The Raven (Google eBook)

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BompaCrazy.com, 1933 - Fiction - 24 pages
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The letter makes arrangements concerning revisions of The Raven that appear in the authorized reprint in the Tribune, February 4, 1845.
  

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I love Poe's mysterious and compelling writing. - Goodreads
Skip the boring introduction. - Goodreads
a powerful writer, sometimes a tad morbid, but good - Goodreads
I found the long introduction to the poem interesting. - Goodreads
Edge Allan Poe a Baltimore hero and dark writer. - Goodreads

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User Review  - James Shaffer - Goodreads

In my opinion, the following line "Darkness there and nothing more" clearly expresses the main idea of this poem and it's one of the scariest lines in it. The fear of the unknown makes me tremble the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Zaynah - Goodreads

Edgar Allan Poe's writings are known to be dark, edgy and macabre. The Raven is not any different. Right from the start, Edgar Allan Poe sets the mood: Once upon a midnight dreary.. during a bleak ... Read full review

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