Monday, March 25, 2019
Comparison of Edgar Allan Poes Annabel Lee and The Raven :: compare/contrast compare
Comparing Edgar Allan Poes Annabel lee perspective and The RavenEdgar Allan Poes view on poetry is that all poems must be a rhythmical mental home of beauty. In his eyes, melancholy and sadness is beautful. He thinks that the death of a unsalted beautiful wo manhood is itself full of beauty. In two Annabel Lee and The Raven, Poe writes about this so-called beauty.In Annabel Lee, a young man is mourning the death of a beautiful young lady. thus far though the woman had died quite some time ago, the man is salvage in melancholy. He misses her terribly and constantly thinks of how she was she was tragically taken from him by the angels who were jealous of their spot, and by her family who didnt think the he himself was capable of bringing her to her last(a) resting place. He loved Annabel Lee more than anyother human can love another. The following quote tells the reader how much he loves her and shows that he would do anything for her, even if that means sleeping by her tomb, each and every night. And so, all the night-tide, I lie down by the side of my darling, my life and my bride, in her sepulchre there by the sea, in her tomb by the side of the sea.In The Raven, a man, most likely older than the man in Annabel Lee, mourns the death of his love whom he called Lenore. Lenore, like Annabel Lee, had died some(prenominal) years earlier. In The Raven, man hears tapping on his chamber admission and sees the curtains slowly swaying. He believes that it can be no other than Lenore. alas for him though, it is only but a bird. A large, black bird cognize as the Raven. Although the men in these two stories are similar because they both mourn for their loved ones, they are also different.