeling lonely and depressed through the loss of a significant other named Lenore. The knocking on the chambers door is a sign that a gift has been delivered from a higher power. The knocking on the door was a raven. The raven at the door represented Lenore as he loathed and talked about Lenore, the Raven appeared. The Raven was sent to the character by a higher power to help the character cope with his loss and loneliness he feels. The raven Symbolizes Lenore and her significant presence to the unknown character. The raven symbolizes the presence of Lenore as she appears after the unknown character is thinking and talking about the hurt he feels. The quote that showed evidence of this was “From my books surcease of sorrow- sorrow for the loss Lenore - For the rare and radiant maiden whom the angels name …show more content…

The raven’s constant reply of “Nevermore” is not Lenore ignoring the characters questions but giving the character a simple answer to all of his questions. The reply “Nevermore” is Lenore telling the character that she will forever be with him and he will never more have to worry with being a lone, she is here now. In conclusion, the raven in Edgar Poe’s story “The Raven” was sent to the unknown character to forever conclude his loneliness he felt from his loss. The raven symbolizes the presences of the unknown characters significant other Lenore. The consistence of the raven’s presence at the unknown characters chamber door shows evidence of the raven being identified as Lenore. The continuous reply of “Nevermore” that the raven expressed also portrayed Lenore’s presences as never more meant that the unknown character will nevermore feel alone or without his Lenore that she is with

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