The Raven is a poem by Edgar Allan Poe. This is one of the most famous American poems ever.
The raven in this poem symbolizes the narrator's wife, Lenore, who died. It also represents demons and ill-omens.
Bust of PallasEdit
The bust, or sculpture, of Pallas means that the raven speaks from wisdom. Pallas is the Goddess of Wisdom.
The chamber in which the narrator lives symbolizes the narrator's loneliness and sorrow for the passing of Lenore.
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