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Part 1: Poem Structure
"Annbel lee" by edgar allen poe

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In this part, you will analyze the structure of the poem. Please fill out the following.



Title of Poem:Annabel lee

Poet: Edgar allen poe

Theme: potrait

Type of Poem:Narrative poetry


Style of Verse: free verse

Number of Stanzas: 6

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    That's right, except for theme i put love because he described about how it made him happy and he loved her so much he laid next to her corpse.

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