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What is the main idea of 'The Raven' by Edgar Allan Poe?

The raven haunts the man while being awfully depressed by his long lost love.

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    Who is depressed? The raven or the man?

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    The raven.

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    I think you need to re-read the poem. Read it like a story, not a poem. Don't stop at the end of each line.

    Try to summarize it one stanza at a time.

    Let us know how you understand it.

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