The Raven - The celebrated and classic narrative poem by Edgar Allan Poe.
Featuring an extended excerpt from Mrs. Poe by Lynn Cullen.
The Raven Review
August 13, 2017
By Bryan Jimenez-Dorantes
First classic novel I have read and I must say, after getting a better understanding of what the raven means - the remembrance of his wife that past. How it comes into his chamber so that he may remember his wife. As for us the raven will make us remember Edgar Allan Poe.
By Edgar's descendant
The Raven is one of the finest examples of gothic literature.
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