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Which of these statements expresses a central theme of “The Raven”? a. Loss of love causes a person to become bitter. b. Belief in superstition can be dangerous. c. Grief has no effect on
people. d. Isolation can lead to madness.
d. Isolation can lead to madness expresses a central theme of “The Raven”. [smile]
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