What Is The Tone Of The Raven

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“The Raven” Analyzed “The Raven,” is and was one of the most famous poems in the history of poetry written by someone. For most people who have had the privilege of reading the poem, would answer some questions about the poem stating that it is undoubtedly being the Poe us writing this poem with the unique propose to illustrate the strong impact left by the death of a loved one in the mind of the mourner. The answers that come by like these would be true because in the poem he really is going through a hard time after losing someone who has been by his side since he was a teenager. By Poe losing his wife made him start wanting to do things more than ever before because he wanted to do them for his wife not only for him. However once I finished reading the poem “The Raven” I was immediately captivated by the new viewpoint brought to my attention …show more content…

These feelings reflect a sorrow as deep as it morphs into a psychological madness, a feeling that the pain death brings has ruined one forever. After analyzing this poem I came to the conclusion that Poe 's poem “The Raven” demonstrates that the sorrow of the death of a loved one bring will stay with you forever. Poe communicated this theme through abstract language and connotation, tone and allusion. I would like to give examples of how Poe communicated this poem through the use of abstract language and connotation. An abstract phrase repeated throughout the poem is the word “Nevermore” combined with different phrases depending on the stanza. This work can have countless meanings, but ultimately what Poe is trying to prove is that his loved one is lost forever, it 's contrary. Therefore if you will nevermore see your loved one, you are left with a sorrow forever. Here is another abstract example from the poem: “Quaff, oh quaff this kind nepenthe, and forget this lost

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