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Edgar Allan Poe
59 pages (Fall 2006); 2.4MB downloadWOWIO Books
; ISBN: WOWIO-00035
First published in 1844, Edgar Allan Poe's classic gothic poem, "The Raven," tells the story of irretrievable loss and self-perpetuating agony. The narrator, who has lost his love, Lenore, clings to all he has left: his memory of her. He is visited and haunted by a raven, a manifestation of his anguish and hopelessness and a constant reminder that he will see his love "Nevermore."
This WOWIO Classics edition also includes illustrations by noted artist, Gustave Dore.
2 of 2 readers found this review helpful After years of hearing about it, seeing references to it in films, books and media, I've finally read it. My complaint, I waited to long! This is an evocative, heart stirring poem dealing with grief and loss. The use of the raven's voice that seems… MORE
This is a must read, The Raven is a master piece of epic poetry.