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Analysis and comments on The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe

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Comment 37 of 287, added on November 30th, 2004 at 2:07 PM.

Poe is one of the most talented poets of all time I can read his poems for
hours on end!

Kurtis from United States
Comment 36 of 287, added on November 30th, 2004 at 2:03 PM.

this is a good poem for any age or size!!!!!

kurtis barg from United States
Comment 35 of 287, added on November 30th, 2004 at 1:28 AM.

this poem rocks. i love all edgar allan's poe poems but the raven is my
favorite.i am pretty sure i still dont really understand it,but if any one
could really explain it 2 me it would be great!!!!!!

Scarlet from United States
Comment 34 of 287, added on November 28th, 2004 at 5:11 PM.

I love the raven before I read this I didn't like these kinds of poems but
the raven pass's my test but i still hate ravens

Ricky Jones
Comment 33 of 287, added on November 20th, 2004 at 5:57 PM.

i like this peom b/c it tells how he lived and some what relates to me when
i lost my mom


ashley
Comment 32 of 287, added on November 19th, 2004 at 10:45 PM.

Dark, Gothic, Trendy, In? Is that what thou seeks to resect the art of
writing? Speak no more, cease the flow of lore, and "Quoth the poet,
nevermore"

*Slips on a pair of tacky sunglasses*

Raven Feathers from United States
Comment 31 of 287, added on November 17th, 2004 at 7:49 PM.

i truly dissagree with those who think this poem is gothic. Its more about
the dispair of Poe. Grief is an emotion that doesn't really wan't to leave.
Just like the raven wouldn't leave.

Dan from Poland
Comment 30 of 287, added on November 17th, 2004 at 5:47 PM.

This poem is one of great sincerity by Poe, one that is a very personal
topic that he shared with the world. His thoughts and emotions are
presented in this wonderful piece of literary gold. All the symbolism in
it, the wonderful imagery, all provides an insight into every person's own
soul. By the way, I personally believe that nearly every symbolic object
or character in this story is multi-faceted, it does not have just one
meaning. Look at the Raven. A symbol of Grief, Death, Knowledge, the
phases of Life, all of these. Also, those who say this poem is garbage,
terrible, his worst, they present themselves as not understanding it. Why
do they believe this poem is so bad? Explain it please. Phillip, 16 years
old.

Phillip from United States
Comment 29 of 287, added on November 17th, 2004 at 11:03 AM.

this poem is one ofhis bestbesides anna bell lee

corey from United States
Comment 28 of 287, added on November 16th, 2004 at 12:17 PM.

The essence of really gothic poem about the most beautiful bird in the
world:)

Magda from Poland

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Poet: Edgar Allan Poe
Poem: The Raven
Year: 1845
Added: Feb 4 2004
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Poem of the Day: Jul 5 2000


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