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Poe most likely chose to use repetition in the poem "The Raven" to create what type of mood? A. Dark B. Ecstatic C. Frantic D. Insane
Poe most likely chose to use repetition in the poem "The Raven" to create insane mood. - Poe introduced a "rapping" (Macdonald 77) that drove the man crazy as he desired to see his beloved again. [ Soon, Poe intensified the insanity of the character with the raven, by making the man believe the raven was actually answering his questions. As the protagonist believed the monotonous raven, he
grew more frustrated and saddened at the reality that he would never see his beloved again. ]
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User: Poe most likely chose to use repetition in the poem "The Raven" to create what type of mood? A. Dark B. Ecstatic C. Frantic D. Insane

Weegy: Poe most likely chose to use repetition in the poem "The Raven" to create insane mood. - Poe introduced a "rapping" (Macdonald 77) that drove the man crazy as he desired to see his beloved again. [ Soon, Poe intensified the insanity of the character with the raven, by making the man believe the raven was actually answering his questions. As the protagonist believed the monotonous raven, he grew more frustrated and saddened at the reality that he would never see his beloved again. ]
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User: The following line from "The Raven" contains an example of what type of imagery? "Suddenly there came a tapping,/As of some one gently rapping, rapping at my chamber door" A. Sight B. Smell C. Sound D. Taste

Weegy: The following line from ""The Raven"" contains an example of Auditory imagery.
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User: Foreshadowing is a technique used by authors to describe an important part of the "back story." True False





Weegy: The answer is False.
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